The data centre is the first of several approved facilities on the 38-acre Prime campus. The facility has a 50MVA sub-station on-site, and the ability to add another 100MVA.
Prime offers complete solutions for colocation powered shell, and a joint venture structure enabling the customer to own the real estate they occupy.
The company revealed that it chose Sacramento because it is a smart alternative for San Francisco Bay Area companies.
“Sacramento is the perfect location for backup and Disaster Recovery replication with minimal transmission-induced latency. Unlike locations along major fault lines in Oregon and Nevada, Sacramento sits in a seismically inert region,” said the company in a written statement.
The company added that the partnership with the Sacramento Municipal Utilities District (SMUD) offers its prospective tenants green power options on the West coast.
The McClellan Business Park offers pricing and tax advantages, forecasting pricing that is ~20% lower than the competition.