Netrality Knows Why Kansas Continues To Be A Magnet for Data Center Development

Source: David Chernicoff, Data Center Frontier

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Article Abstract

Netrality Data Centers has unveiled its new facility, KC2-7801 Nieman in Shawnee, Kansas, emphasizing sustainability and high-density computing. The connection to Netrality’s core interconnection hub, 1102 Grand in Kansas City, Missouri, via dark fiber, offers sub-one-millisecond latency for rapid data transfer. The facility supports sectors like healthcare, finance, and technology. With 5 MW of initial critical power and scalable up to 12 MW, the KC2-7801 features four data halls, N+1 power redundancy, and advanced security measures. Kansas’ low energy costs, renewable power generation, and minimal natural disaster risks make it an ideal location, further attracting investments from tech giants like Meta and Google.

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About Netrality Data Centers
Netrality Data Centers owns and operates strategic interconnection data centers and Meet Me Rooms, providing a mix of colocation, powered shell, and wholesale data center solutions driven by fiber-dense, network-rich interconnection environments. Today, Netrality’s eighteen properties span 3.3 million square feet and over 100 megawatts of capacity across North America.

Well-capitalized with a long-term investment from Macquarie Asset Management, Netrality is the largest privately held owner-operator of core interconnection facilities in the United States. Netrality acquires strategically located core network interconnection data centers that provide best in market network resiliency, ensuring always-on connectivity for latency-sensitive and mission-critical businesses.  For more information: www.netrality.comLinkedInTwitter.

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