DataBank completes lease buy-back for LAS1 data center in Las Vegas

DataBank, a leading provider of enterprise-class colocation, connectivity, and managed services, has completed the acquisition of 7185 Pollock Drive in Las Vegas, NV, its LAS1 data center.

DataBank’s LAS1 data center was recently expanded and now features 36,800 of raised square feet, 3.55MW of critical IT load power, and an interconnection hub that provides access to five onsite carriers and fiber built into the facility with redundant entry paths. The purchase of the LAS1 facility enables DataBank to further its strategy of owning and controlling the real estate beneath its data centers and controlling its future.

The Las Vegas market – with low sales taxes, no state income tax, and a fast-growing entertainment and technology sector – continues to experience high demand for mission-critical IT infrastructure. DataBank’s LAS1 data center will provide valuable capacity to meet the need for high-performance computing, enterprise and edge applications, and hyperscale workloads.

“DataBank’s investment in this property aligns with our strategy of owning the largest edge data center footprint in the U.S.,” said Raul K. Martynek, DataBank’s CEO. “By completing this purchase, DataBank is responding to Las Vegas’ need for colocation, connectivity, and cloud services, while solidifying our status as a prime location for mission-critical workloads serving the Las Vegas area.”

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