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Novva Data Centers Acquires Co Springs Campus

Novva Data Centers Acquires Colorado Springs Campus in $38.5M Deal

Looking to extend its reach into the western market, Novva Data Centers has acquired a new facility in Colorado Springs, CO. Novva’s focus on the west, particularly Colorado Springs, is no coincidence. The area is currently experiencing a large shift away from coal towards solar energy, offering reliable, inexpensive, and, most importantly, sustainable power. This made the area an attractive one for Novva to place its first facility in the state.

“We are really excited to move into the Colorado market,” says Wes Swenson, CEO of Novva Data Centers. “Our mission at Novva is to serve the Western United States, providing high capacity data center services to the area and our customers. This facility will be a great addition to our portfolio and we look forward to further growth in these markets.”

Plans to further improve the already impressive 190k Square foot, Tier 3+ location include a shift to 100% renewable energy and waterless cooling at the site. These changes in sustainable power combined with the existing fiber and internet capabilities of the city are sure to skyrocket the facility into an operation comparable to most Tier 1 facilities. 

In addition to this Colorado Springs acquisition, Novva Data Centers is also opening a 1.5 million square foot data center in Utah, which also features the same waterless cooling system. This eco-friendly cooling system isn’t the only futuristic component of the Utah center. Novva has pulled out all the stops including drone and robot dog facility monitoring in an effort to provide the best modern-day experience for its customers, truly leading the way for data center evolution.   

Novva will host a ribbon-cutting event for the Salt Lake City facility on September 21st from 5-8pm. To register for the event, click here.

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