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Prime Data Centers Announces New 33MW Data Center in LA Market

New Facility Provides Hyperscale and Large Enterprise Clients Proximity to Essential Interconnects

Roll out the red carpet! Prime Data Centers is expanding again – and this time in the highly sought-after Los Angeles market! Today, the data center developer and operator announced the launch of a new three-story, 261,000-square-foot data center in Vernon, California in close proximity to downtown LA. As part of the launch, Prime will also construct a 49.5MVA substation to serve the new site. Once complete, the new carrier-neutral facility will deliver up to 33MW of critical power to tenants, with power delivery provided by Vernon’s municipally owned and operated electric utility (VPU).  Located near the heart of downtown Los Angeles, the new facility affords unique opportunities for tenants to obtain wholesale dark fiber in volume to all five of the central interconnection hubs in downtown Los Angeles: One Wilshire, 600 W. Seventh Street, 530 W. Sixth Street, 900 N. Alameda, and 818 W. Seventh Street.

The new and exciting launch was announced today in the premiere livestream episode of Prime DC TV on LinkedIn Live and across all of Prime’s social media channels, available to watch here

“As our first data center development in southern California, this bolsters our strong presence across the rest of the state,” says Nicholas Laag, CEO and Founder of Prime Data Centers. “Los Angeles is a thriving global connectivity market, and our new hyperscale Vernon data center will be right in the middle of it all.” 

The new Prime Vernon facility, expected to be completed in as early as Q4 2023, will include dedicated office and storage and staging options and secure onsite parking. To learn more about Prime Data Centers’ Los Angeles market facility, click here.


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