Augusta, Georgia, although widely known for world-class golf, is also a nexus of highly-trained personnel with secret, top-secret, ICD 705, and other three-letter government clearances. A new data center development coming to Augusta will further solidify the city on the cybersecurity map and enhance the nation’s ability to defend itself against cybersecurity threats.
Internationally recognized full lifecycle service provider, T5 Data Centers (T5) announced its new 200 MW T5@Augusta data center campus and secure office space development that will reside on 140 acres. Ideal for government and enterprise organizations, this new cloud data center campus is in the heart of the Southeast’s cybersecurity hub. It will also offer access to 16 carriers and low latency connectivity to existing federal cloud zones.
The property is immediately adjacent to Fort Gordon and the U.S. Army’s Cyber Command Headquarters and is ideal for secure federal hyperscale or government-contracted enterprise businesses and builds on the cluster for advanced cybersecurity initiatives based in Augusta.
“The vast, premium location of this property makes it ideal for federal cloud space and government contractors, with access to a large labor force with required security clearances, access to lit, dark, and black fiber, and any necessary physical security measures. In addition, our clients get a business-friendly and stable tax environment, with 100% sales tax abatement on IT purchases, property tax rebates, and low-cost, reliable power.” – Pete Marin, T5 CEO
With a proven development team coupled with T5’s lifecycle services platform, customers have options for customized build-to-suit, wholesale turnkey or powered shell data centers, critical facility construction, and ongoing facility management and operations services.