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Three of the 60+ CenturyLink data centres around the globe are located in Denver, Colorado.

Within more than 225,713 sq/ft of combined space, these Denver colocation facilities accelerate business performance through traditional colocation solutions augmented by a hybrid suite of cloud and managed services.

These enterprise-class, network-diverse Denver data centres are engineered to meet the demands of enterprise customers. Designed to the highest levels of flexibility, connectivity, security and power, these facilities are designed to N+1 redundancy and supported by stringent critical systems infrastructure, powerful cross connects and rigorous multi-tier security measures. Together, the Denver data centres empower companies to expand simply and securely.

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DN1: Highlands Ranch, CO 

Space: 84,053   Power: 21.9 MW

Tech Specs

DN1: Highlands Ranch     Space: 84,053     Power: 21.9 MW

Real Estate Summary

  • Located near Denver International Airport; 40 minutes from Denver, CO
  • One story building
  • Total building interior (sf) = 84,053
  • Raised floor (inches) = 24 to 42

Electrical Summary

  • Xcel Energy provides power feeds
  • Power density minimum (W/sf) = 150
  • Generator configuration = N + 1
  • Total Power Capacity = 21.9 MW
  • Minimum two fuel replenishing companies

Fire Detection and Suppression Summary

  • VESDA provides early warning detection
  • Pre-Action system utilizes two detection methods; one ionized and one photo electric detector interlocked with the dry pipe sprinkler system 

Mechanical Summary

  • Cooling system configuration = N +1
  • CenturyLink manages temperature and humidity to strict ASHRAE standard

DN2: Highlands Ranch, CO 

Space: 56,000 sf   Power: 21.9 MW

Tech Specs

DN2: Highlands Ranch     Space: 56,000 sf     Power: 21.9 MW

Real Estate Summary

  • Located near Denver International Airport; 40 minutes from Denver, CO
  • One story building
  • Total building interior(sf) = 56,000
  • Raised floor (inches) = 24

Electrical Summary

  • Xcel Energy provides power feeds
  • Power density minimum (W/sf) = 150
  • Generator configuration = N + 1
  • Total Power Capacity = 21.9 MW
  • Minimum two fuel replenishing companies

Fire Detection and Suppression Summary

  • VESDA provides early warning detection
  • Pre-Action system utilizes two detection methods; one ionized and one photo electric detector interlocked with the dry pipe sprinkler system

Mechanical Summary

  • Cooling system configuration = N + 1
  • CenturyLink manages temperature and humidity to strict ASHRAE standard

DN3: Englewood, CO

Space: 85,660 sf   Power: 7.2 MW

Tech Specs

DN3: Englewood     Space: 85,660 sf     Power: 7.2 MW

Real Estate Summary

  • Located near Denver International Airport; 25 minutes from Denver, CO
  • One story building
  • Total building interior (sf) = 85,660
  • Raised floor (inches) = 24

Electrical Summary

  • Xcel Energy provides power feeds
  • Power density minimum (W/sf) = 150
  • Generator configuration = N + 1
  • Total Power Capacity = 7.2 MW
  • Minimum two fuel replenishing companies

Fire Detection and Suppression Summary

  • VESDA provides early warning detection
  • Pre-Action system utilizes two detection methods; one ionized and one photo electric detector interlocked with the dry pipe sprinkler system 

Mechanical Summary

  • Cooling system configuration = N + 1
  • CenturyLink manages temperature and humidity to strict ASHRAE standard

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