Evocative Enters VA Data Center Market

The Michael Faraday building, located in the heart of Fairfax County, offers good fiber connectivity options, with more than 15 carriers to choose from.

Evocative has purchased data center operations in Reston, Va. from Lincoln Rackhouse, a division of Lincoln Property Co. It also signed a long-term lease with the option to purchase the facility. Located in one of the largest data center markets, the Michael Faraday building will be connected to the company’s facilities on the West Coast.

The facility was originally built in 1982 and received a full renovation in 2008. It is located at 1807 Michael Faraday Court and adds 25,000 square feet and 2.2 megawatts to Evocative’s existing facilities. The data center is expandable to 53,000 square feet and 5.7 megawatts and features 2N inertial UPS systems with diesel generator back-up, as well as 14 DX CRAC units which are concurrently maintainable…

Evocative Enters VA Data Center Market

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