NTT, a world-leading IT infrastructure and services company, has announced a purchase of land in Prince William County, Gainesville, Virginia, to build a new, large-scale data center campus with a planned 336MW of data center capacity.
This new campus is a strategic addition to a rapidly expanding portfolio and extends NTT Global Data Centers’ substantial presence in Northern Virginia.
It is also part of an on-going global expansion for NTT, with plans to increase data center operations to more than 1,000MW in over 20 countries and regions by the end of 2022.
The new 103-acre campus will be built off John Marshall Highway in Prince William County, with plans for the first two-story building to be open in the second quarter of 2024.
The campus will become NTT’s largest single campus in North America, with initial design plans delivering four large-scale buildings offering more than two million square feet of space.
The design will also offer dedicated self-contained areas for large-footprint deployments to support hyperscale clients.
“The purchase of land in Prince William County is part of a diversified strategy as we look to expand into new and important areas of growth. The development of our new campus in Virginia will be one of 14 on-going projects taking place across the globe,” said Masaaki Moribayashi, President and Board Director, NTT.Click below to share this article