H5 Data Centers' Charlotte Data Center Offers one of the Lowest Total Costs of Ownership (TCO) on the East Coast

H5 Data Centers' North Carolina data center campus is a 207,000 SF mixed-use facility on 28 acres located at 10105 David Taylor Drive in Charlotte's University Research Park (URP) area. The Charlotte data center is ideal for content companies, enterprises, and cloud service providers seeking the benefits of a cost-effective and secure East Coast point of presence. At our North Carolina data center, H5 Data Centers can provide access to a powered shell or full build-to-suit data center, which allows customization and data center tier architecture based on the required uptime of the networking, compute and storage requirements.

In addition to the existing 207,000 built square footage, H5 Data Centers owns an adjacent six-plus (6+) acres where it can develop a 200,000 square-foot data center with up to 20 critical MWs. With access to numerous metro fiber providers, a central location within Charlotte's URP data center cluster, and access to low-cost and reliable power from Duke Energy, H5 Data Centers' Charlotte data center offers a compelling opportunity for companies in search of a wholesale North Carolina data center.

Unique aspects of the Charlotte data center include:


The Charlotte data center is a purpose-built data center facility that is served by Duke Energy's reliable electrical grid.

Electrical and mechanical highlights include:


The Charlotte data center is equipped with secure access systems and digital security cameras.

The Charlotte data center offers the following security benefits:


The North Carolina data center boasts access directly to the key metro fiber providers that serve the Charlotte metropolitan area. H5 Data Centers can offer carrier-neutral data center and meet-me room services, providing customers with access to a variety of regional, national and international telecommunications carriers and fiber providers. With its carrier partners, H5 Data Centers serves a growing community of enterprises, content delivery networks (CDNs) and cloud service providers seeking to improve their mission critical operations. Carriers access the Charlotte data center campus via multiple, diverse manholes. H5 Data Centers' North Carolina data center is also nearby a Wells Fargo data center, which speaks to the area's robust fiber and electrical infrastructure.

Highlights of H5 Data Centers' Charlotte data center include:
AT&T Contrerra Google Fiber
CenturyLink Level (3) Spectrum
In addition, Lumos, MCNC and Windstream have nearby metro fiber to the North Carolina data center campus.


Charlotte lies between the major data center hubs of Ashburn and Atlanta. Accordingly, it has excellent access to long haul fiber routes and distribution paths to much of the East Coast's population. H5 Data Centers' experts can support mission-critical IT infrastructure requirements by constructing, managing and maintaining the mechanical and electrical infrastructure required for state-of-the-art IT environments. The Charlotte data center can provide industry-leading energy efficiency and enhanced physical security. Customers that choose H5 Data Centers, trust us to protect their most important digital assets more reliably and efficiently.

H5 Data Centers' North Carolina data center product offering includes: