H5's Charlotte data center is located at 10105 David Taylor Drive in Charlotte's University Research Park (URP), a prominent center for technology innovation.
The initial Charlotte data center - a 60,000 SF data center powered shell and 147,000 SF office building situated on 28 acres - is currently fully leased to Peak 10 and several large enterprises. However, the adjacent land owned by H5 is ideal for a 50,000-100,000 SF build-to-suit. 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's Charlotte data center offers a compelling opportunity for companies in search of a wholesale North Carolina data center.
Carriers access the data center campus via multiple, diverse manholes adjacent to the data center. H5's North Carolina data center is proximate to a Wells Fargo data center and several metro fiber providers, providing a robust and affordable communications architecture. Examples of accessible carriers at H5's North Carolina Data Center include the following.
Data center and remote hands services are provided by a dedicated team of experienced technicians, including licensed on-site electricians, remote hands technical staff, air-conditioning, and diesel maintenance engineers.