NAP of Virginia Beach
Virginia Beach, USA
NAP of Virginia Beach™
NAP of Virginia Beach™ is a carrier neutral Data Center and Cable Landing Station Campus situated on 10.7 acres in Virginia Beach, VA. Located directly across the street from MAREA and BRUSA, the NAP of Virginia Beach™ is bringing enterprise class data center infrastructure to Virginia Beach in Summer 2020.
- Virginia Beach’s enterprise-class data center and cable landing station campus.
- Directly across the street from the fastest subsea cables in the world: MAREA and BRUSA.
- Building constructed at 15 ft. above sea level and to withstand 200 mph winds (FEMA Wind Zone III).
- Campus has a total critical power load of 9.6MW.
- Carrier neutral dark fiber and high capacity lit service options.
- Building One will open in Summer 2020.
Industry Leading Structural Design
- Each facility will have 20,000 sq. ft. of white space along with the ability to lease up to 7,000 sq. ft. of Class A office space.
- Capable of housing 8+ subsea cables with wet plant rooms designed to house SLTE and PFE equipment.
- Diverse connectivity to MAREA & BRUSA via 2 x 432 fiber conduit routes.
- Closed manifold cooling system that process saltwater air so saltwater’s corrosive effects won’t enter the facilities.
- Built at 15 ft. above sea level and to withstand 200mph winds.
Subsea Cables in Virginia Beach
- One simple cross connect away from three continents.
- Offers the lowest latency and closest proximity to the MAREA and BRUSA subsea cables.
- Uniquely located less than 7 miles from 2 submarine cable landing zones: Camp Pendleton and Sandbridge.
- Dark fiber and high capacity lit services to Ashburn, VA, Washington, D.C., Henrico, VA, Boydton, VA, Columbus, OH, and the North Carolina corridors.
- Diverse 2 x 24 conduit POE’s.
Reliable Power Design
- Current capacity provided by Dominion Energy already exceeds the facilities critical power load of 9.6MW.
- Redundant power from two 34.5kV distribution feeds: one coming from London Bridge Substation and one coming from Pendleton Substation.
- N+1 concurrent redundant power to each rack.
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Sales Director, Virginia Beach
“PointOne is further validation that Virginia Beach is a viable technology-centric community that is gaining international attention,” said Ben Davenport, Virginia Beach City Council. “We welcome this addition to our emerging data center market, and we appreciate its significant investment in Corporate Landing Business Park.”