(The Hosting News) – BAIS, Inc. recently announced it has completed the Phase II expansion of its Santa Clara Datacenter with an additional six (6) Megawatts of power to accommodate the high density requirements of its newest customer.
BAIS’ Co-location facility was built in 2009 and was awarded the Silicon Valley Power Energy Innovator Award for its energy efficient technologies, equipment and innovative economizer architecture. In May of 2010, BAIS built out the Phase II of its 83k sqft datacenter facility, which now has 10 Megawatts of critical backup power capacity served by two 9 MW 12KV feeders from Santa Clara Valley Power.
“BAIS is very proud to have been able to complete the development of its Phase II datacenter in such a short period and be able to accommodate the power and cooling requirements of this valued customer. BAIS was able to accomplish this increase in high density power, because the site was designed and architected to accommodate incremental growth.” said BAIS president and CEO, Tom Wye. “We have an additional 9 Megawatt 12KV feeder installed, which we will activate in our Phase III extension.”
“We also just completed our SAS70 Type II audit, which amplifies our commitment to excellence in customer service and continued effort to offer a world class facility with industry’s highest standard in operation and management to our customers.” continued Mr. Wye. “We will continue to keep our position as a premier Co-location service provider in Silicon Valley and offer our customers premium service and support.