Digital Realty built the global standard for technical real estate, developing a unique capability to acquire, manage, and scale data center campuses. Now, Digital Realty is building a unique ecosystem of open solutions that power customer growth through exceptional service on a foundation of unrivaled data center expertise.
Atlanta serves as a hub for transportation and global logistics, and is ranked 5th in overall employment nationally. It has also been named the nation’s 2nd most wired city, and as the most favorable U.S. city for data centers. Ranking in the top 10 as an “American City of the Future,” by FDI Magazine, Atlanta has a reputation as a well-tuned economic engine, and as one of the crown jewels of the Southeast.
Atlanta, 56 Marietta Street data centre (ATL1)
The Southeast’s largest concentration of telecommunications companies can be found at Digital Realty’s 56 Marietta Street data center facility. Atlanta is a major interconnection point between Florida and New York and Digital Realty’s downtown facility sits on top of most of this fiber. As a result, businesses have more choices for carrier-neutral interconnection, colocation and data center access from this location compared to any other in the region.
Digital Realty acquired this 160,000 sq.ft. interconnection and colocation facility in 2004 and today is the building’s interconnection area operator. ATL1 complies with or exceeds International Telecommunication Union (ITU) industry standards.
• 12 Levels with 2 Basements; 160,000 sq.ft.
Utility Power Capacity
• 9,500 (kW)
UPS Power Capacity
• 2,951 (kW)
• N+1, 2N
• 150-225 (W/sq.ft.)
Generator Power Capacity
• 9,400 (kW)
• N, N+1
• Concrete Deck with Raised Steel Platform
• Roof Rights Available – ICB
• Up to 185 (lbs/sq.ft.)
Fiber and Building Entry
• Mutiple Diverse Entrances
• 24×7 Onsite Security Personnel
• CCTV Camera Systems – 90 Day Retention
• Biometric and Photo Badge Access
• Man Trap into the Data Center Suites
• Elevator Authentication
• SOC2, SOC3, and HIPAA Compliant