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Data Centers

Data to Power Your Life

Our Data Centers division is the largest and fastest-growing offering in our company.

For the last two decades, Sabey Data Centers has been the fastest growing arm of the Sabey portfolio. Our data centers, spread across the country, have helped meet the unique and complex infrastructure requirements of some of the country’s foremost hyperscale and enterprise organizations.

Nationwide Locations

With over 3.5 million square feet of data center built, lease and operated (and much more planned), Sabey Data Centers campuses are strategically located across key markets in the US. Our focus is providing consistent, sustainable, low-cost power while improving environmental performance and boosting economic strength in the regions where we operate.

Flexibility to meet your unique needs

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Our data centers have access to diverse fiber routes with proximity to the nation’s most vital internet exchanges. We maintain carrier neutrality, offering tenants connections to local providers as well as the major carriers.

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Our policy is “Uptime All the Time”. We practice n+1 redundancy in all our operations and have a strictly regulated operational standard. Your investment in your data center is our primary concern.

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Our modular data center design allows for us to be flexible with your build out. You can rest assured that if you need to scale up your operations and increase the scope of your critical infrastructure, we’ll be here to facilitate that.


The Importance of Building & Operating “Green” Data Centers 

Sabey Data Centers is one of the largest privately-owned data centers in the US. As such, our industry-leading sustainability work didn’t happen by accident. By implementing a three scope plan, we’re able to ensure that we’re building and maintaining energy-efficient data centers so that we can reach our net-zero carbon emissions goal by 2029.  

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