Denver has many factors make it a great location for data centers.
- Low Disaster Risk.The area has a low propensity for natural disasters such as earthquakes, tornadoes and floods. It also has a highly-educated labor force that allows companies to hire skilled technical workers.
- Ideal Climate. Denver’s mountain climate provides up to 8,000 hours of free, environmental cooling per year. Except in the hottest summer days, data centers can easily cool their facilities by pumping outside air into the building, which greatly offsets the need for massive amounts of power to cool the facilities, providing a lower TCO for tenants.
- Quality Connectivity Options. Denver is home to a number of prominent carriers with quality fiber and Internet, increasing connectivity options and to reducing latency.