Originally posted on Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller

An illustration of the first phase of ther Skybox Legacy data center campus in the Legacy business park in Plano. (Image: Skybox Datacenters)

The booming Dallas data center market is about to welcome another new player. Skybox Datacenters, which operates a data center in Houston, has broken ground on a 21-acre campus in Plano, Texas, joining a growing number of new developments in the North Dallas market.

The first phase of the Skybox Legacy development will be a 150,000-square-foot, 20-megawatt data center slated for completion in October. The campus is located in Legacy, a 2,500 acre business park in Plano created by Ross Perot.

Designed by Corgan, Skybox Legacy One will be built to LEED Silver specifications and feature a six-inch concrete roof deck that can withstand winds of up to 190 mph. Power will be delivered from two separate dual-fed substations.

To read the full article, view it on the Data Center Frontier website here.

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