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Hunt Midwest celebrated the opening of its SubTropolis Technology Center (STC), an underground mission critical data center campus, at a ribbon-cutting and media event in Kansas City April 16, 2014. The opening coincided with LightEdge’s completion of the first phase of a 60,000 square-foot underground data center in STC. LightEdge is the anchor tenant of STC which is owned and operated by Hunt Midwest.

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Kansas City Power and Light offers substantial grid capacity and low kWh costs
Strategically located near multiple short and long haul carriers: AT&T, Verizon, Unite, Time Warner, Qwest and more
Security measures include: armed security, 24x7x365 patrols and monitoring, key card, gated barriers
Solid Limestone structure offers 6x the strength of concrete
Maximum flexibility for expansion - millions of square feet available.
 
 

SubTropolis Technology Center (STC) is a ground-level facility built inside solid limestone, offering security unmatched by any other data center facility. STC is located in Kansas City, which provides one of the lowest utility costs in the country and is ranked #2 in the United States for enterprise data center operating affordability. STC's data center solutions are reliable and flexible, offering maximum power and connectivity for your robust data center needs.

Expanding or needing data center space? STC has millions of square feet available for IT and raised floor area. The facility provides clients with data center space ranging from 5,000 - 100,000+ square feet with 16' clear ceiling heights throughout. The initial 100,000 s.f. can be built out in 20,000 s.f. modules. Click here to download our site plan.

 
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