North America

Compass Datacenters serves essential locations across North America with continuous expansion plans to serve customer needs.

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Dallas – Fort Worth

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Compass serves the United States’ third-largest data center market via two campuses, with further expansion planned.

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Toronto’s position as Canada’s economic center, and robust telecommunications infrastructure, make it a Compass target for future expansion to provide capacity above what is currently delivered by our two area campuses.

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Montreal is currently home to two area campus locations with 100% green energy provided by HydroQuebec. As the second most populous city in Canada, serving a broad base of industries, Montreal is poised for future Compass campus growth.

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Northern Virginia

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Northern Virginia continues to be an essential market for the hyperscale community. Compass expansion plans for the area include multiple campus locations to complement our existing location in Loudoun County.

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As evidenced by our existing campus in the suburb of Goodyear, Compass has targeted Phoenix as a market for continued growth and expansion to meet the escalating demand for hyperscale capacity.

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Tulsa’s proximity to Dallas/Ft. Worth makes it an attractive option for companies in the DFW metroplex, as well as Tulsa’s established energy companies and burgeoning tech and media sectors. Compass’ Tulsa data center campus features three diverse fiber paths and HV-fed substations on a 5-acre parcel. 

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Minneapolis is home to a number of Fortune 500 companies and boasts the second largest economy in the Midwest. Thanks to numerous tax incentives, electric rates approximately 20% lower than the national average, and a cool climate, Minneapolis is an ideal location for Compass’ data center in suburban Shakopee.

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Nashville has become an economic hub in the Southeast, with leading firms in healthcare, banking and transportation industries, as well as a high concentration of institutes of higher education. Compass’ 14-acre Nashville data center campus is located in the nearby suburb of Franklin.

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Compass’ Raleigh data center campus is fully leased.

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Compass has built two customer-owned data centers in Columbus and has identified multiple sites for a new area campus.

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Customer-owned data center.