“New Albany’s leadership is business- minded, from their investment in technology to their willingness to listen to the companies in the city. Any growing business wants to be part of a thriving community that’s attracting the best companies in the world. it opens doors for collaborations, ensures proper investments into infrastructure, and helps get your name out there on a broader scale.”
– Dan Snyder, CEO
Data centers and mission-critical facilities must meet specific criteria for site selection that optimizes security, reliability, redundancy and performance. After nationwide searches, multiple Fortune 500 companies chose The New Albany International Business Park for these essential facilities.
The Business Park has the capacity to support data centers and mission critical facilities of 5 to 500 acres with power demands of 1 to 500 megawatts. With redundant electric power through multiple underground lines from separate substations and a self-healing, diverse path, 96-strand fiber optics network, companies in this campus can operate instantly and without fear of power interruptions.