The North US Green Data Center and Cloud Provider continue to grow. With growing concerns about energy, the environment, and sustainability, Data Center providers, SMBs, and enterprises need to manage their power usage and offer alternatives.

The common pain point among all these organizations is the lack of accurate information about the green/sustainable cloud providers. 

North US Green Datacenter

Green Data Center is a leading provider of green data center colocation and managed services in the North American region.

With more than 5,000 square feet of raised floor space, our facilities feature access to over 40 carrier-neutral providers, 100 percent power redundancy, and extensive security infrastructure.

Our facilities are also designed to meet the most stringent industry certifications, including SAS 70 Type II, SSAE 16 SOC 1/SOC 2 Type II, PCI DSS Level 1, and FISMA Moderate.

Green Datacenter in North America has been designed and developed according to the highest standards of quality and reliability and is located in North America, with a capacity of up to 10 MW.

It is a green data center that uses renewable energy sources as its primary energy source. The energy for this data center comes from solar panels installed on the roof of the building, as well as from wind turbines located next to the building.

In order to reduce energy consumption, these renewable sources produce heat that is used for heating and cooling purposes.

Google Data Center

Google has built a data center in North America that is powered entirely by renewable energy.

The facility, located in Council Bluffs, Iowa, is a part of Google’s Project Sunroof, an effort to build energy-efficient data centers. The company said it has been working with MidAmerican Energy on the project since 2015.

Google’s data center in The Dalles, Oregon, is the first in the Pacific Northwest and one of the company’s largest.

Google built a data center on a 400-acre site where a flood control dam once stood. Google opened its data center in 2011 and built it from the ground up to support its cloud services such as Gmail, YouTube, and Google Maps.

The location was ideal for Google because it had access to hydroelectric power, cooling water from the Columbia River, and cheap land.

Google invested $1 billion into the facility, which includes three main buildings that house servers and other equipment. With this expansion, Google has been able to meet growing demands for its services. 

Microsoft Azure

The Microsoft Azure data center in North America is located in Silicon Valley, California, and supports servers that are used to support both the West and East Coast Azure regions.

The Silicon Valley data center has been operational since 2011 and was designed to meet the highest standards for performance, security, and reliability. It is one of the largest cloud computing facilities in the world with over 1 million square feet of building space.

IBM Cloud

IBM Cloud is the world’s leading enterprise cloud solution, offering an open, flexible, and secure platform for businesses. With IBM Cloud, you have access to a world-class portfolio of cloud solutions that can help you transform your business and deliver exceptional customer experiences.

IBM’s data center in Piscataway, New Jersey, is 60 miles from New York City and 50 miles from Newark Liberty International Airport. 

Oracle Cloud

Oracle Cloud Platform is built with industry-leading availability, performance, and security, on a global infrastructure. Oracle Cloud data center locations in North America and the number of computing, storage, and database units supported by each data center.


  • Oracle Cloud data center located in North America
  • Arizona, US – Oracle Cloud has a physical presence in Phoenix, AZ.
  • Colorado, US – Oracle Cloud has a physical presence in Denver, CO.
  • California, US – Oracle Cloud has a physical presence in San Jose and Sacramento.
  • Connecticut, US – Oracle Cloud has a physical presence in Hartford and New Haven.
  • District of Columbia (DC), US – Oracle Cloud has a physical presence in Washington DC.
  • Florida, US – Oracle Cloud has a physical presence in Miami and Orlando
  • Georgia, US – Oracle Cloud has a physical presence in Atlanta, GA.

Hosting capacity:

  • US East – 7,500+ units
  • US West – 7,500+ units
  • Canada – 7,500+ units

Digital Realty

Digital Realty International is a global leader in the design, development, and operation of highly secure, mission-critical data centers.

The company also provides colocation, interconnection, managed services, and cloud solutions. Digital Realty has more than 200 data center and interconnection facilities across the United States, Europe, and the Asia Pacific.

The following is a list of Digital Realty’s data centers in North America:

  • Atlanta – Atlanta Data Center – Franklin Road
  • Chicago – Chicago Data Center – West Lake Building
  • Denver – Denver Data Center – Tower East Building
  • Los Angeles – Los Angeles Data Center – Wilshire Boulevard Building
  • Miami – Miami Data Center – Brickell Avenue Building

Vantage Data Centers

Vantage Data Centers is a premier provider of secure, high-density data center facility solutions in North America.

Vantage Data Centers is headquartered in Houston, Texas, with additional locations in Atlanta (Georgia), Los Angeles (California), Denver (Colorado), Dallas (Texas), New York City (New York), and Toronto (Ontario).

Vantage currently owns and operates five carrier-neutral data centers with a total capacity of over 1.5 million square feet across North America. The company’s network can support all major carriers including AT&T, CenturyLink, Level 3, TeliaSonera, Verizon Business, and Zayo.

Gartner, Inc. has named Vantage Data Centers a leader in the Magic Quadrant for U.S. Managed Hosting Providers.

Vantage Data Centers has over 65,000 square feet of availability across two interconnected data centers, which are connected through an extensive fiber connection.


With the number of Green Data Centers, their capacity, and the Carbon Foot Print all growing it’s safe to say that Green Data Centers are a fundamental part of the Digital Data Industry.

Some North US Data Centers already make expansion to Indonesia because they have good prospects and opportunities.

We are looking for more green centers that are located in North America. You can read the latest Green Data Center Case Study for your investment consideration.

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