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US Data Center employs autonomous aerial drones and robotic dogs

by Pieter Werner

Novva Data Centers has announced the opening of a new data center in Storey County, Nevada in late 2024. The 20-acre campus will be located in the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center, one of the largest industrial parks in the world, near major tech firms such as Apple, Google, and Tesla. The facility will feature several robots for monitoring, including autonomous aerial drone security and robotic dogs.

Novva Tahoe Reno will become Novva’s fourth location alongside existing facilities in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and West Jordan, Utah, as well as a soon-to-be-opened data center in North Las Vegas, Nevada. The facility’s proximity to major western cities, the airport, a qualified workforce, competitive property tax rates, and a business-friendly tax climate make Storey County’s Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center an attractive location for major enterprises.

The Novva Tahoe Reno data center will offer 300,000 square feet of space with 54″ raised flooring, six 10MW data halls, and a dedicated on-site 100MW N+1 substation that can accommodate high-density deployments. The facility will seek local renewable energy credits and use a recyclable polypropylene chilled water pipe to reduce water demand from nearby Lake Tahoe and the Truckee River. The office will also employ radiant cooling and heating, LED lighting with automatic off sensors, and drought-resistant landscaping.

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