At Switch, Adam develops and executes the company’s global public policy initiatives that drive its business and is part of the core leadership team that develops new campus locations. He leads a multi-faceted government and public affairs team that focuses on policy development surrounding environment and sustainability, energy policy, improving education, economic development, and technology. Prior to joining Switch, Adam was the Director of Entrepreneurship for the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce and before that, was an award-winning journalist in California and Florida.
The Core Campus located in Las Vegas, Nevada, will have a capacity of up to 3.5 million square feet of data center space and up to 430 MW of power upon completion. In February 2017, Switch opened its first data center on the campus, TAHOE RENO 1, which will be more than 1.3 million square feet (110,000 m2), have 130 MVA power capacity, and more than 83,000 tons of cooling capability, making it the largest data center campus in the world. This is the first of eight planned data centers to be built at TRIC. Switch’s Tier 5® Platinum facilities, combined with hyperscale purchasing power, makes Switch the highest-rated and most cost-effective colocation environment in the industry.
Operated with 100% green power, they provide data centre ecosystems at unparalleled low pricing:
• 4.9¢ per kWh, 100% green power
• 100% power uptime guarantee
• Up to 55kW per cabinet