- Up to 70 percent of the world’s internet traffic flows through Loudoun’s data centers each day.
- Loudoun is home to more than 75 data centers with over 3,000 technology companies housed within.
- Ten million square feet of data centers are currently operational or under development.
- Available incentives include a 6 percent sales and use tax exemption on servers, generators, chillers and server-related equipment.
Loudoun County’s “Data Center Alley” is the world’s largest concentration of data centers, with nearly ten million square feet currently in operation and another three million square feet being planned or developed.
More than 70 percent of the world’s internet traffic passes through Loudoun’s digital infrastructure, making us a key player in the world’s technology economy. Read more about data centers’ impact in the Data Center Study.
Fast and Easy.
Loudoun’s Fast-Track Commercial Incentive Program allows data center operators to get to market in record time. Our experience as a premier data center location provides and unparalleled level of confidence in the process. As one CEO recently said, “Projects here are completely proactive and collaborative in a way that gives you confidence in your investment.”
Power and the People.
Affordable and reliable power is vital to successful data center operations.The typical power rate paid by Loudoun data centers is 28 percent below the U.S. average. Loudoun also offers a best-in-class high-tech workforce that is well-educated and highly skilled. Over 60 percent of our workforce has a bachelor’s degree or higher.
We’ve done the heavy lifting. Loudoun is ready for you. Are you ready for Loudoun?
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