Nevada Market Overview

Las Vegas demonstrates a continued interest from retail clients looking for usage-based pricing models. Of its client base, Switch reports that nearly 40.0 percent are interested in small deployments that come with common retail services.  EdgeCore announced a location in the Tahoe/Reno market with plans to develop, growing the mix of providers within the market.



3330 East Lone Mountain Road

With a data center footprint exceeding 111,000 square feet, the Las Vegas - North data center features N+1 power and cooling redundancy as well as premium connectivity. Offering 9MW of power in this tier III facility. 


302 East Carson Avenue, Suite 370

With a data center footprint exceeding 33,000 square feet, the Las Vegas - Downtown data center complex offers ample colocation and connectivity services for any business. It features proprietary, highly efficient cooling systems with a capacity of 1,288 kW, as well as 2N UPS redundancy. 

Switch - The Citadel Campus

1 Superloop Circle

Switch recently broke ground on a new expansion for their Core Campus in Las Vegas.  The expansion will add 1.1 million square feet and 115 MWs, bringing the total for the campus to 4.6 million square feet and 545 MWs of total power capacity.

EdgeConneX LAS01

1541 Pama Lane

The Las Vegas EdgeConneX Edge Data Center® has been purpose-built and precisely located in order to provide a secure colocation facility for customers wishing to deliver content and applications to local-market consumers, with the lowest possible latency.

Switch - The Core Campus

7135 S Decatur Blvd

Switch continues to slowly expand within their Core Campus in Las Vegas. They currently have 20 MW under construction and plans to keep expanding an additional 115 MW in the future.

New Developments

EdgeCore RE01

3000 NV-439

EdgeCore’s Reno Data Center Campus is planned to support 225 MW of critical load across one million square feet of new, state-of-the-art data centers.


Provider favorability

  • Pricing in Las Vegas/Reno is favorable for providers due to limited options for the end-user. With Switch being the dominant provider in the market, they have been able to control their rates due to lack of competition.

Cost of Power

  • Low cost of power compared to California. Multiple opportunities for renewable energy, mostly in solar and wind.

Las Vegas/Nevada Market Overview


15 wholesale and retail colocation data centers are located in Las Vegas/Reno.

The average transaction size in Las Vegas/Reno: 500 kW to 1 MW

40 MW of supply is under construction and 160 MW are planned.

End-user favorability

  • Multiple long-haul routes connecting Las Vegas to California and the Midwest
  • High quality end users such as PayPal, Shutterfly, eBay, and Blizzard,
  • Proximity to California and lower cost of doing business
  • Diverse fuel mix including many renewable energy resources
  • Ranked in the top 10 for low catastrophic and natural disaster risk

Nevada Taxes

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