FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES:


Building Type:
We are building a 133,000-sf data center and office building

Funding:
Seeking: $84M

Use of Proceeds:

  1. Purchase land
  2. Development
  3. Design
  4. Construction
  5. Marketing

Gross Revenue Forecast:

  1. 1st year: $148M
  2. 2nd year: $153M
  3. 3rd year: $205M
  4. 4th year: $232M
  5. 5th year: $282M

EBITDA: $151M

Competitive Advantage:

  1. Very low power cost
  2. Location
  3. Sales tax exemption
  4. Green power
  5. Green building
  6. On site IT managed services

COLOCATION DATA CENTERS OPPORTUNITY

Our initial objective is to raise approximately $84 million in equity or debt to build the first in a series of  data centers throughout the United States. Each center will begin with five 10,000 sq. ft. structures to house colocation/ data centers and cloud capabilities. Each center is expandable to 350,000 sf. ft.  The investment or debt will be spread over five (5) quarters which are the time necessary to design and build the facility.

Product and Specifications
ABC provides mission critical data center facilities that protect and ensure the continued operation of information technology (“IT”) infrastructure. We develop purpose-built facilities with redundant power, cooling and fiber that are not network specific, enabling customer interconnectivity to a range of telecommunications carriers. We intend to build a scalable carrier neutral retail/wholesale data center business in the United States and ultimately abroad. We anticipate developing up to 30 megawatts (MW) per year per 100,000 square feet of white space/data center space.

Market Size
The Growth of the Colocation Industry by 2020 - The data center colocation market size will grow from USD 25.70 Billion in 2015 to USD 54.13 Billion by 2020, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16.1%. Increasing adoption of cloud computing has led the organizations to upgrade to the upcoming technological solutions, such as modular data center infrastructure and virtualization for data center. This acts as a primary driving factor for the market as colocation initiatives helps companies to reduce costs and support cloud computing and storage. Other driving forces include reduction of capital expenditure (Capex), reliability, efficiency, and security; and bandwidth scalability.

Management Team

The CEO, CDCDP & MCE, has earned his Certified as a Data Center Design Professional, & Mission Critical Expert: Data Center Power, Data Center Cooling, Data Center Efficiency, Data Center Management, Certified Data Center Design and plus has his certification as a Mission Critical Expert and today is working on his Department of Energy data center certification. The CEO is the only person in the country that will have all three certifications. The CEO has been designing and building data center and colocation facilities for over 25 years.

The COO has over 20 years of data center development work. He was integral in developing ISP services while at Bell Labs when working with Deutsche Telecom and NTT. He was directly involved in the build out of the data center supporting Smart Car in Hambach, France (Smartville) to support failover and data continuity services between Hambach, Biel, Switzerland, and Renningen, Germany. His most recent engagement was at a large hospital system where he led the design and build of multiple data centers supporting the hospital system’s most critical applications.  The COO earned a BA from Utah State University and an MPA from Troy University.

Competitive Landscape
There are several colocation and data center providers.  Some provide data center space, some are limited to providing servers, some provide shared servers, database clusters, and network resources.  ABC is unique because we offer low power pricing, full services (storage, database services, Cyber-Security services, remote hands, and full monitoring of hardware and software), and we are a Green Data Center.

Financial Highlights

  Year 1  Year 2  Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Gross Income $157,317,750 $174,716,156 $227,573,250 $255,963,750 $307,026,000
Operational and Building Expenses $5,686,384 $6,184,806 $6,810,402 $7,370,509 $8,120,585
Working Capital $3,400,000 $3,560,000 $4,094,000 $4,740,800 $5,198,080
Capital Improvements $0 $11,000,000 $11,000,000 $11,000,000 $11,000,000
Total Expenses (Including Working Capital and Capital Improvements) $9,086,384 $20,744,806 $21,904,402 $23,111,309$24,318,665
Net Operating Income $148,231,366 $153,971,351 $205,668,848 $232,852,441 $282,707,335