Switch CEO and Founder, Rob Roy, saw the opportunity to create geographically-redundant data center facilities in Nevada’s economically-beneficial business environment. Clients can now deploy mission-critical infrastructure and workloads in the world’s largest active-active data center ecosystem, connected by the SUPERLOOP®. The Tahoe Reno and Las Vegas facilities are 7ms apart and tied into our private fiber network with super scalability.

The Switch SUPERLOOP® gives clients the advantages of a highly-available, fiber network in close vicinity to California’s technology industry, without high taxes, high cost of power, or the high risk of natural disasters.


The Switch SUPERLOOP® includes:

  • The world’s first Tier 5® Platinum data centers geographically separated over 500 miles, connected with a dedicated and diverse fiber network
  • Strategic location to California’s technology hubs – Silicon Valley and Los Angeles
  • One hour flight from most west coast client locations
  • Built in the lowest risk area from natural disasters in western United States
  • Low tax environment – significantly lowering overall costs compared with California
  • Both campus locations are designed to operate indefinitely without water
  • Connected with low-latency dual fiber paths between ecosystems
  • 4 milliseconds from the Bay Area basin
  • 9 milliseconds from Los Angeles metro
500 Miles Apart In Under 7 Milliseconds
West Coast 1000 GIG Data Transfer Loop.

“Switch, the world’s largest data center, is poised to expand to Northern Nevada, bringing $1 billion of investment with it. Switch also plans 1 million square feet of new data center space in Las Vegas, for a total investment of $2 billion. This will make Nevada the most digitally connected state in the nation.”

— Brian Sandoval, Governor of Nevada, State of the State address, 2015


The World’s Leading Data Center Ecosystem Switch
Las Vegas Nevada 89118