coda provides companies the rare opportunity to co-locate with others who are embedded in the Georgia Tech innovation ecosystem — home to some of the top engineering and computer science programs in the world.

The Coda building demonstrates 34.3% energy cost savings for 14 LEED. The majority of cost savings is attributed to lighting power and daylighting (44%), space heating (26%), fans (21%) and cooling (9%) as shown in the bar chart of costs by end uses below. The building systems are designed to both save annual energy and reduce the peak demand from major HVAC and lighting systems. For large projects and large power users like Coda, the peak demand charges contribute to a larger portion of the annual cost savings.

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data center

coda will be home to one of the largest data centers in the Southeast. It includes network availability to multiple top-tier dark fiber providers with redundant backbone connectivity, cross connects to on-premises carriers, connectivity to public cloud providers, and peering fabric and blended -bandwidth solutions to meet any business requirement.

  • Purpose-built 98,300 SF facility with over 40,000 SF of slab and 36” raised floor space.
  • 19.8 MW of utility power provided by Georgia Power via underground duct banks into below grade transformer vaults.
  • Roof mounted 2,500 kW generators provide 24-hour on-site fuel supply for each generator.
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