TRG Houston One offers world class facilities in a premium location. Located just 1.5 miles from the Cityplace / Springwoods development, as well as I-45 / I-99.
Our purpose built datacenter is capable of handling any sized client and power requirements.
Flexibly designed, we can provide clients with space ranging in reliability from a Tier II scaling to a Tier IV deployment. With full hot aisle containment, we are able to provide extremely high densities where requested.
This deployment is well suited for retail clients with 1-100 cabinet needs, or for wholesale clients who have requirements of 2000-125,000+ sq ft spec private suites. Ask us to perform a free audit of your deployment and roadmap to make sure you are right sized.
TRG delivers data center experiences that are without defects, timely, enjoyable to work with and be in.
- We are the only group that solves for the needs of the Houston Market.
- We are the only truly fault tolerant data center serving Houston.
- We are the only colocation that can deliver all of the benefits of the cloud as well as the benefits of traditional colocation.
- We are the only group that can deliver Easy, Fast, AND Reliable.
- Outside of the 500 year floodplain
- 1 mile from any major highway thoroughfare
- More than 1.5 miles from any rail lines
- Not in any major commercial flight paths
- Not near any pipelines or hazardous material storage
- 65 miles inland from the coast.
- 3.5 miles south of Woodlands
- 22 miles from Downtown Houston
- 15 miles from IAH Airport
- 1.5 Miles West of 45
- 2 Miles South of the Grand Parkway
- Miles from the Katy/West Houston Energy corridor
Chris Hinkle: Our Designer
Chris Hinkle leads datacenter design, operations, and sales engineering for TRG. Chris is the world’s first 3rd generation datacenter operator. He is an Accredited Tier Designer from the Uptime Institute, one of three in Houston and the only affiliated with a colocation. At the AtlantaNAP, Chris held a similar role, and was a key contributor in sales engineering efforts for Fortune 500 and Healthcare opportunities, running the datacenter for 4 of the top 5 hospitals in the State of Georgia.
He has held prior research oriented positions working on Military/DoD applications at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, the birthplace of ARPANET. Chris is published in the areas of power systems and sensors. While at MIT, Chris was a member of the MITLL Energy Initiative, and also performed work on DHS security applications for Airport systems.
He obtained his BS Electrical Engineering from Virginia Tech, Magna Cum Laude, and his MBA from Emory University.