I agree Cheryl. Having been inside another one a few months back in Las Vegas, I'm surprised. These things are conspicuous by their absence.
Building a traditional data center involves spending many millions and years in federal, provincial, regional, and municipal approval processes, completing hundreds of forms and applications and all the other pylons professional paper pushers put in an entrepreneur's way.
Instead, drop one of these on a lot and set up a fast little cloud service. Most municipalities don't bother with items like sideyard, setback, and building permits when a mobile unit is on a lot. So leave the data center on a flatbed and it likely qualifies to be left alone. "No Mr Building Inspector, I can move this any time, so you can leave now."