Our Executive Roundtable panel examines the challenge of rapid deployment of data center capacity for major cloud computing providers, and the steps the industry is taking to meet these demands.
Our Executive Roundtable of data center thought leaders discusses how the evolution of cloud computing is changing the environment for data center service providers.
The rapid growth of cloud computing is placing pressure on the supply chain for data centers, testing the ability of equipment manufacturers and developers to meet demand for faster and cheaper delivery of new capacity.
CyrusOne says it will build a data center campus in Santa Clara, California, bringing a new player into one of the nation’s most active markets.
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Digital Realty is doubling down in the Windy City, confirming long-rumored plans for a major expansion adjacent to its huge 350 East Cermak data center campus in downtown Chicago.
Ashburn, Virginia is the Internet’s boom town. Ashburn is seeing an unprecedented level of data center construction, and more is in the pipeline with three new players likely to enter the Northern Virginia market.
Microsoft has introduced a new data center design that replaces its IT-PAC server modules with a traditional data hall. Microsoft has overhauled its approach to cooling, and is now using a fan wall to manage airflow.
Amazon Web Services is expanding rapidly in Northern Virginia, adding data centers to boost capacity in its Amazon US East cloud region. A key partner in this effort is COPT, a real estate developer that works closely with the federal government.
The Suburban Chicago data center market is seeing an influx of new providers and supply, which positions the region for growth in the accelerating cloud computing arms race.