January’s data center job spotlight highlights engineering roles in some of the country’s busiest cities, including New York, Boston, Dallas, Denver and more. Read on to view the top colo jobs for January.
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A new Data Center Frontier special report explores the Denver business environment, as providers begin to build larger data centers in the region. Here’s a look at Denver from a site selection and economic development perspective.
Denver’s downtown data centers are located primarily in retrofit buildings with dense fiber infrastructure, while most of the purpose-built data centers are located in the surrounding suburbs. A new Data Center Frontier special report reviews the Denver Data Center Market, wholesale supply in which is limited to four colo providers.
Demand in Denver typically comes from within the region or from West Coast centers looking for DR locations as businesses shift from enterprise or on-premise infrastructure to third-party data centers. A new Data Center Frontier special report reviews the Denver Data Center Market, demand in which is bring driven by local tech startups.
Digital transformation is boosting the importance of IT infrastructure for businesses of all sizes, in all markets. Denver is a prime example of a “second tier” digital hub driven by demand from local businesses with growing requirements for data center space. Download the new Denver data center market report from Data Center Frontier and datacenterHawk, courtesy of Iron Mountain Data Centers.
A new Data Center Frontier special report reviews the Denver Data Center Market, a prime example of a “second tier” digital hub driven by demand from local businesses with growing requirements for data center space.
CAPRE’s Second Annual Greater Denver Data Center Summit will meet August 16th in Denver, Colorado at the Embassy Suites Denver Downtown.
The CAPRE Greater Denver Data Center Summit is scheduled for Aug. 17, 2017 at the Denver Art Museum. The event continues the CAPRE series of Data Center Summit events, and more than 350 industry professionals are expected to attend.
The story of Portland as a data center market will be defined in the next several years. With a historic volume of supply in the pipeline, the Hillsboro cluster is poised for dramatic growth. Developers are embracing the thesis that Portland is the hot emerging market for low-cost data center development in the Pacific Northwest.
Iron Mountain has spent several years adding data center capacity and green power. In 2020 it will also focus on enhancing its interconnection capabilities and building connected customer ecosystems.