The Hillsboro data center market is poised for substantial growth over the next several years, and data center developers clearly see Hillsboro and the larger Portland, Ore., market as a hot spot for hyperscale and enterprise facilities.
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Data center leasing has kicked into warp speed, as cloud players and social networks race to procure cloud capacity for long-term growth. The record leasing is driven by concerns about project delays from supply chain disruptions.
Our Top 10 most popular stories for last month includes profiles on eight leading developers and service providers. If you’re seeking to understand the competitive landscape of the data center sector, it’s a pretty good reading list.
Interest in the Greater Chicago data center market is on the rebound, sparked by economic incentives and new projects in both the Downtown and Suburban Chicago markets. That includes new projects from Aligned and Skybox Datacenters.
Industry veteran Sean Farney has been involved in some of the most innovative projects in digital infrastructure. In our Earth Day edition of the DCF Show, Sean discusses the progress on data center sustainability, the future of backup power, and converting stores into edge data centers.
After a record year for leasing in 2021, data center developers are building even bigger in 2022, with nearly half of the projects pre-leased before they are even completed. New data from CBRE, JLL and Synergy Research offer metrics for hyperscale growth and the boom to come.
Amid market speculation about a possible acquisition, the leadership of data center developer CyrusOne says it is “open-minded” about options for a sale or partnership, but remains focused on operating its business.
Internet growth is creating opportunities for digital infrastructure in regional markets, especially the carrier hotels that serve as the network hubs in these cities. That’s the trend behind the industry’s latest M&A deal, in which Netrality Data Centers will acquire Indy Telcom Center.
Digital Realty is expanding into India through a joint venture with global infrastructure investor Brookfield Infrastructure, a move that will further accelerate the development of digital infrastructure in the world’s second-largest country.
Chicago has long served as a major infrastructure hub for the nation’s commerce, whether goods and services were conveyed by rail, road, air, or data packet. Eric Jacobs, CRO of Aligned, discusses the factors that make Chicago a prime location for data center investment.