As developers seek to secure land for hyperscale operators looking to take advantage of Northern Virgina’s capacity to power cloud computing platforms and social networks, leasing values and land valuations have surged. DCF, in conjunction with Digital Realty, presents a comprehensive overview of the Northern Virginia data center market.
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Corscale Data Centers is entering the Northern Virginia data center market with big ambitions and a big campus. Gainesville Crossing will be a 300-megawatt, 2.3 million square foot project in Prince William County. Here’s a closer look at Corscale and its development plans.
The Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) today announced the finalists of the 2021 NVTC Virginia Data Center Awards, which will be presented at an event Nov. 16 in Leesburg.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has spent $35 billion on its cloud computing infrastructure in Northern Virginia over the past 10 years, illustrating the enormous impact data centers can have on regional economies.
Yondr Group has big plans in Northern Virginia. The developer has acquired 270 acres of land, and plans to build 500 megawatts of data center capacity across Loudoun and Prince William counties.
Amazon Web Services is continuing to expand in Northern Virginia, including a massive data center campus just south of Dulles Airport, which could add up to 2.5 million square feet of cloud computing capacity.
The Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) has announced the finalists for the second annual Virginia Data Center Awards. Here’s a look at the categories and full list of finalists.
Top data center jobs highlighted in Data Center Frontier’s September job spotlight include sales positions in both Ashburn, Va., and Miami, as well as engineering and construction management positions in Atlanta.
The Northern Virginia data center market is seeing a surge in supply and an even bigger surge in demand. Data Center Frontier explores trends, stats and future expectations for the No. 1 data center market in the country.
Greenpeace says Virginia utility Dominion Energy has not kept pace with the data center industry’s appetite for renewable energy. The environmental group singled out Amazon Web Service for its rate of adoption of green power.