Tax incentives, strong connectivity, and a welcoming business environment attract data center investments to the Phoenix region, home to one of the fastest-growing cloud clusters in the United States.
Northern Virginia has long been a strategic priority for hyperscale operators, and the past year has been an extremely active period for data center construction and real estate transactions to lock down development sites for future data center campuses.
In recent years, the vast majority of data center investment in Phoenix landed in the suburbs of Mesa and Goodyear. Learn more about supply trends in the Phoenix data center market.
Proximity to the Internet intersection in Ashburn has been the driving force behind the growth of “Data Center Alley.” We continue our special report article series with a look the Northern Virginia market’s history, economic impact, and its promising future.
A growing cluster of mobility startups and a continued exodus of IT infrastructure from California is driving demand in the Phoenix data center market. Here’s a closer look at supply and demand in this fast-growing hyperscale hub.
The Phoenix data center market is one of the largest in the US in terms of capacity, and it’s growing at a rapid pace. A new DCF special report provides an overview of growth drivers in the Phoenix metro area.
Data center development in Boston has found its way to both the downtown and outer suburbs of the city. A new DCF special report courtesy of Digital Realty examines how the city’s rich tech history has paved the way for data center development.
Northern Virginia continues to be largest market for data center space in the U.S. A new DCF special report provides an overview of the trends driving growth in Data Center Alley and its emerging sub-markets.
It’s time for Data Center Week. Here’s a preview of some of the sessions for data center professionals, including several featuring members of the Data Center Frontier team, as well as hot topics like the path to 800G networking.
Boston has a highly developed fiber and connectivity ecosystem, which is one reason the region is attractive to data center operators. A new DCF special report courtesy of Digital Realty examines the business environment for data centers in the Boston area.