Intel will invest $20 billion to create two cutting-edge chip factories in New Albany, Ohio next to a cluster of hyperscale data centers, including large cloud campuses for Facebook, Google and Amazon Web Services.
Equinix has created a Co-Innovation Facility (CIF) in Ashburn where it operates liquid-cooled servers supported by fuel cells, sodium-ion batteries and intelligent power management. The facility is part of Equinix’s Data Center of the Future initiative to test-drive new technology.
DataBank has agreed to purchase four data centers in Houston from CyrusOne for $670 million, the company said today. The divestiture of assets comes as CyrusOne prepares for its planned $15 billion acquisition by KKR and Global Infrastructure Partners.
Prime Data Centers continues to expand in the capacity-constrained Silicon Valley market. The data center developer this week announced plans to build a four-story, 9-megawatt data center in Santa Clara.
T5 Data Centers plans to build a 140-acre, 200 megawatt campus in Georgia, adjacent to Fort Gordon and the U.S. Army’s Cyber Command Headquarters. The new campus taps into a cluster of advanced cybersecurity initiatives based in Augusta,
Development in the Dallas market is driven by major wholesale data center providers, who have been creating multi-building campuses to support long-term growth. A new DCF special report examines market supply and demand trends.
A data center development in Northern Virginia is boosting the size of its campus, and now plans to deploy more than 4 million square feet of server farm space in prime real estate in Data Center Alley.
The former America Online campus in Ashburn will be converted into a large data center campus by its new owners, American Real Estate Partners (AREP) and Harrison Street, who are investing $1 billion to expand in Data Center Alley.
The Dallas data center market is the third largest in terms of capacity, trailing only Northern Virginia and Silicon Valley. A new DCF special report provides an overview of the growing demand in the DFW market.
What lies ahead for the data center industry in 2022? We’ve identified 8 themes that will shape the data center business this year. The overarching theme is dealing with the challenges of growth and the data center industry’s vital role in a digital society.