More data center mergers and acquisitions (M&A) appear likely amid reports of two new special purpose acquisition corporations (SPACs) featuring teams of data center executives. Meanwhile, the industry’s busiest consolidator is raising a huge new round of capital.
Facebook announced this week that it will expand its Eagle Mountain Data Center in Utah by more than 900,000 square feet with two new buildings, highlighting the extraordinary growth of data center campuses.
Software-defined power will be available to more data centers through CBRE Data Center Solutions, which will offer its global clients a suite of services from Virtual Power Systems (VPS) that unlock stranded power capacity.
Developer Sabey Data Centers has raised $150 million from new strategic partner Manulife Investment Management to help its expand Sabey’s growing operations.
When it comes to climate change, it is time for the data center sector to lead. On the DCF Show Podcast, Rich Miller outlines how cloud computing can drive a global shift to renewably-powered business.
The outlook on renewable energy for data centers is changing. That’s one takeaway from a conversation with Iron Mountain executives Kevin Hagen and Alex Sharp about the future of sustainable data centers.
Flexential CEO Chris Downie says recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic will bring a sharper focus on hybrid IT, Flexential aims to use its growing portfolio of services and markets to help enterprise customers sort out a complex IT landscape
Digital Realty plans to build a four-story, 430,000-square-foot data center in Santa Clara, providing additional room for customer growth in the strategic Silicon Valley technology market.
As the drive for data center sustainability enters a new and more urgent phase, what are the next frontiers beyond efficiency and energy sourcing? Here’s a look at the technologies, strategies and best practices we are watching at Data Center Frontier:
CEO Satya Nadella says make Microsoft Azure will be “the world’s computer.” As more IT workloads gravitate to cloud computing, these platforms accounted for more than 70 percent of data center leasing in 2020, a trend that is likely to continue.