DCF editor Rich Miller recently spoke to Next Platform TV about data center demand and investment. Here’s a look at the discussion, plus some resources about data center investment trends.
Dark fiber is a hot commodity, as cloud computing platforms seek more network capacity to deliver data across their data center campuses. That’s why investment firms with data center holdings have been acquiring dark fiber specialists.
Colony Capital is leading an investor group that will invest $1.2 billion in Vantage Data Centers’ data centers, providing Vantage with capital to build more data centers.
After several months of intense focus on managing the COVID-19 pandemic, the news in the data center sector in June shifted to growth and building for the future. Here are the 10 most popular stories on Data Center Frontier in June 2020.
Large investors remain focused on the data center market, citing extraordinary demand for capital to fuel the data economy, even amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s a look at recent transaction trends.
KKR is the latest marquee investing firm to enter the data center industry, forming Global Technical Realty (GTR) to develop more than $2.5 billion in data centers across Europe in the coming years.
Amid soaring demand for digital infrastructure, data center developer Aligned has increased its secured credit facility to $575 million, citing “consistently strong” customer demand.
Economic disruptions are times of both peril and opportunity. We look at how the COVID-19 pandemic may impact the active world of data center mergers & acquisitions. Financial strength will drive the action.
Colocation provider INAP has completed a financial restructuring and emerged from bankruptcy, just seven weeks after filing for Chapter 11 protection.
Colocation giant Equinix is “in advanced discussions” to acquire a portfolio of data center sites, and has announced plans to sell $1.25 billion in common stock to fund the deal.