Phoenix is home to nearly 2 million square feet of data center space, and nearly every major hyperscale platform and wholesale data center developer has lined up land for future capacity. A DCF special report looks at what lies ahead for this important market.
Insights and trends on hyperscale computing and data centers
A Hyperscale data centers is defined as when one tenant leases at least 10 Megawatts of data center space. Typically, the architectures are designed to provide a single, massively scalable compute architecture that can scale with demand. Hyperscale computing is necessary when a company needs to build a robust and scalable cloud, AI, or distributed storage system and is often associated with the infrastructure required to run global companies such as Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Amazon.
Water scarcity is a looming global crisis. Kris Holla, Group Vice President, Channel Sales, Nortek Air Solutions, and Michael Lesniak, AVP Global Corporate Accounts, Global Data Center Solutions at Nalco Water, discuss how data centers can conserve the planet’s diminishing fresh water supply and practice water stewardship.
Iron Mountain has signed two leases totaling 6 megawatts of capacity at its newest data center in Phoenix, continuing its leasing success in the key regional data center market.
Cem Candir, CEO of Chemstar WATER, provides three tips for data centers looking for cost-effective ways to reduce their water footprint.
In high-performance data center architectures, cabling matters. A new white paper from Siemon explains how high speed interconnects that are compatible with network equipment, and are high quality and high performance, can reduce costs.
The Amazon Web Services cloud now stores more than 100 trillion objects, the company said this week as it marked the 15th anniversary of its launch. That illustrates how the growth of data – and data centers – is transforming our world.
In this edition of Voices of the Industry, Bob Shine, VP of Marketing and Product Management at Telescent, shares insights on how MTDC connectivity can evolve to meet customer demands.
Sean Baillie, Executive Vice President, Connectivity at QTS Data Centers explains how digital transformation is putting more pressure on data center providers to provide a flawless experience for a variety of end users in a constantly scaling environment.
Cem Candir, CEO of Chemstar WATER, provides insights on new innovations in data center water treatment and gives details on how some hyperscalers are making their data centers water positive.
Data center startup Quantum Loophole plans to develop gigawatt scale “data center cities.” CEO Josh Snowhorn leads an experienced team, and says the growth of hyperscale computing calls for new types of real estate solutions.