Silicon Valley is one of the largest and most important data center markets. A new report from Data Center Frontier explores the market dynamics and supply and demand in Santa Clara and Silicon Valley.
Insights: Data Center Site Selection
The latest trends in data center site selection and geography: where cloud computing facilities are being built and why, including the cost of power and tax incentives.
As hyperscale companies invest in subsea cables, cities like Virginia Beach see the opportunity to create a data center ecosystem around cable landing stations. It’s also boosting growth in a cloud cluster near Richmond.
It’s been a busy year in Dallas. To help our readers keep track of all the news, Data Center Frontier has compiled a brief guide to the data center boom in the Dallas market.
The top data center stories for February 2018 featured mergers, new players and projects, and more money flowing into the data center business. Here’s a look at the hot news for Data Center Frontier readers.
Officials in Prince William County in Northern Virginia are considering a tax hike on the rate that data centers pay on computer equipment, hoping to offset a potential increase in county taxes and fees.
CoreSite will invest up to $210 million to build a four-story data center in Downtown Chicago, adding capacity to meet demand for colocation and interconnection space.
Aligned Energy is expanding its Phoenix data center, saying its advanced cooling strategy appeals to large customers with frequent server refresh cycles.
EdgeCore Internet Real Estate has launched with plans to build large data center campuses in six North American markets. The new company is led by former CoreSite CEO Tom Ray, and its lead backer is GIC, the sovereign wealth fund for the government of Singapore.
Data Center Frontier recently had a look inside the new RagingWire Data Centers campus in Ashburn in Loudoun County, where the company plans to build seven data centers. Check out our video tour.
Energy is a key strategic principle for Skybox Datacenters, as it expands into Dallas and launches colocation services to support a hybrid cloud offering for oil and gas firms in Houston.