Silicon Valley has seen consistent activity from large data center users and colocation/cloud operators over the last five years. This post from a new Special Report explores the history and market position of Silicon Valley in the data center market, and why Silicon Valley data center space is top of mind for today’s enterprises.
The Silicon Valley data center market is entering a dynamic new phase of growth and competition, featuring new providers and a robust cycle of new construction. A new special report outlines what sets the second largest data center market in the U.S. apart.
A new Data Center Frontier special report explores the Denver business environment, as providers begin to build larger data centers in the region. Here’s a look at Denver from a site selection and economic development perspective.
Denver’s downtown data centers are located primarily in retrofit buildings with dense fiber infrastructure, while most of the purpose-built data centers are located in the surrounding suburbs. A new Data Center Frontier special report reviews the Denver Data Center Market, wholesale supply in which is limited to four colo providers.
Demand in Denver typically comes from within the region or from West Coast centers looking for DR locations as businesses shift from enterprise or on-premise infrastructure to third-party data centers. A new Data Center Frontier special report reviews the Denver Data Center Market, demand in which is bring driven by local tech startups.
A new Data Center Frontier special report reviews the Denver Data Center Market, a prime example of a “second tier” digital hub driven by demand from local businesses with growing requirements for data center space.
When purchasing or selling data center services,the legal contract signed by the client and the provider is critically important. A new report on data center contracts explores how to streamline and improve the data center contract negotiation process.
Find the 10 most popular data center white papers of 2018 all in one place. Read up on growing data center markets, the edge, hyperscale and more. Featured are offerings from Vantage Data Centers, Iron Mountain Data Centers, Vertiv, Chatsworth Products, Server Technology and more.
Legislation making qualified data center facilities exempt from Virginia’s sales and use taxes went into effect in 2009. To qualify, data center providers must spend at least $150 million and create between 25-50 new jobs in the area. Those tax breaks have since been extended through 2035. A new Data Center Frontier report explores the business environment and the positive trends spurred by Northern Virginia data center tax incentives.
The past year has been an extremely active period for data center construction, as well as real estate transactions to lock down development sites for future data center campuses. There is currently 58MW of data center capacity under construction in Northern Virginia. But the larger story is the long-term outlook for dynamic growth in the region’s data center industry. A new Data Center Frontier series provides overview of the major hubs of data center activity in Northern Virginia.