The Northern Virginia Data Center market shows no sign of slowing. In fact, 2017 has been chock full of news about future data centers, with new players entering the market and construction and expansion announcements from existing players. In “Data Center Alley,” it may seem hard to keep track of all the activity.
We’ve got you covered. To get a handle on the fast-paced growth in Northern Virginia data center market, Data Center Frontier has compiled the top news from the region over the past few months, as well as a special data center market report providing a deep dive on market trends.
Read on to stay current on the latest action:
CloudBoom: Leasing, Land Deals Surge in Northern Virginia: The growth of cloud computing continues to transform the landscape in “Data Center Alley,” the fast-growing data center hub in Northern Virginia.
Vantage Plans $1 Billion Northern Virginia Data Center Campus: Vantage Data Centers has acquired 42 acres of land in Loudoun County’s “Data Center Alley” where it plans to build more than 1 million square feet of data center space.
Digital Realty Readies Massive Expansion in Ashburn: As Digital Realty completes its acquisition of DFT, it prepares to deliver the first phase of a massive new campus in Ashburn, Virginia.
At CyrusOne, More Sky for Bigger Clouds: CyrusOne’s newest data center in Sterling, Virginia showcases how the company’s focus on scale and speed of delivery is winning hyperscale deals.
CloudHQ Unveils Massive New Manassas Data Center: CloudHQ has completed its 43 megawatt data center in Manassas, Virginia, which includes a 35-megawatt lease with an anchor tenant. The massive facility marks CloudHQ’s entry into the Northern Virginia market.
Iron Mountain Steps Up Its Data Center Ambitions: As it opens its new Northern Virginia data center campus in Manassas, Iron Mountain outlines plans for future growth, including new construction as well as acquisitions.
Looks Like Amazon: More Data Centers Coming to Ashburn: COPT, which is the primary landlord for Amazon Web Services in Northern Virginia, is building two data centers in Ashburn for an unnamed tenant.
Ashburn Church Property May Become Data Center: A church located in the heart of “Data Center Alley” in Northern Virginia has decided to sell its property to a data center developer.
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