Aligned will add 30 megawatts of new capacity at its Ashburn data center, citing recent leasing success and strong demand in Northern Virginia. The expansion comes just five months after Aligned opened the site.
Digital Realty has leased 38 megawatts of data center capacity in Northern Virginia over the past five months, turning in a dominant performance in the largest and most competitive data center market.
CAPRE’s 2020 Data Center & Cloud Infrastructure Forecast East will be held January 30 in Ashburn, Virginia, adjacent to the epicenter of North America’s data center universe.
Northern Virginia, the largest data center in the market, is seeing a surge in supply and an even bigger surge in demand. Ashburn, Va., within this market experiencing hyper growth, is known as “data center alley.” A new white paper from Aligned Energy provides a case study and outlines one data center provider’s process in building in the top colocation market in North America with the launch of Aligned Ashburn.
Are customer office space and sustainable design differentiators in a data center? Vantage Data Centers thinks so, offering spacious, sunlit break rooms, and sustainability features that combine solar and wind power, and EV charging stations.
After years of rocket-ship growth, the Northern Virginia data center market is still flying high, but in a slightly lower orbit than in 2018. Industry CEOs, executives and analysts discuss trends in Data Center Alley.
Aligned Energy has opened the doors at its first data center in Northern Virginia. Aligned Ashburn will showcase the company’s focus on efficiency and high-density cooling.
Should data centers be designed to be more attractive in appearance? Data center aesthetics emerged as a community concern recently in Northern Virginia.
Amazon Web Services continues to lease large amounts of new data center space in Northern Virginia, and may be boosting the size of its data centers.
Tax revenues have surged in Loudoun County, Virginia, boosted by taxes from the growing data center cluster in Ashburn’s Data Center Alley. The windfall highlights the potential for data centers as engines for economic development.