Northern Virginia continues to be largest market for data center space in the U.S. A new DCF special report provides an overview of the trends driving growth in Data Center Alley and its emerging sub-markets.
GI Partners, a private equity firm with deep experience in the digital infrastructure sector, has acquired a data center in Sterling, Virginia that is leased by a large technology firm, the company said today.
QTS Data Centers has emerged as a leading player in hyperscale infrastructure. The QTS journey has been powered by two prevailing trends: the growth of hyperscale computing and the consolidation in the data center sector.
Digital Realty is ready to begin building a data center at a prime location in Data Center Alley in Ashburn, Virginia. The company plans to create its 40-megawatt Digital Filigree development on a site adjacent to a key Internet intersection.
Corscale Data Centers is entering the Northern Virginia data center market with big ambitions and a big campus. Gainesville Crossing will be a 300-megawatt, 2.3 million square foot project in Prince William County. Here’s a closer look at Corscale and its development plans.
Equinix has created a Co-Innovation Facility (CIF) in Ashburn where it operates liquid-cooled servers supported by fuel cells, sodium-ion batteries and intelligent power management. The facility is part of Equinix’s Data Center of the Future initiative to test-drive new technology.
A data center development in Northern Virginia is boosting the size of its campus, and now plans to deploy more than 4 million square feet of server farm space in prime real estate in Data Center Alley.
The former America Online campus in Ashburn will be converted into a large data center campus by its new owners, American Real Estate Partners (AREP) and Harrison Street, who are investing $1 billion to expand in Data Center Alley.
STACK Infrastructure will build a 216-megawatt data center in “Data Center Alley” in Ashburn, Virginia, the company said today. The new 80-acre site will feature three buildings and offer nearly 1 million square feet of data center space.
Landmark Dividend has acquired approximately 1.2 million square feet of space within the Quantum Park development in “Data Center Alley” in Ashburn, Virginia. The deal includes vacant land that supports data center development.