Data center development in Boston has found its way to both the downtown and outer suburbs of the city. A new DCF special report courtesy of Digital Realty examines how the city’s rich tech history has paved the way for data center development.
Boston has a highly developed fiber and connectivity ecosystem, which is one reason the region is attractive to data center operators. A new DCF special report courtesy of Digital Realty examines the business environment for data centers in the Boston area.
Boston’s active startup community includes nearly 60 robotics companies, along with numerous startups in fintech and education. We look at the role of startups in supply and demand trends in the Boston data center market.
The Boston data center market supports enterprise customers in higher education, biotechnology, and the pharmaceutical sector. The region is also a growing hub for startups. A new DCF special report provides an overview of demand profile of the Boston market.
Boston is home to 884,000 square feet (SF) of commissioned data center space, representing 88 megawatts (MW) of commissioned power, according to market research from datacenterHawk.
Boston’s active startup ecosystem also creates demand for data center services. There are more than 1,800 startups in the Greater Boston area,
Strong clusters of customers in higher education, biotechnology and the pharmaceutical sector drive demand for data center space in the Greater Boston market.