An abundance of fiber providers and several Internet exchanges make Chicago a hub for content delivery services to a large portion of the American Midwest. This excerpt from a new special report on the Greater Chicago data center market highlights the Chicago market’s business environment, including factors like power, hazard risk, incentives, connectivity and more.
Moves from CoreSite, RagingWire, STACK Infrastructure, Equinix, Iron Mountain and more have made 2019 a stand-out year for colocation development in Chicago. This excerpt from a new Data Center Frontier Special Report gives a full rundown of highlights of development activity in the Greater Chicago market for 2019.
The growth of cloud computing has had significant benefits for the Chicago market. This excerpt from a new Data Center Frontier special report explores what drives supply and demand trends for the data center industry in the downtown Chicago market.
New economic incentives in Illinois have boosted interest in the Greater Chicago data center market after several years of steady but unspectacular leasing, Our DCF market report offers a deep dive into the market dynamics in Chicago.
STACK Infrastructure has announced a significant expansion of its Chicago data center campus, with plans to add at least 20 megawatts of capacity.
Lincoln Rackhouse continues to expand its data center network. It has just acquired ByteGrid, which offers colocation and managed services in three markets.
Data center provider Element Critical is expanding into the Chicago market with the acquisition of two data centers in suburban Wood Dale, Illinois.
RagingWire Data Centers’ decision to compete for large hyperscale deals is paying dividends in Northern Virginia, where the company is adding capacity to support recent customer wins.
Cloud growth is providing opportunities for the largest data center developers to gain discounts on power pricing from utilities. A look at how Digital Realty is leveraging its scale in the power market.
Bitcoin specialist Coinbase is entering the market for low-latency colocation services, a move that could signal a shift in the data center industry’s relationship with the cryptocurrency world.