On the Data Center Frontier Show, we sit down with Chris Crosby, the CEO of Compass Datacenters, for a wide-ranging conversation about the latest trends in the data center sector.
Compass Data Centers
Founded in 2012, Compass Data Centers offers wholesale data center solutions for individual clients, allowing them to quickly build data centers to the client’s needs. Their years of experience allows them to personalize their designs for each customer without sacrificing speed or quality.
Headquarters: Dallas, TX
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