Sorting out the largest data centers is a tricky task. But the trend toward larger campuses is undeniable, so we’ve sought to quantify the largest projects in the pipeline, as well as highlight some projects that don’t share details about their scale.
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
Land and Expand is a new feature at Data Center Frontier highlighting the latest data center development news, This week, we look at Compass Datacenters entry into Europe, QTS Data Centers growing in two markets, and an APAC expansion by Google Cloud.
Prince William County in Northern Virginia could see an acceleration of data center construction, potentially shifting the center of gravity for cloud infrastructure growth. The opportunity is at stake as residents and officials debate how data centers fit in the county’s vision for its future.
The Prince William Digital Gateway in Manassas is prompting heated debate between groups of residents about the role of data centers in their community. The project was proposed by local landowners seeking to capitalize on rising valuations for data center land.
Our Top 10 most popular stories for last month includes profiles on eight leading developers and service providers. If you’re seeking to understand the competitive landscape of the data center sector, it’s a pretty good reading list.
Compass Quantum is a new service from Compass Datacenters that aims to make it simple to provision distributed data centers as a turnkey “white space as a service” offering. Industry veteran Tony Grayson has joined Compass to lead the Quantum team.
Zech Connell, Data Center Market Manager at ProLift Rigging, shares how project buffering saved Compass Datacenters both time and money when building their new Phoenix data center.
Recent weather-related disasters and climate considerations are prompting some changes in data center operations (including cooling) but our Roundtable is split on whether site selection will change much.
The data center business has gone global. For developers, this means extending their operations across borders and oceans. On the DCF Show, Rich talks with AJ Byers, of Compass Datacenters about their new campus in Israel, opportunities in Europe, and the quest for more clean electricity in Montreal, where crypto and cannabis firms are also seeking power to expand their operations.
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.