Our 19th Data Center Executive Roundtable showcases the insights of thought leaders on the state of the data center industry, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, with panelists from CoreSite, NTT Global Data Centers Americas, EdgeConneX, Sabey Data Centers and Infrastructure Masons.
CoreSite is a real estate investment trust focused on data centers. Originally a colocation specialist, CoreSite has grown also include wholesale and build-to-suit data centers in their portfolio. CoreSite is unique in its willingness to build up instead of out. It started with their largest colocation facility, the 30 story One Wilshire in Los Angeles, and continued with their 4 and 5 story designs in Santa Clara, CA and Ashburn, VA.
Headquarters: San Jose, CA
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