Hybrid IT enables enterprises to close the gap between the legacy enterprise IT model and what modern cloud-based products can achieve. In this week’s Voices of the Industry, CoreSite President and Chief Executive Officer Paul Szurek explores the future of the hybrid cloud and the benefits of hybrid-ready data centers.
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.
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CoreSite will invest up to $210 million to build a four-story data center in Downtown Chicago, adding capacity to meet demand for colocation and interconnection space.
The $240 billion-per-year-and-growing global cloud industry would seem, on the surface, to have plenty of room for everyone, but two major players – Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft – have staked sizable claims in the market and are slowly crowding out competitors. In this week’s Voices of the Industry column, Danielle Hagel, Senior Manager of CoreSite’s customer engagement program, explores who’s in line for Cloud supremacy in the market, as well as growing competition.
It’s 2018 and working with hybrid has never been more popular. With improved performance and better savings, find out the five big reasons you should connect your data center to the cloud!
A new ebook from CoreSite introduces readers to a solution many enterprises are adopting – direct interconnect to cloud providers within a colocation facility. Download the new report to learn more about the potential cost and performance advantages this option for streamlining hybrid IT connectivity can create.
CoreSite has signed a contract to acquire land to expand its growing campus in Santa Clara, Calif., allowing the data center developer to add capacity in one of the industry’s most important markets.
Developers are now building multi-story data centers to boost their capacity to house IT gear. The trend is most pronounced in the two hottest data center markets, Northern Virginia and Silicon Valley.
CoreSite Realty will pay $60 million to buy the Sunrise Technology Park in Northern Virginia, which will provide CoreSite with space to expand its Reston data center operation.