CyrusOne has named veteran executive Bruce Duncan as its new President and CEO. Duncan has no direct experience in the data center industry, but 40 years of executive leadership across varied real estate asset classes.
CyrusOne aims to be “the sky for the cloud” and is building massive data halls to reach that goal. They focus on quickly building hyperscale data centers to meet the growing data needs of enterprise cloud services and IoT.
Headquarters: Dallas, TX
CyrusOne President and CEO Gary Wojtaszek has resigned suddenly, a step taken “by mutual agreement with the board,” the company said today. Industry veteran Tesh Durvasula has been named to serve as President and CEO on an interim basis.
Is data gravity drawing data centers nearer to interconnection hubs in major markets, or will a new architecture emerge around massive cloud campuses in remote locations? Digital Realty and CyrusOne offer different takes.
CyrusOne has become the third public data center company to receive an investment grade credit rating, which will lower its borrowing costs and improve its profitability, the company said.
Shares of data center developer CyrusOne jumped Friday following media reports that the company has received takeover interest from private investors.
Public data center providers reported strong momentum from enterprise customers in the second quarter, as corporations re-align their IT operations.
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The growth of the CyrusOne Phoenix campus demonstrates why the company has been a pioneer in the rapid growth of the data center industry, advancing new ways of building at speed and scale. Its next phase of growth will target European markets.
CyrusOne has begun construction on a 144-megawatt data center campus in Santa Clara, which will feature on-site power generation. The project will be the first for CyrusOne in Silicon Valley.
An unprecedented data center building boom in Northern Virginia offers early lessons on how the Internet knits itself into the fabric of modern life, and how data centers impact the life of a community.