The Dallas Infomart begins a new chapter this week with the opening of the $142 million Equinix DA11, a purpose-built data center, which expands the iconic carrier hotel property into a multi-building cloud campus.
Data center developer Digital Realty and edge computing specialist Vapor IO are rolling out an “edge-to-core” offering in Chicago, Dallas and Atlanta. It’s an early examples of integration between edge computing and data centers.
The Critical Facilities Summit helps professionals responsible for critical facilities infrastructure improve reliability and efficiency by providing best practices in operations, design and construction as well as insight into key technologies. It is the only conference for facility personnel that work in critical environments. The 7th annual Summit includes 25 educational sessions, tours, workshops and […]
Bisnow brings its annual Data Center Investment Conference & Expo (DICE) South to DataBank in Plano, TX, just outside Dallas!
There are only a few real destination data center markets in the world. Dallas-Fort Worth has earned that status for several reasons. Rodney Willis, RagingWire’s Senior Director of Enterprise Sales, lives and works in Dallas and knows first-hand eight solid reasons why Dallas should be on a data center buyer’s short list.
Equinix will invest $138 million to create a second data center building in the parking lot alongside the existing Dallas Infomart, expanding capacity at one of the industry’s iconic carrier hotels.
STACK Infrastructure has launched a new brand and data center platform play, with the backing of IPI Data Center Partners and assets acquired from Infomart and T5 Data Centers.
The Dallas data center market is the third largest in the country. Data Center Frontier looks at data center supply and demand, and the factors that are driving a building boom in Dallas / Fort Worth.
More huge data centers are coming to the suburbs of major American cities, shifting servers closer to consumers in places like Dallas, Chicago, Atlanta and Phoenix.
July’s top stories in the data center world focused on developments in AI, the growth of hyperscale data center deals, and updates on top colocation markets like Northern Virginia and Dallas-Fort Worth.