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.
Infomart Data Centers has sold three wholesale data center properties to investment firm IPI Data Center Partners.
It’s been a busy year in Dallas. To help our readers keep track of all the news, Data Center Frontier has compiled a brief guide to the data center boom in the Dallas market.
The acquisition of the Dallas Infomart for $800 million is a strategic win for Equinix. The transaction also changes the game for the remainder of the Infomart portfolio, offering a clearer value proposition to acquirers and investors.
EdgeCore Internet Real Estate has launched with plans to build large data center campuses in six North American markets. The new company is led by former CoreSite CEO Tom Ray, and its lead backer is GIC, the sovereign wealth fund for the government of Singapore.
Energy is a key strategic principle for Skybox Datacenters, as it expands into Dallas and launches colocation services to support a hybrid cloud offering for oil and gas firms in Houston.
As it builds its new Texas campus, RagingWire is retooling its data center construction operation to accelerate its deployment speed.
With new investment partners, Compass Datacenters is ready to scale its personalized data centers, competing in both regional markets and hyperscale deals.