The hot downloads from Data Center Frontier’s white paper library in 2020 tracked the rise of edge computing, the ins and outs of data center site selection and strategies for addressing data center power and water needs.
Utah’s tax incentives for data centers are among the most attractive in the nation. That’s according to a new brief from Aligned Energy that hones in on the state, and Salt Lake City, in particular — a rapidly growing data center destination.
Andrew Schaap, CEO at Alignedy, takes a deep dive into Tier 1 cities for data center development, and how the evolution of Tier 1, 2, and 3 locations is changing the market.
Local stakeholders and community members can sometimes be overlooked in data center site selection, but they can be the data center operator’s most important ally. Stack Infrastructure and Data Center Frontier finish up a new special report series.
Data centers require reliable, robust and scalable network connections. These needs should be considered early in the planning process. A new Data Center Frontier report series continues to explore the ins and outs of data center site selection.
Data centers require lots of power, and users need to understand local utilities and their capacity and reliability. That’s why knowing the grid is crucial in data center site selection.
A data center is a long-term investment, and choosing a location requires being sensitive both the needs of the business and the surrounding community. A new special report series, courtesy of Stack Infrastructure,, looks at 5 keys to success in data center site selection.
Digital Realty believes the growth of the digital economy will be guided by the “data gravity” of massive aggregation points for data, which will be a magnet for applications and infrastructure. New research predicts where this will happen.
A new white paper from Echelon explores the Ireland-based data centers company exploration and investments into the London market — one the report states is ripe for growth and high in demand for data capabilities.
Disaster recovery (DR), and business continuity (BC) are critically important but often misunderstood. A new report from Prime Data Centers highlights how to better protect your data in today’s climate, where COVID-19 illustrates the complex risk environment.