Once considered an advantage, Texas’ electric power system may impact data center growth in Dallas in light of the 2021 winter storm outages. A new DCF special report courtesy of Digital Realty examines the business environment for data centers in the Dallas area.
The Dallas data center market is the third largest in terms of capacity, trailing only Northern Virginia and Silicon Valley. A new DCF special report provides an overview of the growing demand in the DFW market.
Both smaller organizations and large hyperscale customers need to have a strong global data center strategy. A new white paper from Iron Mountain provides seven key considerations for building that strategy, including site selection risk factors, power infrastructure, and connectivity.
For businesses looking to enrich the data center experience, the advantages of the Hillsboro, Oregon extend beyond its proximity to the Bay Area and Seattle. Ryan Mallory, COO of Colocation Services at Flexential explains why Hillsboro, Oregon is a hot spot for data centers.
Businesses are revamping their data center geo-diversity strategies and relying heavily on technologies like edge cloud computing. A new white paper from Venyu explores the importance of geo-diverse data center locations in today’s business environment.
Dan Meltzer, Managing Director, Sales, at Sabey Data Centers, explores challenges of establishing accurate TCO stats in a variety of different colocation markets.
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.