The data center supply chain has held up well thus far during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our data center Executive Roundtable discusses the long-term implications of the pandemic for the supply chain and deployment timetables for capacity.
Portland, Oregon has emerged as the hottest market for multi-tenant data center development in the Pacific Northwest. A new special report from Data Center Frontier explores provides a market analysis and insights on supply and demand in the Portland data center market.
Data center construction continues to move forward, with a handful of projects slowed or halted by COVID-19. But analysts see risks for data center construction projects and the supply chain supporting them.
Hyperscale deployments are moving faster than ever. Our DCF Executive Roundtable outlines ways the data center supply chain keep pace with the rapid growth of digital infrastructure.
Denver’s downtown data centers are located primarily in retrofit buildings with dense fiber infrastructure, while most of the purpose-built data centers are located in the surrounding suburbs. A new Data Center Frontier special report reviews the Denver Data Center Market, wholesale supply in which is limited to four colo providers.
Wholesale data center leasing doubled during 2018, spurred by a proliferation of huge hyperscale deals. That rapid pace of growth is testing the industry’s supply chain and construction staffing.
The rapid growth of cloud computing is placing pressure on the supply chain for data centers, testing the ability of equipment manufacturers and developers to meet demand for faster and cheaper delivery of new capacity.