New York City remains a top market for data centers. A special report from Data Center Frontier explores how the Greater New York data center market is gaining traction and becoming more stable.
The New York/New Jersey data center market has begun to stabilize, as leasing has gradually absorbed vacant space. The region has recently seen new entrants, and some providers are seeing signs of a rebound. Download the new special report from Data Center Frontier and Digital Realty that explores how the New York/New Jersey data center market is changing.
Digital Realty will invest $75 million to build a six-megawatt data center in Santa Clara, bringing new inventory online in the Silicon Valley data center market.
Leading data center providers have begun building larger data halls, citing construction economics and the need to compete for larger deals.
The global green data center market, with Europe and the U.S. historically leading it, is expected to reach or exceed $55 billion by 2021. Aaron Binkley, Director of Sustainability Programs at Digital Realty, discusses how a growing customer focus on energy efficiency is driving the “green” data center market.
As Digital Realty completes its acquisition of DFT, it prepares to deliver the first phase of a massive new campus in Ashburn, Virginia.
This paper looks at hybrid cloud solutions, how to secure data efficiently, and how to solve some of today’s most complex data challenges. Check out these test results and learn how to supercharge your own hybrid cloud ecosystem!
This paper presents test results showing how a well-designed, well-executed hybrid cloud architecture performs versus one that leverages standard facilities, using connections and an architecture not optimized for application performance. Download now to learn more.
2017 is already shaping up as a landmark year for consolidation in the data center industry, including the megamerger between Digital Realty and DFT. Here’s a recap of the deals thus far in 2017.
Digital Realty’s acquisition of DuPont Fabros creates a cloud colossus with 26 million SF of data center space, and a dominant market position in the two hottest markets: Northern Virginia and Chicago.