Land banks are playing a growing role in data center expansions, as developers seek out partners with extensive land holdings. An example of this trend is Digital Realty’s entry into Israel through a joint venture with real estate developer Mivne.
Digital Realty is the largest landlord in the data center space, owning over 180 centers in 33 different markets. Their wholesale data center solutions have attracted big names in the tech industry, such as Microsoft, Apple, and Facebook. The company acquired DuPont Fabros Technology in 2017, further expanding its presence in the hyperscale market.
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Boston has a highly developed fiber and connectivity ecosystem, which is one reason the region is attractive to data center operators. A new DCF special report courtesy of Digital Realty examines the business environment for data centers in the Boston area.
Boston’s active startup community includes nearly 60 robotics companies, along with numerous startups in fintech and education. We look at the role of startups in supply and demand trends in the Boston data center market.
The Boston data center market supports enterprise customers in higher education, biotechnology, and the pharmaceutical sector. The region is also a growing hub for startups. A new DCF special report provides an overview of demand profile of the Boston market.
Our Top 10 most popular stories for last month includes profiles on eight leading developers and service providers. If you’re seeking to understand the competitive landscape of the data center sector, it’s a pretty good reading list.
Digital Realty is ready to begin building a data center at a prime location in Data Center Alley in Ashburn, Virginia. The company plans to create its 40-megawatt Digital Filigree development on a site adjacent to a key Internet intersection.
Future trends and the emerging metaverse were hot topics on Data Center Frontier last month. Here are the 10 most popular stories on Data Center Frontier in January 2022.
Several leading players in the edge market have deployments in Dallas, showcasing innovation and laying the groundwork for future growth. Here’s why the Dallas data center market is a hotbed for edge computing.
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.
Development in the Dallas market is driven by major wholesale data center providers, who have been creating multi-building campuses to support long-term growth. A new DCF special report examines market supply and demand trends.