After years of rocket-ship growth, the Northern Virginia data center market is still flying high, but in a slightly lower orbit than in 2018. Industry CEOs, executives and analysts discuss trends in Data Center Alley.
QTS Data Centers has formed a joint venture with global infrastructure investor Alinda Capital Partners that could provide up to $1 billion in funding for future data center construction, starting with a campus in Manassas, Virginia.
Digital Realty has bought property in Silicon Valley and Northern Virginia, extending its blueprint for long-term growth in two key cloud computing hubs.
QTS Realty Trust has signed a 24 megawatt data center lease with a global cloud company, which will occupy a new data center building on land QTS has acquired in Manassas, Virginia.
Officials in Prince William County in Northern Virginia are considering a tax hike on the rate that data centers pay on computer equipment, hoping to offset a potential increase in county taxes and fees.
As it opens its new Northern Virginia data center campus in Manassas, Iron Mountain outlines plans for future growth, including new construction as well as acquisitions.
CloudHQ has completed its 43 megawatt data center in Manassas, Virginia, which includes a 35-megawatt lease with an anchor tenant. The massive facility marks CloudHQ’s entry into the Northern Virginia market.