Sorting out the largest data centers is a tricky task. But the trend toward larger campuses is undeniable, so we’ve sought to quantify the largest projects in the pipeline, as well as highlight some projects that don’t share details about their scale.
The M&A deals keep coming in the data center industry, and readers of Data Center Frontier are paying close attention. Here are the 10 most popular stories on Data Center Frontier in May 2022, in order of article views.
Can the servers inside a data center make the walls and floors greener? Researchers at Meta and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign are using artificial intelligence to reduce the environmental impact of concrete.
Meta continues to prepare its digital infrastructure for the metaverse, adding three more data centers to its $1 billion cloud campus in Illinois. We look at Meta’s accelerating building boom and what it tells us about the future of data infrastructure.
Google, Microsoft, Amazon Web Services and Meta are among more than 70 companies joining the iMasons Climate Accord, which calls for new steps to track and reduce the environmental impact of the data centers that power the Internet.
Hyperscale computing, the Northern Virginia market and edge computing deployments were the big newsmakers in February at Data Center Frontier. Here are the 10 most popular stories for February 2022.
Meta will build an $800 million data center in Kuna, Idaho as it continues adding infrastructure to support its future metaverse. The 960,000 SF square feet campus is another sign that Meta is building big and building everywhere.
The top cloud computing companies accelerated their purchases of renewable energy last year accounting for more than half of all corporate clean energy power purchase agreements in 2021. The data confirms that data center operators are stepping up their sustainability efforts.
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.
Social networks had a big appetite for server space in 2021, as large leases by Meta, TikTok and Twitter made it another blockbuster year for U.S. data center developers, according to a new report from North American Data Centers.