Explore the Phoenix data center market, which is in the midst of a building boom as leasing and demand for colocation providers surges. Data Center Frontier provides market analysis, information on the business environment and major players, and more.
More huge data centers are coming to the suburbs of major American cities, shifting servers closer to consumers in places like Dallas, Chicago, Atlanta and Phoenix.
Iron Mountain has begun construction on a 550,000 square foot data center on its Phoenix campus, on property acquired through its acquisition of IO Data Centers.
Aligned Energy is expanding its Phoenix data center, saying its advanced cooling strategy appeals to large customers with frequent server refresh cycles.
EdgeCore Internet Real Estate has launched with plans to build large data center campuses in six North American markets. The new company is led by former CoreSite CEO Tom Ray, and its lead backer is GIC, the sovereign wealth fund for the government of Singapore.
Iron Mountain closed 2017 with a flurry, announcing three acquisitions and opening a new data center campus. Iron Mountain’s Mark Kidd talks about what’s next.
Aligned Energy brings its efficiency-focused intelligent infrastructure design to Phoenix, where it recently opened the doors on a 550,000 square foot data center.
Industry analysts such as Forrester, Gartner, and IDC offer a host of tech trends and predictions for the data center industry in 2017. For additional viewpoints of the industry, we turn to real estate advisers JLL and CBRE and their 2016-17 data center market forecast and readouts – highlighting overall findings as well as specific research on the Dallas and Phoenix markets. To learn more about the 2017 tech trends driving demands in Dallas and Phoenix download this white paper.
IO plans a huge expansion of its data center campus in Phoenix, where it will build a three-story modular data center that will span more than 700,000 square feet of space.
H5 Data Centers is entering the Phoenix market with its acquisition of NextFort, which operates a 180,000 square foot data center in Chandler, Arizona.