The Dallas Fort Worth region data center market is one of largest in the U.S., and is known for its diverse data center ecosystem. A new Data Center Frontier Special Report series provides insights on the data center boom in the Dallas-Forth Worth market.
RagingWire Data Centers
RagingWire specializes in wholesale data center solutions, building supersized campuses in over 140 locations. After its acquisition by NTT in 2013, RagingWire has continued to grow, building data centers with both capacity and people in mind.
Headquarters: Reno, NV
The Dallas/Fort Worth region is one of the largest and most active data center markets in the United States. It is currently experiencing a data center building boom, with hundreds of megawatts of potential capacity in the pipeline. To learn more, download the new Dallas data center market report from Data Center Frontier and datacenterHawk, courtesy of RagingWire Data Centers.
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