Power pricing is a meaningful competitive factor in Silicon Valley, and is one reason that Santa Clara has emerged as the prime location for data centers, according to a new Data Center Frontier special report.
With a vacancy rate of just 7.8 percent, large data center footprints are limited in Silicon Valley, according to a new Data Center Frontier special report. As we enter 2018, activity in Silicon Valley will be guided by providers’ ability to add capacity and acquire additional land.
Demand for space remains strong in the Silicon Valley data center market, but the availability of space remains limited, according to a new Data Center Frontier special report.
The Silicon Valley data center market is one of the largest and most important in the U.S. The region is facing a shortage of finished data center space due to a dwindling supply of development sites in key data center corridors. Download the new Data Center Frontier report, courtesy of Vantage Data Centers, that explores this market in detail.
Silicon Valley is one of the largest and most important data center markets. A new report from Data Center Frontier explores the market dynamics and supply and demand in Santa Clara and Silicon Valley.
In a sign of pent-up demand in Silicon Valley, Vantage Data Centers has leased 90 percent of the 9 megawatts of space at its V6 facility in Santa Clara, which opened in October.
Digital Realty will invest $75 million to build a six-megawatt data center in Santa Clara, bringing new inventory online in the Silicon Valley data center market.
Microsoft has bought 65 acres of land in northern San Jose where it plans to build a data center campus, a departure from several prevailing trends in the Silicon Valley data center market.
Evocative has relaunched with new CEO Arman Khalili and data centers in Emeryville and San Jose, The company recently expanded into Los Angeles, leasing 42,000 SF of space at 1200 West 7th Street.
CoreSite has signed a contract to acquire land to expand its growing campus in Santa Clara, Calif., allowing the data center developer to add capacity in one of the industry’s most important markets.