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The Silicon Valley data center market is entering a dynamic new phase of growth and competition, featuring new providers and a robust cycle of new construction. A new special report outlines what sets the second largest data center market in the U.S. apart.
CyrusOne has begun construction on a 144-megawatt data center campus in Santa Clara, which will feature on-site power generation. The project will be the first for CyrusOne in Silicon Valley.
STACK Infrastructure has launched a new brand and data center platform play, with the backing of IPI Data Center Partners and assets acquired from Infomart and T5 Data Centers.
Data center developer EdgeCore Internet Real Estate is entering the Santa Clara market, where it plans to create a campus featuring 550,000 SF of data centers and 80 megawatts of capacity.
RagingWire Data Centers plans to build a 16-megawatt data center in Santa Clara, providing it with a footprint in the strategically important Silicon Valley market.
Vantage Data Centers has completed construction of its final data center at its Santa Clara campus, bringing 15 megawatts of capacity online in a supply-constrained Silicon Valley market.
Digital Realty has bought property in Silicon Valley and Northern Virginia, extending its blueprint for long-term growth in two key cloud computing hubs.