STACK Infrastructure has lined up $400 million through the sale of securitized notes, the latest in four transactions that have raised $1.8 billion to build more data centers as it expands across U.S. markets.
Local stakeholders and community members can sometimes be overlooked in data center site selection, but they can be the data center operator’s most important ally. Stack Infrastructure and Data Center Frontier finish up a new special report series.
Data centers require reliable, robust and scalable network connections. These needs should be considered early in the planning process. A new Data Center Frontier report series continues to explore the ins and outs of data center site selection.
Data center developers continue to deploy more capacity, as the digital economy races to keep pace with demand for more capacity due to pandemic-driven societal shifts. Here’s a roundup of this week’s development and finance news.
Data centers require lots of power, and users need to understand local utilities and their capacity and reliability. That’s why knowing the grid is crucial in data center site selection.
A data center is a long-term investment, and choosing a location requires being sensitive both the needs of the business and the surrounding community. A new special report series, courtesy of Stack Infrastructure,, looks at 5 keys to success in data center site selection.
STACK Infrastructure has lined up $325 million in low-cost debt to fund new construction, including a 32-megawatt data center in San Jose that has been fully pre-leased.
Lee Kestler, Aligned and Amazon Web Services were among those honored as the Northern Virginia Technology Council recognized the industry’s accomplishments at its 2020 Virginia Data Center Awards.
STACK Infrastructure has bought land for a data center campus in Avondale, Arizona, which could reach 1 million square feet of build-out. It’s the latest in a cluster of data centers around Goodyear.
STACK Infrastructure will expand its data center campus in Silicon Valley, adding a 32-megawatt facility adjacent to its current building in San Jose.