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Q&A with Avison Young’s James Cali: Working with State Governments, Hybrid Solutions, and Emerging Markets at Home and Overseas

Jun 28, 2017

MORRISTOWN, New Jersey – James Cali, Principal and Managing Director, Avison Young will be a featured speaker at CapRate’s upcoming Fifth Annual Washington, D.C. & Mid-Atlantic Data Center Summit in mid-September. To get the conversation started, Cali provided an exclusive with CapRate about his recent activity working with public sector agencies as well as what … Continue reading “Q&A with Avison Young’s James Cali: Working with State Governments, Hybrid Solutions, and Emerging Markets at Home and Overseas”

 

Matt Palese, Senior Director for Equinix says “Wholesalers Winning Deals” in Flight to Cloud

Jun 27, 2017

CHICAGO, Illinois – As enterprise steadily moves to the Cloud, there are winners and losers, but some are of the mind that the real winners are wholesale providers that are providing the large footprints for the hyperscalers trying to keep up or stay ahead of the demand. Matt Palese, Senior Director at Equinix, expounds on this … Continue reading “Matt Palese, Senior Director for Equinix says “Wholesalers Winning Deals” in Flight to Cloud”

 

DataGryd Data Centers’s Peter Feldman on on Why the Tri-State Region Doesn’t See Many Hyperscale Tenants

NEW YORK, New York – The Tri-State region hasn’t seen much in the way of hyperscale tenants, and many insiders across the industry have been asking, is there a reason for that? CAPRE caught up with Peter Feldman, CEO & Principal, DataGryd Data Centers LLC to get his thoughts on this issue. “It’s very confusing … Continue reading “DataGryd Data Centers’s Peter Feldman on on Why the Tri-State Region Doesn’t See Many Hyperscale Tenants”

 

Human Error in the Data Center Industry: How to Prevent it and Deal With it

CHICAGO, Illinois – Most problems in data centers involve human error. Someone hitting the wrong button, somebody pulling the wrong cord, someone leaning on something. From an operations standpoint, the million dollar question for a data center engineer is pretty easy to guess. How do you ensure proper training to prevent human error, and how … Continue reading “Human Error in the Data Center Industry: How to Prevent it and Deal With it”

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