CAPRE Digital Infrastructure Weekly Roundup for October 12: Top Stories in Hyperscale, Colocation, Edge, 5G & Networking

Switch Remains in the Top 10 for Corporate Clean Energy Use in Solar Energy Industries Association's Annual Report: Switch (NYSE: SWCH), the global technology infrastructure corporation, today announced that it has again been named in the Top 10 of global-leading companies for its investment in utilizing solar energy in the Solar Energy Industries Association's (SEIA) annual Solar Means Business report. Switch is the only colocation data center technology company to be named in the Top 10. The Solar Means Business Report is produced annually by SEIA and follows solar adoption by businesses across the U.S., ranging from some of the country's largest and most recognizable brands to small businesses in all 50 states. SEIA is the national trade association for the U.S. solar industry and embodies the innovation and entrepreneurship that defines solar energy. Long-time Telecom Executive and Corporate Governance Leader Liane Pelletier to Join Switch Board of Directors: Switch (NYSE: SWCH), the global technology infrastructure corporation, today announced the appointment of Liane Pelletier to its Board of Directors, effective November 4, 2020. Ms. Pelletier brings over 25 years of leadership experience in the telecom industry and over 17 years in corporate governance. Prior to joining the Switch Board of Directors, Ms. Pelletier's operating career in telecom centered in both Fortune 500 and smaller firms including CEO, President and Chairman of Alaska Communications, followed by a long career at Sprint in several executive positions. In 2017, she earned a professional…