CAPRE’s Data Center Round Up for November 25, 2019

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Check out the latest in deals, development and disruptive technology in the data center industry for November 25, 2019: Host in Ireland Releases Q3 Irish Data Centre Market Report Update: Host in Ireland has released its latest market update, which finds that data centre investment and construction announcements continue at a steady pace over Q3 2019. "Ireland now boasts 54 data centers with 642 megawatts of grid-connected power capacity. This represents an increase of 20 MW with the opening of one new data centre in Q3," reads the report. "If the smaller private facilities are excluded, this equates to about 622 MW of cloud and managed services capacity. While Hyperscale remains the dominant data centre type, with 73% of capacity, the colocation wholesale market has grown from almost zero to 12% in the past three years." Host in Ireland predicts that demand for data centres will continue to grow internationally, centred on consume rand economic needs. TES United States will Invest $1.29 Million USD to establish IT Asset Disposition Center in Spotsylvania County: TES, a global provider of IT lifecycle services, will invest $1.29 million to establish an IT asset disposition center in Spotsylvania County, VA. Virginia successfully competed with Delaware and Maryland for the project, which will create 25 new jobs. Companies like TES help strengthen the Commonwealth’s reputation as one of the nation’s largest tech hubs for companies of all sizes,” said Gov. Ralph Northam. “Much of Virginia’s…