CAPRE’s Data Center Round Up for October 23, 2019
Check out the latest in deals, development and disruptive technology in the data center industry for October 23, 2019: CBRE’s New “Converged Data Center” Model Adds Technology Services To Suite Of Data Center Solutions: CBRE has expanded its Data Center Solutions offering to include an additional range of technology services. CBRE’s Global Workplace Solutions (GWS) business now manages and maintains both data center technology physical infrastructure—hardware and software (e.g., servers, storage, racks)—and data center facilities (e.g., UPS and HVAC). In addition, the Converged Data Center model encompasses services across the full real estate and IT lifecycle, including those in the Advisory and Project Management disciplines, such as: consulting, capital financing, site selection, development and project management, technology workload migration, and disposition of facilities. The integrated offering of technology and facilities management as well as advisory services is called the “Converged Data Center” model. IXcellerate Doubles Capacities with a Royal Opening of Second Data Center: IXcellerate has announced the opening of Moscow Two, its second Russia-based data center. With the commissioned new capacities, the number of racks provided by IXcellerate totals 3315, earning the company a top-3 position amongst Russia’s largest commercial data centers. IXcellerate's Moscow Two Data Centre was built in a record time of 6 months. It is fully operational and meets all necessary international standards. At the time of opening, over 85% of capacity had been reserved by current and new customers. The growing demand for IXcellerate’s colocation…
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