Category: Data Centers

CAPRE’s Boston Data Center & Cloud Infrastructure Summit Preview: Jeff Klaus Delivers the View from Intel

Jun 13, 2019

BOSTON, MA — As General Manager of Intel® Data Center Management Solutions, Jeff Klaus leads a global team that designs, builds, sells and supports Data Center Management software solutions through an extensive distribution network. Since joining Intel in 2000, Klaus built and maintains the largest global ecosystem of middleware solutions through Server Hardware OEMs, Software […] more

BOSTON, MA — As General Manager of Intel® Data Center Management Solutions, Jeff Klaus leads a global team that designs, builds, sells and supports Data Center Management software solutions through an extensive distribution network. Since joining Intel in 2000, Klaus built and maintains the largest global ecosystem of middleware solutions through Server Hardware OEMs, Software […] more

CAPRE’s Boston Data Center & Cloud Infrastructure Summit Preview: Boundary Street Capital’s Rashad Kawmy Says Boston May Be Second Tier, But Still Has Its Strengths

Jun 11, 2019

BOSTON, MA — Mr. Rashad Kawmy is a Managing Partner and Co-Founder of Boundary Street Capital Partners, a private credit fund focused exclusively on lending to growing businesses in the communications infrastructure and technology sectors. Boundary Street provides all forms of debt capital to emerging data center, fiber, tower and IT services businesses in the […] more

BOSTON, MA — Mr. Rashad Kawmy is a Managing Partner and Co-Founder of Boundary Street Capital Partners, a private credit fund focused exclusively on lending to growing businesses in the communications infrastructure and technology sectors. Boundary Street provides all forms of debt capital to emerging data center, fiber, tower and IT services businesses in the […] more

Up Close with Flexential’s Chris Downie at CAPRE’s Carolinas Data Center Summit “The Industry Has Evolved, But We’re Still in Early Innings”

May 31, 2019

CHARLOTTE, NC – One of the hallmark sessions of CAPRE’s Carolinas Data Center Summit was an up-close Q&A with Christopher Downie, Chief Executive Officer and Board Member at Flexential, formerly Peak 10 + ViaWest. Moderated by CAPRE’s President and Founder Brian Klebash, the session kicked off with a broad question for Downie about his perspective […] more

CHARLOTTE, NC – One of the hallmark sessions of CAPRE’s Carolinas Data Center Summit was an up-close Q&A with Christopher Downie, Chief Executive Officer and Board Member at Flexential, formerly Peak 10 + ViaWest. Moderated by CAPRE’s President and Founder Brian Klebash, the session kicked off with a broad question for Downie about his perspective […] more

CAPRE Exclusive: CBRE’s Ben Rojahn Talks New Construction, Capital Markets, Demand, Supply and M&A at CAPRE’s Carolinas Data Center Summit

May 30, 2019

CHARLOTTE, NC – CAPRE’s Carolinas Data Center Summit put its best foot forward by kicking off with a keynote address by Ben Rojahn, Vice-President at CBRE. “State of the Data Center Industry in North Carolina, South Carolina and Emerging Southeast Markets” started broadly before zooming into the regional landscape, and below we highlight some of […] more

CHARLOTTE, NC – CAPRE’s Carolinas Data Center Summit put its best foot forward by kicking off with a keynote address by Ben Rojahn, Vice-President at CBRE. “State of the Data Center Industry in North Carolina, South Carolina and Emerging Southeast Markets” started broadly before zooming into the regional landscape, and below we highlight some of […] more

CAPRE Exclusive: Data Center Insiders Talk Changing Lease Terms and Requirements

May 28, 2019

NEW YORK, NY — In the infancy of the data center industry, deal sizes were typically 1-2 megawatts. However, with rapidly growing end-user compute needs over the year, which also supported the advent of Cloud and hyperscale data centers, deals have become larger and more complex – and many people are still trying to orient […] more

NEW YORK, NY — In the infancy of the data center industry, deal sizes were typically 1-2 megawatts. However, with rapidly growing end-user compute needs over the year, which also supported the advent of Cloud and hyperscale data centers, deals have become larger and more complex – and many people are still trying to orient […] more