Category: Computing

Carry On Wayward Leasing Executives….the Data Center is Far From Dead

Jul 12, 2019

BOSTON, MA — If anything’s certain in the data center industry, it’s uncertainty. This industry is changing in many aspects, and so of course the way that deals are struck and cemented will follow suit. This was the crux of one of the signature panels at CapRE’s recent Boston & New England Data Center & […] more

BOSTON, MA — If anything’s certain in the data center industry, it’s uncertainty. This industry is changing in many aspects, and so of course the way that deals are struck and cemented will follow suit. This was the crux of one of the signature panels at CapRE’s recent Boston & New England Data Center & […] more

CAPRE Exclusive | The Cloud On-Ramp Game: Clients are Changing, Deals are Changing, But It’s All About Connections & Flexibility

Jul 11, 2019

BOSTON, MA – CAPRE’s Data Center Summits are all about connections – both figuratively and literally. That’s why panel discussions about cloud on-ramps and connectivity have become a staple of CAPRE’s events. CAPRE’s Third Annual Greater Boston Data Center & Cloud Infrastructure Summit was the latest iteration of that panel, and it kicked off with […] more

BOSTON, MA – CAPRE’s Data Center Summits are all about connections – both figuratively and literally. That’s why panel discussions about cloud on-ramps and connectivity have become a staple of CAPRE’s events. CAPRE’s Third Annual Greater Boston Data Center & Cloud Infrastructure Summit was the latest iteration of that panel, and it kicked off with […] 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

Up-Close with QTS: Sean Baillie, Chief of Staff, Talks Disruptive Technologies in DCIM

Mar 1, 2019

DULLES, VA – Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) is a foundational, if dynamic, element of any Data Center Summit held by CAPRE, and that’s why CAPRE’s 2019 Data Center & Cloud Infrastructure Forecast East featured a panel titled Innovations in DCIM: How AI, IoT & Blockchain Are Changing the Operations Game. This featured a snapshot […] more

DULLES, VA – Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) is a foundational, if dynamic, element of any Data Center Summit held by CAPRE, and that’s why CAPRE’s 2019 Data Center & Cloud Infrastructure Forecast East featured a panel titled Innovations in DCIM: How AI, IoT & Blockchain Are Changing the Operations Game. This featured a snapshot […] more