Category: Los Angeles

What Will Scale First? 5G or Micro Data Centers?

Jan 18, 2019

LOS ANGELES, CA — CapRE’s Seventh Annual Southwest Data Center Summit: The Telecom Evolution featured a deep dive into the Edge. Life on The Edge: The Advent of 5G, Micro Data Centers & Evolution of the Next Generation was a close-up interview with two leading industry insiders, moderated by a fellow insider. Below we highlight […] more

LOS ANGELES, CA — CapRE’s Seventh Annual Southwest Data Center Summit: The Telecom Evolution featured a deep dive into the Edge. Life on The Edge: The Advent of 5G, Micro Data Centers & Evolution of the Next Generation was a close-up interview with two leading industry insiders, moderated by a fellow insider. Below we highlight […] more

“Cloud Is Not Negatively Impacting Colocation, It’s Supplementing It”

Jan 11, 2019

LOS ANGELES, CA — The opening session of CapRE’s Seventh Annual Southwest Data Center Summit: The Telecom Evolution was a Keynote Presentation by Jason Shepard, Founder & Managing Principal at Cresa MCS. Findings from Cresa MCS Annual Colocation Survey provided a snapshot in to the state of the industry, and as part of that discussion, […] more

LOS ANGELES, CA — The opening session of CapRE’s Seventh Annual Southwest Data Center Summit: The Telecom Evolution was a Keynote Presentation by Jason Shepard, Founder & Managing Principal at Cresa MCS. Findings from Cresa MCS Annual Colocation Survey provided a snapshot in to the state of the industry, and as part of that discussion, […] more

The Next Evolution: De-Centralized Data Centers?

Jan 9, 2019

LOS ANGELES, CA – When people talk about the intersection of Blockchain and the data center world, quite often the conversation is about what kind of infrastructure data centers need to accommodate data center demand. However, one topic that’s more under-the-radar is how Blockchain might actually become part of data center operations and management. CapRE’s […] more

LOS ANGELES, CA – When people talk about the intersection of Blockchain and the data center world, quite often the conversation is about what kind of infrastructure data centers need to accommodate data center demand. However, one topic that’s more under-the-radar is how Blockchain might actually become part of data center operations and management. CapRE’s […] more

Strategy in the Southwest: “Customers in Los Angeles Today Are Not the Same Ones from Ten Years Ago”

Jan 4, 2019

LOS ANGELES, CA – The Southern California data center arena isn’t exactly the easiest to sum up in a sentence or two. It’s got its strengths as well as its weaknesses, and a lot of firms want to be there. But that doesn’t mean they can make the deals pencil. That’s why CapRE’s Seventh Annual […] more

LOS ANGELES, CA – The Southern California data center arena isn’t exactly the easiest to sum up in a sentence or two. It’s got its strengths as well as its weaknesses, and a lot of firms want to be there. But that doesn’t mean they can make the deals pencil. That’s why CapRE’s Seventh Annual […] more

The Southwest Data Center Game: Campus Style Development May be the Winning Strategy

Dec 31, 2018

LOS ANGELES, CA – The Southern California data center arena isn’t exactly the easiest to sum up in a sentence or two. It’s got its strengths as well as its weaknesses, and a lot of firms want to be there. But that doesn’t mean they can make the deals pencil. That’s why CapRE’s Seventh Annual […] more

LOS ANGELES, CA – The Southern California data center arena isn’t exactly the easiest to sum up in a sentence or two. It’s got its strengths as well as its weaknesses, and a lot of firms want to be there. But that doesn’t mean they can make the deals pencil. That’s why CapRE’s Seventh Annual […] more