Category: Washington, D.C.

JLL’s Allen Tucker: Be Strategic When Evaluating Cost of Land, Remember Site Work

Sep 29, 2017

Ashburn, VA – In a recent CapRE insider report with JLL’s Allen Tucker, we mentioned a couple of hot ticket items on the provider side in the data center industry, specifically as it regards to the Ashburn Virginia market. In this piece, we continued that conversation with Tucker, really honing into the details as they […] more

Ashburn, VA – In a recent CapRE insider report with JLL’s Allen Tucker, we mentioned a couple of hot ticket items on the provider side in the data center industry, specifically as it regards to the Ashburn Virginia market. In this piece, we continued that conversation with Tucker, really honing into the details as they […] more

To Ashburn and Beyond: Data Center Frontier’s Rich Miller: National Site Selection Comes Down to Latency

Sep 29, 2017

ASHBURN, VA – Rich Miller is the Founder and Editor of Data Center Frontier. Rich writes about the places where the Internet lives, telling the story of data centers and the people who build them. Rich does in-depth reporting and interviews the CEOs, managers and data center professionals that are on the forefront of the […] more

ASHBURN, VA – Rich Miller is the Founder and Editor of Data Center Frontier. Rich writes about the places where the Internet lives, telling the story of data centers and the people who build them. Rich does in-depth reporting and interviews the CEOs, managers and data center professionals that are on the forefront of the […] more

What Are the Lowest-Hanging Fruit for Cloud Migration?

Sep 29, 2017

ASHBURN, VA – As more and more workloads migrate to the Cloud, it can be easy to forget that different industries, different sized business, and different workloads will (or won’t) make that migration at different speed. At a recent CapRE event in Ashburn, we spoke with some data center industry insiders from the mid-Atlantic about […] more

ASHBURN, VA – As more and more workloads migrate to the Cloud, it can be easy to forget that different industries, different sized business, and different workloads will (or won’t) make that migration at different speed. At a recent CapRE event in Ashburn, we spoke with some data center industry insiders from the mid-Atlantic about […] more

Data Center Power Generation Roundtable: States Reinventing Energy Delivery Since Hurricane Sandy

Sep 29, 2017

ASHBURN, VA – At a recent CapRE event in mid-September, we had the pleasure of welcoming five data center insiders to a roundtable discussion called Innovations in Data Center Power Generation, Reliability and Competitive Pricing. Among the topics of discussion were how the energy sector, on many levels, has changed markedly since Hurricane Sandy. Below […] more

ASHBURN, VA – At a recent CapRE event in mid-September, we had the pleasure of welcoming five data center insiders to a roundtable discussion called Innovations in Data Center Power Generation, Reliability and Competitive Pricing. Among the topics of discussion were how the energy sector, on many levels, has changed markedly since Hurricane Sandy. Below […] more

Anexio’s Tony Pompliano on Data Center M&A: “Growing Goliaths” Are Own Worst Enemy

Sep 28, 2017

ASHBURN, VA – Data center M&A activity is by far the most newsworthy (and disruptive) force in our sector right now. At the very least it’s becoming a centerpiece of insider discussions. So we recently connected with Tony Pompliano, CEO at Anexio, for his thought on all of this M&A activity, and how his firm […] more

ASHBURN, VA – Data center M&A activity is by far the most newsworthy (and disruptive) force in our sector right now. At the very least it’s becoming a centerpiece of insider discussions. So we recently connected with Tony Pompliano, CEO at Anexio, for his thought on all of this M&A activity, and how his firm […] more