Category: News

CAPRE Exclusive: AI ANYWHERE: Removing Data Center Barriers and Democratizing AI Capabilities for All

On November 17, 2020 CAPRE & ScaleMatrix teamed up for an innovative virtual session to explore the roadmap of the future data center. Together, the two teams explored a pair of key topics along those lines. First, they discussed building a competitive advantage with advanced computing solutions — how they are being used, who is […] more

On November 17, 2020 CAPRE & ScaleMatrix teamed up for an innovative virtual session to explore the roadmap of the future data center. Together, the two teams explored a pair of key topics along those lines. First, they discussed building a competitive advantage with advanced computing solutions — how they are being used, who is […] more

CAPRE’s Exclusive: An Introduction to Embodied Carbon & EC3, and Microsoft’s Journey with Carbon Reduction

Construction is one of the most carbon-intensive industries. Concrete production, for example, contributes an estimated 8% of global carbon emissions. Not surprisingly, low-carbon building materials and innovative construction processes are vital in today’s world and in pursuit of the Paris Climate Accord’s carbon reduction targets. This is why, CAPRE & Skansa co-presented an important webinar, […] more

Construction is one of the most carbon-intensive industries. Concrete production, for example, contributes an estimated 8% of global carbon emissions. Not surprisingly, low-carbon building materials and innovative construction processes are vital in today’s world and in pursuit of the Paris Climate Accord’s carbon reduction targets. This is why, CAPRE & Skansa co-presented an important webinar, […] more

CAPRE International Data Center Series Exclusive: Is Carbon Reduction Currently in Your Data Center Construction Strategy?

Construction is one of the most carbon-intensive industries. Concrete production, for example, contributes an estimated 8% of global carbon emissions. Not surprisingly, low-carbon building materials and innovative construction processes are vital in today’s world and in pursuit of the Paris Climate Accord’s carbon reduction targets. This is why, CAPRE & Skansa co-presented an important webinar, […] more

Construction is one of the most carbon-intensive industries. Concrete production, for example, contributes an estimated 8% of global carbon emissions. Not surprisingly, low-carbon building materials and innovative construction processes are vital in today’s world and in pursuit of the Paris Climate Accord’s carbon reduction targets. This is why, CAPRE & Skansa co-presented an important webinar, […] more

CAPRE’s Exclusive: Student Housing Insiders Discuss Capital Markets Environment for Q4 and 2021 Outlook

NEW YORK, NY – On November 16, CAPRE convened the Student Housing Industry Q4 Roundup and Outlook for 2021, which convened student housing industry c-suite executives for a discussion of the rapid changes, different views, and unique lessons learned to come out of the Fall 2020 semester, which commenced amid a global pandemic. The second […] more

NEW YORK, NY – On November 16, CAPRE convened the Student Housing Industry Q4 Roundup and Outlook for 2021, which convened student housing industry c-suite executives for a discussion of the rapid changes, different views, and unique lessons learned to come out of the Fall 2020 semester, which commenced amid a global pandemic. The second […] more

CAPRE Exclusive: Student Housing Insiders Describe ‘Moderate’ Impact on Fall Leasing and Fewer Investment Sales in 2020, but Optimistic for Vaccine and New Year

NEW YORK, NY — November 16 was a landmark day for CAPRE, who hosted the Student Housing Industry Q4 Roundup and Outlook for 2021, which convened student housing industry c-suite executives for a discussion of the rapid changes, different views, and unique lessons learned to come out of the Fall 2020 semester, which commenced amid […] more

NEW YORK, NY — November 16 was a landmark day for CAPRE, who hosted the Student Housing Industry Q4 Roundup and Outlook for 2021, which convened student housing industry c-suite executives for a discussion of the rapid changes, different views, and unique lessons learned to come out of the Fall 2020 semester, which commenced amid […] more