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Q&A with Ben Rojahn, CBRE: Carolinas Have Been Choppy, But Existing Players Want to Reinforce Their Positions

Dec 21, 2018

CHARLOTTE, NC – Ben Rojahn leads the Advisory & Transaction Service Group of CBRE’s Charlotte office.  As a member of CBRE’s Data Center Solutions, Ben collaborates with a global network of CBRE teammates who continually refine their business strategies and processes to better serve owners and users of data centers, colocation facilities, and other communications infrastructure. … Continue reading “Q&A with Ben Rojahn, CBRE: Carolinas Have Been Choppy, But Existing Players Want to Reinforce Their Positions”

 

ANEXIO’s Tony Pompliano: More and More Customers Don’t Need 100% Availability

Jul 19, 2018

NORTH CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA – CapRE’s 2018 Southeast Data Center Spring Update, kicked off with a panel discussion titled Carolinas Data Center Market 360: An Overview of Regional Development, Site Selection Advantages and Leasing Trends. After the quartet of panelists had discussed various aspects of the Carolinas, from power to cooling to the climate to … Continue reading “ANEXIO’s Tony Pompliano: More and More Customers Don’t Need 100% Availability”

 

Will the Crypto-Market Respond to Negative Perception of Blockchain?

Jul 17, 2018

NORTH CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA — Blockchain data centers are pushing the envelope, and that means that they’re setting new standards. At CapRE’s Southeast Data Center Spring 2018 Update, we invited Allan Williamson, Principal of At Home Crypto LLC and Nathan Porter, Partner at Cryptos Managed, to offer insight into what blockchain and crypto-currencies will mean for … Continue reading “Will the Crypto-Market Respond to Negative Perception of Blockchain?”

 

How Do Data Center Developers Approach Covering the Cost of Outages?

Jul 16, 2018

NORTH CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA – CapRE’s 2018 Southeast Data Center Spring Update, kicked off with a panel discussion titled Carolinas Data Center Market 360: An Overview of Regional Development, Site Selection Advantages and Leasing Trends. After the quartet of panelists had discussed various aspects of the Carolinas, from power to cooling to the climate to … Continue reading “How Do Data Center Developers Approach Covering the Cost of Outages?”

 

Blockchain Has Lots of Potential — And Potential Problems

Jul 11, 2018

NORTH CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA — Blockchain data centers are pushing the envelope, and that means that they’re setting new standards. At CapRE’s Southeast Data Center Spring 2018 Update, we invited Allan Williamson, Principal of At Home Crypto LLC and Nathan Porter, Partner at Cryptos Managed, to offer insight into what blockchain and crypto-currencies will mean for … Continue reading “Blockchain Has Lots of Potential — And Potential Problems”

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