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Up-Close with Tod Sword, Southern California Edison: California is Tough, But the People and Content are There

Oct 18, 2018

LOS ANGELES, CA — Power is part of any conversation about data centers in Southern California. And that’s why CapRE’s recent event, the Seventh Annual Southwest Data Center Summit: The Telecom Evolution, which focused largely on the region immediately surrounding Los Angeles, honed in on just that, with a Q&A titled Up-Close with Southern California … Continue reading “Up-Close with Tod Sword, Southern California Edison: California is Tough, But the People and Content are There”

 

The State of Colocation: If You’re a Large Data Center, You’re Trying to Get Out of CA

Oct 17, 2018

LOS ANGELES, CA — The opening session of CapRE’s Seventh Annual Southwest Data Center Summit: The Telecom Evolution last week 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 to kick off … Continue reading “The State of Colocation: If You’re a Large Data Center, You’re Trying to Get Out of CA”

 

Considering its Population and Connectivity, the LA Market is Under-Served

Oct 16, 2018

LOS ANGELES, CA – Southern California is not the easiest data center market to break into. However it has a lot of draws to push past the barriers – with perhaps the most important aspect being its connectivity. And that’s why CapRE’s Seventh Annual Southwest Data Center Summit: The Telecom Evolution featured a panel all … Continue reading “Considering its Population and Connectivity, the LA Market is Under-Served”

 

Will Southern California’s Growing Data Center & Compute Demands Lead to an Explosion of New Edge, Micro Data Centers and Microgrids?

Oct 14, 2018

The Data Center Industry has been exploding across the country/globe! In most markets we can’t build data centers fast enough (it’s been great for VERTIV and our entire Ecosystem). Yet in Southern California, our nation’s second largest city (with over 23 Million people), the data center ecosystem has been shrinking/leaving for 10 consecutive years! Southern … Continue reading “Will Southern California’s Growing Data Center & Compute Demands Lead to an Explosion of New Edge, Micro Data Centers and Microgrids?”

 

Q&A with T5’s Aaron Wangenheim: Hurdles to Entry in LA Mean Strong Coming Years for Current Players

Oct 9, 2018

LOS ANGELES, CA — As the Chief Operating Officer for T5 Data Centers, Aaron provides leadership, strategy and management for T5 Data Centers. Aaron manages the performance of T5’s existing assets ensuring quality, efficiency, consistency and cost effectiveness in all aspects of operations within T5 Data Centers. Additionally, Aaron is responsible for all customer-facing activities, … Continue reading “Q&A with T5’s Aaron Wangenheim: Hurdles to Entry in LA Mean Strong Coming Years for Current Players”

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