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Thanks To GDPR, Data Privacy is as Important as Fresh Air and Clean Water

May 21, 2018

NEW YORK CITY, NY — If Europe is the next frontier for North American data center providers, then GDPR will make sure that it’s not like the Wild, Wild West. Despite the hurdles that GDPR may pose for average firm, the number of firms looking to Europe for new opportunities proves that there is much … Continue reading “Thanks To GDPR, Data Privacy is as Important as Fresh Air and Clean Water”

 

Despite Land & Labor Costs, NYC Remains Attractive Market Due to Population Density — But Look Out for Development Delays

May 21, 2018

NEW YORK CITY, NY – Incentives are a big part of the data center game, even if you want to build in a market that doesn’t have any. Because another market may try to poach you with their incentives before it’s too late. But that doesn’t mean that there aren’t plenty of other considerations to … Continue reading “Despite Land & Labor Costs, NYC Remains Attractive Market Due to Population Density — But Look Out for Development Delays”

 

Big Banks Say They’re Moving to the Cloud But Continue to Lease Significant Space From Digital Realty

May 18, 2018

NEW YORK, NY — Some workloads are not destined for the Cloud. And the same may be true for entire industries. At CapRE’s Seventh Annual Data Center Summit, we gathered a panel of regional insiders for a discussion on The End-User Approach to On-Prem, Hybrid, the Cloud, and Tomorrow’s Compute Needs and Initiatives, and moderator … Continue reading “Big Banks Say They’re Moving to the Cloud But Continue to Lease Significant Space From Digital Realty”

 

How Aggressive is the Capital Seeking Data Center Assets?

May 17, 2018

NEW YORK, NY – The data center investment landscape is always changing. As one kind of firm moves in, another moves out. And a whole lot goes on in between. So CapRE’s Seventh Annual New York Data Center Summit kicked off with a panel titled Greater New York Data Center Market 360: From Manhattan to … Continue reading “How Aggressive is the Capital Seeking Data Center Assets?”

 

LitBit’s Scott Noteboom: Expect to See AI Product 10x-100x Value

May 16, 2018

NEW YORK, NY — AI has a lot of implementations and a lot of connotations, especially regarding the data center industry. At CapRE’s Seventh Annual New York Data Center Summit, we welcomed a trio of regional data center insiders to talk about this buzzworthy topic, and after some discussion about the potential for AI in … Continue reading “LitBit’s Scott Noteboom: Expect to See AI Product 10x-100x Value”

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