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Is Fiber is More Critical than Power in Site Selection Near NYC?

Jul 20, 2018

NEW YORK CITY, NY – Power costs are a big part of the data center equation. Some may even say that it’s the single-most important building block. However, in some regions, fiber is giving power a run for its money. So at CapRE’s 7th Annual New York Data Center Summit, a significant portion of the … Continue reading “Is Fiber is More Critical than Power in Site Selection Near NYC?”

 

What Will the Edge Look Like in Five Years?

Jul 19, 2018

NEW YORK, NY – 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 Orange County, What Firms are Actively Developing, Investing & Why? While the discussion was a broad look at activity across the country, one topic in particular truly … Continue reading “What Will the Edge Look Like in Five Years?”

 

Josh Williams, SingleHop: Small to Mid-Size Enterprises Pushing as Much to the Cloud as Possible

Jul 18, 2018

NEW YORK, NY — At the Seventh Annual New York City Data Center Summit this Spring, CapRE 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. While much of the conversation focused on which applications should go where, a member … Continue reading “Josh Williams, SingleHop: Small to Mid-Size Enterprises Pushing as Much to the Cloud as Possible”

 

Eastern Consolidated to Close Doors This Month

Jul 17, 2018

NEW YORK, NY — The Commercial Observer is reporting that the Eastern Consolidated, storied full-service commercial real estate brokerage firm based in Manhattan, will cease operations and close its doors by August 1. Despite months of whispers about a possible sale of the firm, Hauspurg and Paris made the official announcement at a company-wide meeting … Continue reading “Eastern Consolidated to Close Doors This Month”

 

What Percent of Workloads Will Ultimately Reside in the Cloud? NYC Insiders Offer Predictions

Jul 17, 2018

NEW YORK, NY — At the Seventh Annual New York City Data Center Summit this Spring, CapRE 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. While much of the conversation focused on which applications should go where, Moderator David … Continue reading “What Percent of Workloads Will Ultimately Reside in the Cloud? NYC Insiders Offer Predictions”

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