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Green Energy in Arizona: It’s Not Politics, It’s Business

Jan 26, 2018

PHOENIX, AZ – At our recent Southwest Data Center Summit in Phoenix, we connected with a pair of regional leaders about the state of green energy in Arizona. We asked them, what green opportunities in Southwest exist to try to bring more firms to the region, and how might any changes to Arizona policy impact … Continue reading “Green Energy in Arizona: It’s Not Politics, It’s Business”

 

The Next Stage of the “Edge Storm” — Southwest Data Center Insiders Define the Edge, 5G, Micro Data Centers & More

Jan 10, 2018

PHOENIX, AZ — The edge is here to stay, and the data center industry is responding. However, the edge is anything but a monolithic entity, and it has many moving parts. It’s also distinct from many other technologies that enable speed or low latency. At our Southwest Data Center Summit in Phoenix this fall, we … Continue reading “The Next Stage of the “Edge Storm” — Southwest Data Center Insiders Define the Edge, 5G, Micro Data Centers & More”

 

Debating Phoenix Data Center Markets: Mesa, Chandler & More Competing for Development Deals

Jan 4, 2018

PHOENIX, AZ — Phoenix is on the eyes of a lot of people right now. As a result, it has propped up a building boom in many area sub-markets as developers have built up to keep pace. Developers who have recently acquired land in the phoenix area include EdgeConneX, who bought 47 acres in Mesa, … Continue reading “Debating Phoenix Data Center Markets: Mesa, Chandler & More Competing for Development Deals”

 

Connectivity Between Arizona and Mexico Would Have Benefits Beyond Data Center Arena

Dec 20, 2017

PHOENIX, AZ — At CapRE’s recent Southwest Data Center Summit in Phoenix, we convened half a dozen leading data center insiders for a panel called Special Focus: Arizona’s Position as a Jumping Point for Central and South American Data Center Connectivity. Below, in the third part in a series of Insider Reports covering this exciting … Continue reading “Connectivity Between Arizona and Mexico Would Have Benefits Beyond Data Center Arena”

 

Customers Want Partner in Energy Companies, say Southwest Data Center Insiders

Dec 14, 2017

PHOENIX, AZ — Power is the biggest consumable for a data center. And cooling is another huge issue – perhaps right behind it. And there have been lot of notable announcements from large firms like Facebook about plans to go all renewable, all clean energy. At our recent Southwest Data Center Summit in Phoenix, we … Continue reading “Customers Want Partner in Energy Companies, say Southwest Data Center Insiders”

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