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“Cloud Is Not Negatively Impacting Colocation, It’s Supplementing It”

Jan 11, 2019

LOS ANGELES, CA — The opening session of CapRE’s Seventh Annual Southwest Data Center Summit: The Telecom Evolution 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 as part of that discussion, … Continue reading ““Cloud Is Not Negatively Impacting Colocation, It’s Supplementing It””

 

Sami Badri, Credit Suisse Explains Direct and Indirect Beneficiaries of 5G

Jan 10, 2019

SEATTLE, WA – CapRE has often welcomed Sami Badri, Senior Analyst at Credit Suisse to speak at our Data Center Summits, in which he has recently focused on outlining a handful of forces that will accelerate cloud demand in the future. Fortunately for us, Badri was willing to serve as Keynote Speaker at CapRE’s Fourth … Continue reading “Sami Badri, Credit Suisse Explains Direct and Indirect Beneficiaries of 5G”

 

Vantage Acquires 50 Acres in Goodyear AZ for Mega Data Center

Jan 9, 2019

SANTA CLARA, CA — Vantage Data Centers has acquired 50 acres of land in the Greater Phoenix area to build a mega-scale data center campus. Phoenix represents the company’s sixth data center market, up from two markets 12 months ago, following its expansion into Northern Virginia and recently announced expansion into Montréal and Québec City … Continue reading “Vantage Acquires 50 Acres in Goodyear AZ for Mega Data Center”

 

Vancouver Might Give an Investor Pause, But There’s a Lot of Pent Up Demand

Jan 8, 2019

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA – CapRE’s inaugural Vancouver Data Center Summit kicked off with a round-table titled Greater Vancouver Data Center Market 360: A Big Picture Overview, and Making Sense of Recent M&A Activity, the Ins-and-Outs of Deals, and What it Means for the Industry. Below, we cover a brief Q&A between moderator Brian Klebash, CEO … Continue reading “Vancouver Might Give an Investor Pause, But There’s a Lot of Pent Up Demand”

 

The Southwest Data Center Game: Campus Style Development May be the Winning Strategy

Dec 31, 2018

LOS ANGELES, CA – The Southern California data center arena isn’t exactly the easiest to sum up in a sentence or two. It’s got its strengths as well as its weaknesses, and a lot of firms want to be there. But that doesn’t mean they can make the deals pencil. That’s why CapRE’s Seventh Annual … Continue reading “The Southwest Data Center Game: Campus Style Development May be the Winning Strategy”

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