CAPRE Conference Coverage

Anexio’s Tony Pompliano on Data Center M&A: “Growing Goliaths” Are Own Worst Enemy

Sep 28, 2017

ASHBURN, VA – Data center M&A activity is by far the most newsworthy (and disruptive) force in our sector right now. At the very least it’s becoming a centerpiece of insider discussions. So we recently connected with Tony Pompliano, CEO at Anexio, for his thought on all of this M&A activity, and how his firm […] more

ASHBURN, VA – Data center M&A activity is by far the most newsworthy (and disruptive) force in our sector right now. At the very least it’s becoming a centerpiece of insider discussions. So we recently connected with Tony Pompliano, CEO at Anexio, for his thought on all of this M&A activity, and how his firm […] more

Texas Data Center Summit Preview: JLL’s Bo Bond Bullish on Market, Says Diversification Pushing Data Centers to Success

Sep 28, 2017

DALLAS, TX  – Bo Bond is Managing Director and Co-Leader of JLL’s global Data Center Solutions practice team. He is a recognized leader in the real estate industry whose knowledge of technical issues, infrastructure, and labor assessment has allowed him to develop the unique skill set required for mission critical and contact center requirements.  Bo works […] more

DALLAS, TX  – Bo Bond is Managing Director and Co-Leader of JLL’s global Data Center Solutions practice team. He is a recognized leader in the real estate industry whose knowledge of technical issues, infrastructure, and labor assessment has allowed him to develop the unique skill set required for mission critical and contact center requirements.  Bo works […] more

The Future of Data Center Operations Management: Proactive vs Reactive Services

Sep 28, 2017

ATLANTA, GA – Data center operations management can get a boring rap. Saving costs. Decreasing risk. The talk of bureaucrats. But based on our recent conversations in the space, specifically in the Southeast, it seems that data center operations management is experiencing a bit of a renaissance. So we connected with a handful of Atlanta […] more

ATLANTA, GA – Data center operations management can get a boring rap. Saving costs. Decreasing risk. The talk of bureaucrats. But based on our recent conversations in the space, specifically in the Southeast, it seems that data center operations management is experiencing a bit of a renaissance. So we connected with a handful of Atlanta […] more

Ashburn Data Center Insiders: Energy Sector Facing Significant Challenges and Changes

Sep 28, 2017

ASHBURN, VA – At a recent CapRE event in mid-September, we had the pleasure of welcoming five Ashburn data center insiders to a roundtable discussion called Innovations in Data Center Power Generation, Reliability and Competitive Pricing. Among the topics of discussion were how the energy sector, on many levels, has changed markedly since Hurricane Sandy. […] more

ASHBURN, VA – At a recent CapRE event in mid-September, we had the pleasure of welcoming five Ashburn data center insiders to a roundtable discussion called Innovations in Data Center Power Generation, Reliability and Competitive Pricing. Among the topics of discussion were how the energy sector, on many levels, has changed markedly since Hurricane Sandy. […] more

Equinix’s Charles Meyers: Cloud is an Immense Upside Opportunity; GDPR Will Driver Broader Geographic Footprints

Sep 27, 2017

ATLANTA, GA – Charles Meyers joined Equinix in 2010, and today he leads the strategic business teams that drive company growth by focusing on the future needs of customers and partners. The Strategy, Services and Innovation (SSI) unit includes Product Management, Engineering, office of the Chief Technology Officer, Business Development, Corporate Strategy and Tech Ventures. […] more

ATLANTA, GA – Charles Meyers joined Equinix in 2010, and today he leads the strategic business teams that drive company growth by focusing on the future needs of customers and partners. The Strategy, Services and Innovation (SSI) unit includes Product Management, Engineering, office of the Chief Technology Officer, Business Development, Corporate Strategy and Tech Ventures. […] more

Inside the Mechanics of UL’s Data Center Certification Program

Sep 27, 2017

CHICAGO, IL – In May, UL announced a partnership with Environmental Systems Design Consulting (ESD). Together, they will develop a new data center certification program. This program aims to provide end-user transparency, provider accountability and proper data center documentation to mitigate operational risk. UL’s 3223 standard will serve as the basis of this program. At […] more

CHICAGO, IL – In May, UL announced a partnership with Environmental Systems Design Consulting (ESD). Together, they will develop a new data center certification program. This program aims to provide end-user transparency, provider accountability and proper data center documentation to mitigate operational risk. UL’s 3223 standard will serve as the basis of this program. At […] more

Why Do Smart Cities Matter for the Data Center Industry?

Sep 27, 2017

ASHBURN, VA – For the longest time, any discussion about the future of the data center industry revolved around two things. Artificial intelligence and the internet of things were everything. Those mammoths are still part of the conversation. But anymore it seems that one new disruptive force is dominating the dialogue. Smart cities. At a […] more

ASHBURN, VA – For the longest time, any discussion about the future of the data center industry revolved around two things. Artificial intelligence and the internet of things were everything. Those mammoths are still part of the conversation. But anymore it seems that one new disruptive force is dominating the dialogue. Smart cities. At a […] more

Texas Data Center Summit Preview: Victaulic’s Donald Mitchell on Density Diversity & Challenges Facing Data Centers

Sep 27, 2017

DALLAS, TX – In anticipation of CapRE’s Fifth Annual Texas Data Center Summit Oct 11, 2017 – Oct 12, 2017, we connected with Don Mitchell, Data Center Division Manager for Victaulic, for a two-part Q&A about density diversity in data centers, as well as his thoughts on some of the challenges facing data centers and […] more

DALLAS, TX – In anticipation of CapRE’s Fifth Annual Texas Data Center Summit Oct 11, 2017 – Oct 12, 2017, we connected with Don Mitchell, Data Center Division Manager for Victaulic, for a two-part Q&A about density diversity in data centers, as well as his thoughts on some of the challenges facing data centers and […] more

Future Proofing Challenges: Data Center Customers Want Scalability & Flexibility

Sep 27, 2017

TORONTO, CANADA – Future proofing is becoming more and more of a necessary part of the data center construction conversation. We wrote a bit about future proofing challenges in August – sharing insight from Canadian data center insiders on what’s new and what’s next in this conversation. In this article, we continue that dialogue with […] more

TORONTO, CANADA – Future proofing is becoming more and more of a necessary part of the data center construction conversation. We wrote a bit about future proofing challenges in August – sharing insight from Canadian data center insiders on what’s new and what’s next in this conversation. In this article, we continue that dialogue with […] more

To Ashburn and Beyond: Data Center Frontier’s Rich Miller on QTS, Project Echo, Boyington and More

Sep 26, 2017

ASHBURN, VA – Rich Miller is the Founder and Editor of Data Center Frontier. Rich writes about the places where the Internet lives. He tells the story of data centers and the people who build them. Rich does in-depth reporting and interviews the CEOs, managers and data center professionals that are on the forefront of […] more

ASHBURN, VA – Rich Miller is the Founder and Editor of Data Center Frontier. Rich writes about the places where the Internet lives. He tells the story of data centers and the people who build them. Rich does in-depth reporting and interviews the CEOs, managers and data center professionals that are on the forefront of […] more