CAPRE Conference Coverage

How Can a Data Center Decrease Operating Costs Without Increasing Risk?

Aug 8, 2017

TORONTO, Canada — Whether you’re an operator, manager, or technician, everyone in the data center industry at one point or another has felt the heat to bring their operating costs down. However, not everyone realizes that some of the best solutions are the easiest. We asked industry insiders their thoughts and they agreed that the […] more

TORONTO, Canada — Whether you’re an operator, manager, or technician, everyone in the data center industry at one point or another has felt the heat to bring their operating costs down. However, not everyone realizes that some of the best solutions are the easiest. We asked industry insiders their thoughts and they agreed that the […] more

Join 350+ of Colorado’s Data Center Real Estate and Technology Infrastructure Executives at CapRate’s Inaugural Greater Denver Data Center Summit

Aug 8, 2017

DENVER, CO—CapRate invites you to join hundreds of Colorado’s most active data center real estate and technology infrastructure executives to CapRate’s inaugural Greater Denver Data Center Summit on August 17, 2017 at the Denver Art Museum. Home to a cluster of data center operators and connectivity firms, Colorado is also home to numerous submarkets, such […] more

DENVER, CO—CapRate invites you to join hundreds of Colorado’s most active data center real estate and technology infrastructure executives to CapRate’s inaugural Greater Denver Data Center Summit on August 17, 2017 at the Denver Art Museum. Home to a cluster of data center operators and connectivity firms, Colorado is also home to numerous submarkets, such […] more

Why Newark, Why Now?

Aug 7, 2017

NEWARK, NJ—The sheer number of exciting developments in Newark at the moment is somewhat staggering. Teacher’s ViIlage, Studebaker Lofts, Packard Lofts, Jones Street, Mulberry Commons, Ironside. Across the city, across verticals, and across use-types, firms are building, redeveloping and expanding their presence. It can be easy to get lost in the details, so we connected […] more

NEWARK, NJ—The sheer number of exciting developments in Newark at the moment is somewhat staggering. Teacher’s ViIlage, Studebaker Lofts, Packard Lofts, Jones Street, Mulberry Commons, Ironside. Across the city, across verticals, and across use-types, firms are building, redeveloping and expanding their presence. It can be easy to get lost in the details, so we connected […] more

Case Study Close-Up: Ironside Newark Redevelopment

Aug 7, 2017

NEWARK, NJ—In May, Edison Properties and The City of Newark broke ground on the $80 million redevelopment of a 456,000 square-foot warehouse adjacent to Mulberry Street, the Prudential Center and Newark Penn Station. The City of Newark is providing a 30-year tax abatement worth $1 million for “The Ironside” which will become a beautifully modern […] more

NEWARK, NJ—In May, Edison Properties and The City of Newark broke ground on the $80 million redevelopment of a 456,000 square-foot warehouse adjacent to Mulberry Street, the Prudential Center and Newark Penn Station. The City of Newark is providing a 30-year tax abatement worth $1 million for “The Ironside” which will become a beautifully modern […] more

Prudential: Verizon Building Next Step Toward Vision of Newark as 24/7, Live-Work-Play City

Aug 7, 2017

NEWARK, NJ—When you think about companies in Newark, Prudential is often the first to come to mind. It’s a driving factor in the revitalization the community is experiencing. But not many know the intricate history between Newark and this stories firm. Fortunately, Reuben Teague, Director – Impact Investments, Prudential Financial, gave CapRE some insight into […] more

NEWARK, NJ—When you think about companies in Newark, Prudential is often the first to come to mind. It’s a driving factor in the revitalization the community is experiencing. But not many know the intricate history between Newark and this stories firm. Fortunately, Reuben Teague, Director – Impact Investments, Prudential Financial, gave CapRE some insight into […] more

What Does the Enterprise IT Flight to Cloud Mean for Wholesale and Colocation Data Center Providers? Part 3: Environments and Configurations

Aug 4, 2017

CapRate recently convened a panel of six leaders in the Canadian Data Center industry to discuss the sector’s most timely topics regarding enterprise IT Flight to Cloud, including what buyers are looking for, the kinds of enterprise moving to Cloud, and the necessary ingredients for, as well as the dangers of, a migration to the […] more

CapRate recently convened a panel of six leaders in the Canadian Data Center industry to discuss the sector’s most timely topics regarding enterprise IT Flight to Cloud, including what buyers are looking for, the kinds of enterprise moving to Cloud, and the necessary ingredients for, as well as the dangers of, a migration to the […] more

Modular Sites, Fresh Air Cooling and Lithium Ion Batteries: Ideas for Decreasing CapEx During Data Center Builds

Aug 4, 2017

TORONTO, CANADA — When thinking about strategies to reduce capex during a new data center build, you start touching resiliency or hydro resiliency, or added costs, one thing that makes sense across the board, according to numerous experts we have spoken with, is a modular site. Modular sites have been used successfully across the industry, […] more

TORONTO, CANADA — When thinking about strategies to reduce capex during a new data center build, you start touching resiliency or hydro resiliency, or added costs, one thing that makes sense across the board, according to numerous experts we have spoken with, is a modular site. Modular sites have been used successfully across the industry, […] more

Shifting Priorities in Cloud Migration: Security, Costs, and Deadlines

Aug 4, 2017

TORONTO, CANADA—A Cloud migration is far from a straight shot – it’s full of detours, pit-stops and sometimes backtracking. So CapRate recently caught up with some Canadian industry leaders to get their thoughts on the biggest issues to look out for when undertaking such a journey. And perhaps the connecting factor across all issues? To […] more

TORONTO, CANADA—A Cloud migration is far from a straight shot – it’s full of detours, pit-stops and sometimes backtracking. So CapRate recently caught up with some Canadian industry leaders to get their thoughts on the biggest issues to look out for when undertaking such a journey. And perhaps the connecting factor across all issues? To […] more

Checking in on the Mid-Atlantic Industrial Market with Paul Underwood, REALTERM Logistics

Aug 3, 2017

WASHINGTON, D.C.—CapRate recently caught up with Paul Underwood, Senior Vice President & Fund Manager of RealTerm Logistics, to gain insight into his perspective on the national industrial market as well as his firm’s latest activity. “We have more of a national focus than just Mid-Atlantic,” he began. “We have private equity focused on logistics properties. […] more

WASHINGTON, D.C.—CapRate recently caught up with Paul Underwood, Senior Vice President & Fund Manager of RealTerm Logistics, to gain insight into his perspective on the national industrial market as well as his firm’s latest activity. “We have more of a national focus than just Mid-Atlantic,” he began. “We have private equity focused on logistics properties. […] more

The Impact of Demand Drivers for the Edge: Part II of EdgeConneX’s Origin Story

Aug 3, 2017

Recently, CapRate caught up with Don MacNeil, Chief Technology Officer for EdgeConneX to learn more about the demand drivers for the Edge. This is the second part in a close-up on EdgeConneX’s origin story, continuing Part 1, published on July 24, 2017. Continuing after a conversation about bandwidth and latency, MacNeil says that, as EdgeConnex […] more

Recently, CapRate caught up with Don MacNeil, Chief Technology Officer for EdgeConneX to learn more about the demand drivers for the Edge. This is the second part in a close-up on EdgeConneX’s origin story, continuing Part 1, published on July 24, 2017. Continuing after a conversation about bandwidth and latency, MacNeil says that, as EdgeConnex […] more