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Why Don’t Industrial Deals Always Make Sense on Paper?

Jun 22, 2018

FLORHAM PARK, NJ — Last mile industrial assets are, for lack of a better word, complicated. The economics don’t always make sense on paper, but you can’t deny that they are an essential, if not the most pivotal, part of the modern supply chain. Below, we highlight some perspective on this from the trenches, part … Continue reading “Why Don’t Industrial Deals Always Make Sense on Paper?”

 

How is GDPR Affecting the European Data Center Game?

Jun 22, 2018

TORONTO, ONTARIO – Despite the latest and greatest technology revolutionizing in compute architecture, some things remain constant. And perhaps the most constant ingredient is the end-user. So CapRE’s Second Annual Canadian Data Center Summit included a panel titled The End-User Approach to On-Prem, Hybrid, the Cloud, and Tomorrow’s Compute Needs and Initiatives that honed in … Continue reading “How is GDPR Affecting the European Data Center Game?”

 

Do Blockchain Developers Want Custom Builds?

Jun 22, 2018

PORTLAND, OR – Bitcoin mining and its underlying technology, blockchain, are more than just in vogue at the moment. Some may say we are entering the era of blockchain. However, quite a bit of this technology is still nebulous. So CapRE’s Second Annual Greater Portland Data Center Summit included a panel discussion titled Blockchain, Cryptocurrency … Continue reading “Do Blockchain Developers Want Custom Builds?”

 

What is a “Data Center” Anyway? Boston Insiders Discuss Different Definitions & Designs

Jun 22, 2018

CAMBRIDGE, MA — With the advent of Edge computing and the Internet of Things, as well as the acceleration of greater efficiency in terms of space and energy, the concept of a data center is. changing – at least by the traditional definition. That’s why Brian Olsen, Vice President at Carlsen Systems and Moderator of … Continue reading “What is a “Data Center” Anyway? Boston Insiders Discuss Different Definitions & Designs”

 

Will Wholesale Prices Come Down in Two to Three Years?

Jun 22, 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 “Will Wholesale Prices Come Down in Two to Three Years?”

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