“Who Wouldn’t Want to Buy CyrusOne?” Stuart Dyer Comments on M&A Speculation at CAPRE’s Mid-Atlantic Summit

LEESBURG, VA – CAPRE always keeps a finger on the pulse of the most disruptive and intriguing developments in the data center industry, and that’s why Up Close: The CyrusOne Growth Story was a central session at CAPRE’s Seventh Annual Mid-Atlantic Data Center Summit at the Stone Tower Winery in Leesburg, VA last week. Moderated by Jeffery Ivey of Strategic Development at CPG, the session featured the input of two CyrusOne insiders, who shone a bright light on the meteoric rise of CyrusOne. After some slides by Craig Deering, CyrusOne's Director of Design & Construction, Ivey asked Stuart Dyer, Business Development Manager at CyrusOne a clutch question. "What would you say is the biggest differentiator for your business for different verticals?" he posed. "From a sales perspective, we have two focuses in the organization. One is to go after the traditional data centers, which historically we’ve been very good at," replied Ivey. "Another is to go after the hyperscalers, which in the past handful of years, we’ve exceled at and has really driven our growth." "Per Craig [Deering]’s point earlier, our design and our topology, in deploying these 3,000-60,000 square foot data halls [means that] we’re very well-situated to capture both of those types of customers," he explained. "We continue to do very, very well in the enterprise space." Next, Dyer zoomed into the state of the Cloud. "As I think you’ll see throughout the day today, the Cloud was…