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Will Internet Companies Open Data Centers in New Jersey?

The fortunes of the New Jersey data center market have historically been guided by demand from Wall Street firms and enterprise companies.But that may change, according to one data center executive, who, says that a recent decline in the price of electricity could make New Jersey more attractive to the largest Internet companies. Read More

Digital Realty Sees Demand Rebounding in NJ

Digital Realty Trust (DLR0 says the company is tracking more than 42 megawatts of demand in New Jersey, compared to 24 megawatts of available supply. The company said demand has rebounded due to pent-up demand from the financial sector. Read More

NY Data Centers Prep for Hurricane, Storm Surge

Satellite imagery of Hurricane Irene as it makes its way past Florida and up the Eastern Seaboard.

As New York City begins evacuating residents from low-lying area ahead of Hurricane Irene, the region’s data center facilities are making preparations to continue operating throughout high winds and possible flooding from a storm surge. Meanwhile, residents are having trouble accessing online info about evacuation zones. Read More

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