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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

i/o’s Modular Data Centers Roll into New Jersey

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The enormous i/o New Jersey data center is the largest example yet of a new approach to IT infrastructure – factory-built modular data centers deployed inside larger structures that provide protection from the elements, along with power and connectivity. Read More

New York Internet Expands its Horizons to NJ

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New York Internet made its name as provider of colocation and managed hosting services to financial services from a data center in Manhattan’s financial district. The company has now broadened its horizons by opening a second data center in New Jersey. Read More

The NJ Market: DuPont, i/o Projects in Spotlight

Continued from previous page. DuPont Fabros Builds Big The DuPont Fabros data center in Piscataway represents the largest single chunk of space. The project is consistent with the development strategy at DuPont Fabros, which typically builds its facilities in two phases, each with 18 megawatts of power capacity. “New Jersey… Read More

Is the NJ Data Center Market Facing Oversupply?

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Is there too much new data center space in the New Jersey market? If so, will it alter the fortunes of the companies offering data center space in this key market? We take a comprehensive look at the NJ market amid reports of a “glut” of space. Read More

Sabey Acquires Huge Verizon Building in NYC

Sabey's  375 Pearl Street, pictured on the right in this photo. The Brooklyn Bridge is on the left.

Sabey Data Center Properties has entered the New York market, acquiring the majority interest in 375 Pearl Street for $120 million, the company said today. Sabey will partner with New York developer Young Woo on the deal to buy the 1 million square foot former Verizon central office building, which will be redeveloped as Intergate.Manhattan. Read More

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