Don’t expect the venture capital industry to directly fund new data centers anytime soon. Read More
Supply and Demand
The Economist has a three-story package looking at the resurgence of the data center industry.
San Antonio iss the affordability leader among major data center markets, according to a new study.
The Bank of New York Mellon Corp. will not expand a Pittsburgh-area data center, and will instead keep open an facility in central New Jersey.
Developers delivered about 671,000 square feet of office and flex telecom hotel and Web hosting space last year, according to CoStar.
Analysts from Oppenheimer say demand for data center space remains strong, and investor concerns about a potential oversupply of new data center space “are overblown.” Read More
Analysts from Oppenheimer say demand for data center space remains strong, and investor concerns about a potential oversupply of new data center space “are overblown.”
In the first quarter, U.S. IT employment jumped more than 12 percent compared with a year ago, with companies adding about 376,000 IT jobs.
The growth of high-performance computing (HPC) on Wall Street is accelerating hardware refresh cycles, an analyst reports.
76 percent of enterprises classify data center upgrades or migrations as a “critical priority” in the next 12 months. But concerns remain.
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