What will the turmoil on Wall Street mean for the data center sector? There are three key areas of concern. Read More
Supply and Demand
What’s the current outlook for data center demand? Most providers says demand remains healthy across the board, and outpaces supply in the most active markets.
Is in-house financial grid computing “dead” and headed for the cloud? Or is it alive and well and rapidly filling data center space from existing providers?
DuPont Fabros Technology (DFT) said today that leasing at its data centers has slowed slightly due to a longer sales cycle for enterprise companies.
In the latest sign of activity in data center construction and expansion, Fortress International Group (FIGI) said it has booked $80 million in new construction work in 2008.
Don’t expect the venture capital industry to directly fund new data centers anytime soon.
Don’t expect the venture capital industry to directly fund new data centers anytime soon. Read More
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.
Additional Supply and Demand Articles
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- Analysts: Demand Concerns 'Overblown'
- Analysts: Demand Concerns ‘Overblown’
- No IT Hiring Slump in First Quarter
- Wall Street Buying Fewer Servers, Or More?
- Forrester: Data Center Spending A Priority
- Crunch Time: Does Video Change Everything?
- Fed Moves to Break Credit Crunch
- Crunch Time: Demand Holding Steady, For Now
- Crunch Time: Wall Street May Buy, Not Build
- Crunch Time: The Incumbent Advantage
- Crunch Time: Credit May Limit Data Center Supply
- Crunch Time: The Credit Crunch & Data Centers
- Gartner: Start Planning IT Cost-Cutting Now
- Forrester Trims US IT Spending Forecast