While great for original investors and Wall Street insiders, the data center provider’s IPO hasn’t been great for retail investors. Transparency will go a long way in gaining their confidence.
Company set to unveil new data center partner in November; analysts see partnership as important trigger for company
Switch went public October 6, 2017, becoming the sixth American publicly traded data center provider
Land secured, the Digital Bridge-backed wholesale player prepares for Phase I in America’s hottest data center market.
In a few weeks' time, investors will have the information they need to place their bets going into 2018.
Dennis Troesh has a $600 million stake in data center Switch; billionaire’s cement company was valued at $2 billion in 2012
Year’s second-largest tech IPO shows solid day-one performance
With market value of $4.2 billion, the deal is year’s second-largest tech IPO.
The innovative data center provider’s IPO is exciting, but the way it’s being structured raises some concerns for investors.
Data center provider prices IPO at $14 to $16 per share, eyes $3.7 billion valuation