DuPont Fabros Technology has filed for an IPO as a real estate investment trust, in which it hopes to raise $700 million.
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DuPont Fabros has paid $58 million to buy a 230,000 SF northern Virginia data center from AOL.
Digital realtyb Trust will pay $92.5 million to acquire five former Exodus/C&W sites from DuPont Fabros.