Data Center Construction

The Ultimate Challenge – Data Center Build or Buy

Originally posted to Data Center Frontier by Bill Kleyman, As we look at all the trends around cloud, digitization, and technology utilization – it becomes very clear as to why we continue to see more demands [...]

Boston’s Supply of Data Center Space Stable Amid Rising Demand

Originally posted to Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller, Data center requirements in Boston come in a variety of sizes, but most are below 500 kW. Companies with needs larger than that size are typically well established [...]

Leasing Versus Buying Data Center IT Equipment

By Paul Weber, VP of Engineering, Rahi Systems The days of owning all the IT products and services within a company are obsolete. With newer technologies edging out old ones, IT equipment has a rapidly diminishing [...]

Kevin McKinney, MTU Onsite Energy’s Senior Sales Manager, North America, on Company Success and Data Center World Participation

Q&A with Data Center POST’s Contributing Editor, Kathy Xu Data Center POST recently spoke with MTU Onsite Energy’s Kevin McKinney, Senior Sales Manager of North America about the company’s upcoming attendance at Data Center World from [...]

Northern France is Becoming a Hotspot for European Data Center Development

Originally posted to TelecomNewsroom, France is quietly becoming a leading hotspot for data center development in Europe, with experts predicting that the French data center market will grow approximately 20 percent by 2020, and the northern [...]

Vantage Commences Four-Story Santa Clara Data Center

Originally posted to Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller, Vantage Data Centers is doing double duty to address the limited supply of data center space in Santa Clara, the primary data hub in Silicon Valley. [...]

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