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  • Cloud Data Centers Are Coming to the Suburbs 15 August
    More huge data centers are coming to the suburbs of major American cities, shifting servers closer to consumers in places like Dallas, Chicago, Atlanta and Phoenix.
    Rich Miller
  • Energy Storage: Lead Acid Versus Lithium-Ion Batteries 14 August
    This is the first entry in a four-part Data Center Frontier Special Report Series, in partnership with Liion, that explores the future of lithium-ion batteries and their impact on energy storage. This entry offers a comparison of the capabilities and characteristics of lead acid versus lithium-ion batteries. 
    Robert Lindsay
  • Phoenix Data Center Growth Accelerated by Surge in Leasing 14 August
    This Data Center Frontier Special Report series explores how Phoenix has become one of the most dynamic data center growth markets in the U.S., with a surge in leasing in the past two years, including major deals featuring hyperscale cloud companies.
    Rich Miller
  • Data Center Job Spotlight: Data Center Facility Manager 13 August
    This month's Data Center Job Spotlight highlights two construction project manager jobs, a data center facility manager position, and new openings for electrical engineers, as well.  Opportunities span across some of the largest and fastest growing data center markets, including Northern Virginia, the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Boston and more. 
    Sarah Rubenoff
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  • What Will Happen to Multi-Family in NJ if Manhattan Slows? 16 August
    JERSEY CITY, NJ — CapRE’s Second Annual New Jersey Gold Coast North & Bergen County CRE Summit, moderated by Brian Klebash, Founder and CEO of CapRE, featured a panel titled Multifamily Outlook: Analysis of Leasing Trends and Absorption in the Region’s Luxury, Mixed-Use and Affordable Units. A large part of that panel was comprised of […]
    Josh Anderson
  • Denver Data Center Summit Preview: Q&A with David Bartholomai 16 August
    DENVER, CO — David Bartholomai is Partner and COO at Archer Data Centers as well as an experienced economic development professional. He recently served as a Consultant with the Nebraska Department of Economic Development, leading efforts to expand economic growth. He led numerous recruitment and expansion projects involving mission critical data centers, logistics, food processing […]
    Josh Anderson
  • Landmark Dividend’s John Regan: Expect an Inflection Point in Next 12-18 Months 16 August
    CAMBRIDGE, MA — CapRE’s Second Annual Boston and New England Data Center Summit kicked off with a riveting panel titled Greater Boston Data Center Market 360: From Boston to Worcester and Rhode Island/New Hampshire, What Firms are Actively Developing, Investing & Why? A lot of that panel honed in on the various dynamics influencing the […]
    Josh Anderson
  • Bitcoin May Be Hot Now, But Wait Til the Banks Create Their Own Crypto-Currency 16 August
    TORONTO, ON — Blockchain has a lot of applications, and it may also have just as many implications for the future of data center design and operations. So it’s no surprise that the very first question of the panel The End-User Approach to On-Prem, Hybrid, the Cloud, and Tomorrow’s Compute Needs and Initiatives honed in […]
    Josh Anderson
  • Garry Connolly: The Data Revolution is No DotCom Bubble 16 August
    DUBLIN, IRELAND — CapRE’s Third Annual Ireland and Emerging European Markets Data Center Summit kicked off with remarks by Garry Connolly, Chairman at GconnTec & President, Host in Ireland & Cochair of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Awareness Co. who offered some broad and exciting remarks about data — the why and how of […]
    Josh Anderson
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  • Top 3 Reasons E-waste is Your Next Big Problem 15 August
    By Rob Ruehle, Vice President of Operations, Liquid Technology Whether a company regularly upgrades IT equipment to keep pace with cutting edge technologies, is migrating to the cloud, or simply finds itself with end-of-life hardware it no longer needs, all face the same dilemma: what to do with the no longer needed legacy equipment. Companies […]
    Caroline Rossi
  • The Makings of a Data Center Trailblazer 14 August
    What does it take to be a data center trailblazer?  Data Center POST recently spoke with ROOT Data Center’s President and CEO, AJ Byers, to get his take By Joanna Soucy, Editor-in-Chief To be a trailblazer in any industry, you have to challenge the way it has “always been done”. It’s up to a company’s […]
    Caroline Rossi
  • How Will Blockchain, Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Impact the Data Center? 13 August
    Originally posted to LinkedIN Pulse by Ilissa Miller Blockchain is perhaps best known as the technology underpinning cryptocurrencies, the first of which was Bitcoin, invented in 2009 by its anonymous inventor, who adopted the alias Satoshi Nakomoto. Before cryptocurrencies there were two kinds of money. Commodity-based, typically exchangeable for a fixed amount of some commodity, […]
    Kwan Cheng
  • Making the Net Work 10 August
    Kiarash Jahangiri, CEO of MULTACOM, Discusses the Company’s Unique Approach to Network and Colocation Services By Contributing Editor, Kathy Xu MULTACOM is a Los Angeles-based organization that delivers colocation, dedicated servers, and VPN solutions to businesses in Southern California around the world. Its primary data centers in downtown LA allow for maximum scalability with advanced […]
    Kwan Cheng
  • Global Cloud and Blockchain Summit to Take Place in Toronto 9 August
    Crypto Evangelist and Co-Founder of Ethereum and Founder and CEO of Decentral and Jaxx, Anthony Di Iorio, to Deliver Keynote TORONTO – August 9, 2018 – The Global Cloud and Blockchain Summit, a leading invitation-only event focused on the convergence of the cloud and blockchain industries, will take place August 13-14, 2018, at the Westin […]
    Kwan Cheng

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