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  • For Data Centers, Opportunity Lies In Florida 28 April
    The number of people who move into Florida each year is about equal to the population of Orlando, said Landmark Dividend Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer John Regan, speaking on a Bisnow webinar about South Florida data centers on April...
  • Canadian Data Centers Are Hot Acquisition Targets: Report 1 April
    Canadian data centers have turned into acquisition magnets amid ongoing consolidation in the sector, according to Bloomberg.
  • Biden's $2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill Could Boost Demand For Rural Data Centers 1 April
    President Joe Biden unveiled a massive infrastructure bill that, among other things, allocates $100B to what the White House dubs the new electricity: broadband internet access. “Americans pay too much for internet,” Biden said in a speech in Pittsburgh...
  • Facebook To Expand Data Center In Sarpy County, Nebraska 25 March
    Facebook said this week that it plans to expand its data center footprint in Sarpy County, Nebraska. The social media giant is adding nearly 1M SF of data center space to its existing data center campus, which is located in Papillion. The planned expansion...
  • How 5G Is Poised To Reshape Data Center Development 25 March
    The expansion of 5G networks is likely to significantly expand opportunities for data center builders, particularly in areas outside of dense, first-tier markets. Although relatively nascent — 5G isn’t yet the prevailing network for mobile phones...
  • Modular Edge Data Centers Offer Minimum Footprint, Maximum Efficiency 22 March
    The pressure is on to move data closer to the edge. Edge computing is an IT architecture that features decentralized processing power — as opposed to transmitting information all the way to a huge data center many leaps away, edge devices process themselves...
  • Facebook Plans $2B Data Center Expansion in Oregon 18 March
    Facebook is planning a significant expansion of a data center facility in central Oregon. The facility, located in Prineville, is already among Facebook’s largest data center sites. The social media giant plans to add two new buildings totaling 900K...
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  • CAPRE Student Housing Future: 10 Predictions for 2021 30 December
    Student housing industry executives have survived one of the most management-intensive years in the history of this growing sector. Faced with many challenges, insiders pivoted and adopted new methodologies to survive, and in some cases, they thrived. So what will 2021 look like in terms of general & international student enrollment in the United States, […]
    Josh Anderson
  • CAPRE Holiday Webinar Replay: Digital Infrastructure Industry Forecast Virginia & Emerging Mid-Atlantic Markets 24 December
    Happy Holidays from CAPRE! On November 18 and 19, CAPRE hosted the Digital Infrastructure Industry Forecast: Virginia & Emerging Mid-Atlantic Markets, featuring the most active public and private sector executives. CAPRE is making the two-day webinar replay available for the holiday season! Relive the CAPRE experience with industry experts, including: Buddy Rizer, Jim Kerrigan, Sean […]
    Brian Klebash
  • Data Center Trends for 2021: Exclusive Predictions from Vertiv’s Gary Niederpruem 21 December
    2020 has been a tumultuous, and surprising year. You could be forgiven for not having a clue as to what to expect in 2021. But that doesn’t stop industry insiders from taking a crack at what they think is on the horizon. For example, this week Gary Niederpruem, Chief Strategy and Development Officer at Vertiv […]
    Josh Anderson
  • CAPRE Exclusive: Digital Infrastructure Insiders Offer Predictions for 2021 19 December
    Digital infrastructure industry executives have survived one of the most management-intensive years in the history of this growing sector. Faced with many challenges, insiders pivoted strategies and adopted new methodologies to survive, and in some cases, thrive. What will 2021 look like in terms of leasing demand post-COVID? On Tuesday, December 15, 2020, CAPRE gathered […]
    Josh Anderson
  • CAPRE Exclusive: COVID-Proofing Office and Retail Real Estate in Greater New York 18 December
    The COVID-19 pandemic has halted many aspects of American life. However, in a return to normalcy in conjunction with the vaccine rollout, many commercial buildings are attempting to reopen. The steps to reopening commercial assets in a safe and effective manner are no easy task – and were the key discussion area of CAPRE’s latest […]
    Josh Anderson
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  • Subsea Environmental Services and Red Penguin Associates Set to Decommission the TAT-14 Subsea Cable System 6 May
    Subsea Environmental Services (‘Subsea’) and Red Penguin Associates (advisors) (‘Red Penguin’) are beginning to decommission the TAT-14 telecommunications cable system. The system, operational between 2001 and 2020 was a North Atlantic connectivity kingpin, connecting the US, UK, France, Denmark and The Netherlands.  In its heyday, the system was the 14th consortium transatlantic telecommunications cable system, […]
    Kwan Cheng
  • Latency is the New Currency 6 May
    Gaming The Global Interconnection Landscape  Ivo Ivanov, the CEO of DE-CIX an International, operator of the largest neutral interconnection ecosystem, which recently celebrated its 25 year anniversary, reflected on how latency is becoming the new currency, coining business strategies around the globe going forward. Celebrating InterGlobix Magazine’s first-year Anniversary, Ivo Ivanov is honored to be […]
    Kwan Cheng
  • IXs, IXPs and Peering 101 5 May
    Originally posted on DartPoints What it is and why it matters to the Edge As the edge continues to evolve, so does the meaningful concept of what we mean by an internet exchange point or IXP. An Internet Exchange Point (IXP) is a physical infrastructure where carriers, Internet Service Providers (ISP), content delivery networks, web […]
    Kwan Cheng
  • Hello Car – Future-Proofing Industries Through Interconnection Ecosystems – the Digital Car as a Model 5 May
    By Ivo Ivanov, CEO of DE-CIX International In the digital world, performance, resilience, and security in network connections are business-critical. Enterprises need the fastest reaction times and the highest resilience, which together improve the performance and the reliability of applications and services.  Furthermore, in the increasingly complex world of digital business – where companies exchange […]
    Kwan Cheng
  • Ocean Networks and Trans Ocean Network Partner to Provide Landing Party Services and Infrastructure in the Republic of Panama 4 May
    Ocean Networks Inc., a privately held developer of submarine cable systems for carriers, content providers and more, signed an MOU for Trans Ocean Network to provide landing party services and infrastructure in the Republic of Panama for the Caribbean Express (CX) submarine cable system. The CX subsea system, announced in February 2021, is an 18-fiber […]
    Kwan Cheng

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