Information technology and telecommunications are playing an ever larger role in our everyday lives. Online firms, like Google, Amazon, and Facebook have become household brands. What makes these online and cloud firms work?
The answer is data center real estate. These firms would not operate without physical buildings in which to place the computers that deliver their website information to your computer screen. As you might imagine, computers are not the typical large-scale occupant of a building, and they have some demanding needs. These needs take the form of electrical power on the scale of small cities, cooling that dwarfs large-scale frozen food manufacturing or skyscrapers, and many, many telecom lines…the kind of telecom lines that cross oceans and feed entire countries. It may not be in front of your face, but we are witnessing the birth of a new class of real estate specifically designed to support the Internet Era. ‘Wired’ Real Estate.
The Wired Real Estate Group Inc. (“WiredRE”) is the nation’s leading cloud, colocation and data center real estate advisory firm. WiredRE use their data center knowledge to advise enterprises on data center planning, brokerage and finance. The firm has completed over 200 engagements in the last 36 months with leading enterprises, including numerous members of the Fortune 200. Nationally, the firm represents nearly 1 M square feet of colocation and data center real estate for lease, including major data center developments in Chicago, Colorado, Ohio, Florida, Dallas, New York, Iowa, San Francisco Bay Area, and Seattle.
As an extension of its brokerage practice, WiredRE operate and maintain a free International colocation and data center list. One can search, qualify and map data centers down to the street level. The service is free, with no advertising, no registration. Simply follow the links below for the data center list of your choice.
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“I have used Everett as an advisor on the data center and colocation market more than once. He provides visibility, based on facts and experience, into what is a very inefficient industry. His experience as an investor shows. I highly recommend him to anyone looking for insight into the Wired Real Estate world.”
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