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This Is How Amazon’s Servers Rarely Go Down: Part 1 of 3

Jun 23, 2017

By Josh Symonds, March 7, 2017, AppDynamics. Amazon Web Services (AWS), Amazon’s best-in-class cloud services offering, had downtime of only 2.5 hours in 2015. You may think their uptime of 99.9997 percent had something to do with an engineering team of hundreds, a budget of billions, or dozens of data centers across the globe—but you’d […] READ MORE  

Who Consumes 14 Gigawatts of Peak Hour Power?

Jun 20, 2017

At the moment of this writing it is 119 degrees here in Arizona where I sit. In case you thought data centers were the power consuming scourge we’ve heard of in the past, the broader market of consumer and industrial users suck up huge amounts of unmanaged power when mother-nature decides it’s going to be […] READ MORE  

Big 6 Data Center Revenue Per Employee

Jun 19, 2017

Revenue per employee is not a metric for company performance assessment, but it is reflective of the cost of doing business for various business models or vertical markets. In the data center industry each provider has a slightly different mix of pure-play data center, connectivity and managed services that affects revenue per employee. DuPont Fabros, […] READ MORE  

Florida Signs Data Center Tax Incentives

Jun 05, 2017

The Florida Legislature and Governor put the final signatures on its tax package (HB 7109) that includes a sales and use tax exemption for property and equipment and electricity for qualifying data centers. With this legislation, Florida becomes the 27th state to have data center tax exemptions and is one of only four states to […] READ MORE  

U.S. Venture Capital Market – Online and Software Industry

Jun 02, 2017

VC investment activity jumped in 2014 by 53% over 2013, growing from $45 billion to $69 billion. The market has sustained momentum with $79 billion in 2015 and $71 billion in 2016. 2017 activity is anyone’s guess at this early stage. Software companies are some of the biggest consumers of data centers. For Q1 2017, […] READ MORE  

2017: Data Center Pricing, Supply & Demand

Jun 02, 2017

2016 wrapped up for the data center Big 6 public providers (EQIX, DLR, CONE, DFT, QTS and COR) with stable to modestly improving price dynamics, and a supply/demand balance in most markets. While pricing has been stable for the last few years, it is the industry’s continued commitment to underwriting deals based on sustaining ROIC […] READ MORE  


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