Oregon Data Center
30MW+ Conversion
Clean Room to Data Center Conversion

Approximately 72,000 sq. ft. building located on approximately 11.94 acres of land leased, this building was originally designed to Class I clean room on land leased from Glisan Property Development LLC. The pristine facility was never brought on-line. – Excellent access to Interstate 84 and Interstate 205. – 13 miles from Portland International Airport. – … Read more

Colorado Data Center Vineyard 100+ MW Data Center Park Planning for $1 Billion in Investment

The Vineyards LLC is bringing to market a 100+ MW master-planned and sustainable data center development, Vineyards Data Center Park, in Colorado Springs, for lease and occupancy in 2011. The Vineyard Data Center Park is complimenting an already established data center market in Colorado Springs, with current occupants including Hewlett Packard, Verizon Wireless, FedEx and … Read more

No Double Dip According to ECRI Data Center Research

If you aren’t familiar with the Economic Cycle Research Institute, then I encourage you to check them out. They have an unequaled track record of predicting recessions, and according to their CEO, Lakshman Achuthan, there’s no double dip recession on the horizon. This should be welcomed news to data center investors, as they open their … Read more

Clean Room Data Center Conversions Going Mainstream

I’m often asked whether building or buying is the right path, and the answer for many firms, both now and over the last 10 years, has been to either purchase and improve or convert. Specifically, as acquiring redundant or bankrupt telecom assess becomes more difficult, clean room conversions are becoming a recognized strategy for achieving … Read more

WiredRE to Advise Green House in National Data Center Search

SAN FRANCISCO, Decemberr 16, 2010 /Data Center Real Estate News/ — Green House Data, the rocky mountain regions first 100% green data center, announced today their plans to open another green data center facility in 2011 that is focused on cloud hosting and colocation services. This new property will be in addition to their existing … Read more

WiredRE Close MiMedia Data Center Strategy Assignment

SAN FRANCISCO, November 27, 2010 /Data Center Real Estate News/ — Wired Real Estate Group (“WiredRE”), the nation’s leading cloud, colocation & data center brokerage firm, have completed the data center strategy, search and placement of New York-based MiMedia. WiredRE completed the assignment under very tight timelines, in less than 21 days. “WiredRE were able … Read more

Fiber Depot Chooses WiredRE for New San Francisco Data Center Leasing

San Francisco, California, September 3, 2010: The Wired Real Estate Group, the nation’s leading colocation and data center real estate advisory firm, has been retained by The Swig Company to market its flagship carrier hotel, Fiber Depot, located at 274 Brannan Street in San Francisco, California, for lease and immediate occupancy. Fiber Depot, a 105,325 … Read more

WiredRE Achieves 50% Market Share Amongst Top Banks

SAN FRANCISCO, August 24, 2010 /Data Center Real Estate News/ — Wired Real Estate Group (“WiredRE”), the nation’s leading cloud, colocation & data center brokerage firm, have completed the data center assessment and strategy assignment for an additional Fortune ranked commercial bank. With this last assignment, WiredRE has advised four of the top ten Fortune … Read more

Verizon PCI Compliant Cloud Service

BASKING RIDGE, N.J., Aug. 18 /PRNewswire/ — Retailers and other organizations that rely on credit card transactions now have a compelling reason to consider moving critical payment applications to the cloud. Verizon Computing as a Service, or CaaS, the company’s cloud computing solution delivered from Verizon cloud centers in the U.S. and Europe, is the … Read more

Chicago and New Jersey Data Centers Mark Death of Urban DCs

Once upon a time, urban data centers had a reason for being. Network costs were sky-high, applications were unpredictable and difficult to manage remotely, and so server hugging was a legitimate approach to IT infrastructure management. Why would anyone move applications off site when there weren’t even mature data center operators with whom one could … Read more