With how fast business and technology are changing today, it’s challenging to understand what future growth and demand will do to your IT requirements. There’s one thing for sure, though: Your data center strategy and your company’s future are intertwined.
EdgeCore Internet Real Estate has chosen another site for its fast-growing data center footprint. The company acquired 36.8 acres of land in Sterling, Va., where construction work will soon start on its newest facility.
EdgeCore Internet Real Estate, a provider of state-of-the-art, cloud-connected data centers, announced that it has acquired 36.8 acres of land in Sterling, Virginia. With this acquisition EdgeCore plans to build its Northern Virginia data center campus, providing up to 144 megawatts of critical capacity.
EdgeCore Internet Real Estate has become the latest entrant in the Northern Virginia data center market, announcing plans for a major campus in Sterling. The company says it will build 144 megawatts of wholesale data center space on a 36-acre property near Route 28.
A groundbreaking ceremony has been held for EdgeCore Internet Real Estate's Mesa Data Center Campus, 13303 S. Ellsworth Road. The 180-thousand square foot building will help EdgeCore offer cloud-connected data center solutions to the world's most demanding customers.
Global investment firms Mount Elbert Capital Partners, GIC and OPTrust, have announced the formation of EdgeCore Internet Real Estate – an investment vehicle with fully integrated operational capabilities formed to develop, acquire, and operate data centers across North America.
EdgeCore CEO Tom Ray wants to fill the vacuum left after super-wholesale data center operator DuPont Fabros Technology merged with Digital Realty last year.
GIC will act as main anchor investor in EdgeCore Internet Real Estate. The company is targeting six key markets across the U.S. and plans to deploy the first facilities by the end of the year.
A newly formed investment group, EdgeCore Internet Real Estate, has set its sights on the North American data center market, with plans to build facilities in six locations
Mount Elbert Capital Partners (“Mount Elbert”), GIC and OPTrust today announced the formation of EdgeCore Internet Real Estate, LLC (the “Company”), an investment vehicle with fully integrated operational capabilities formed to develop, acquire, and operate data centers across North America.
GIC, the investment fund that manages Singapore’s foreign reserves, will be the lead anchor investor in EdgeCore Internet Real Estate, a newly launched investment vehicle, whose management plans to build, buy, and operate data centers across North America.