Who’s planning to build or expand data centers in the next few years? Major growth in Internet service demands and cloud computing is pushing major companies to expand or build new data centers around the world. Follow the breakdown of investments, land size and reasons for data center expansion:
What could be a cause of the rapid data center expansion planned for 2012 and beyond? DataCenterKnowledge.com reports that data center expansion and construction has been boosted by private equity firms and telecom company investments that have acquired established providers. A recent Data Center Market Insights survey shows over half of data center professionals planning to expand or build new data centers.
Facebook Building Second Massive Data Center in North Carolina
IBM to Build Asia’s Largest Cloud Computing Center
Google to Build Major New Data Center in Dublin
Google to Build Three Data Centers in Asia, Investment to Exceed $200M
Microsoft Steps Up Cloud Expansion Plans
Microsoft to Expand Scope of Iowa Project
2011/2012 Data Center Market Insights
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