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Jeff Paschke
Research Director, Multi-Tenant Datacenters

Jeff Paschke joined 451 Research in July 2008 as a Senior Research Analyst covering datacenters. Prior to joining Tier1, Jeff spent more than 15 years managing datacenters and overseeing IT operations for diverse Fortune 500 companies.

For more than five years, Jeff managed datacenters for Capital One Financial. Before Capital One, he spent more than 10 years as a consultant advising Fortune 500 clients on re-architecting and redesigning datacenter infrastructures, processes, tools and organizations. Jeff started his career in the defense industry, deploying and managing computer networks for General Dynamics.

Jeff holds a BS in Computer Science from Texas A&M University and an MBA from Southern Methodist University.



Reports by this Analyst

451 Research publishes 'Mexico: Multi-Tenant Datacenter Market' report
MIS Spotlight - August, 2015
This new report represents our second look at the emerging multi-tenant datacenter market in Mexico, which is poised for rapid growth. The report highlights prominent MTDC providers in Mexico and provides a market outlook for each.
Update on MTDC provider capex trends and guidance: 2009-2015
MIS Spotlight - August, 2015
The midpoint guidance for capex spending in 2015 by the eight public multi-tenant datacenter providers we looked at indicates that they anticipate an increased amount of total capex in 2015 compared with what they did in 2014.
The mega-datacenter battle update: Internet giants decreased capex in Q2
MIS Spotlight - August, 2015
Apple, Google and Microsoft continue to invest heavily in building out mega-datacenters globally. Capital spending at the three companies in Q2 2015 declined Q/Q but increased 19.8% compared with the same quarter two years ago. We expect a relatively high level of capex spending to continue over the next few years for these companies.
Digital Realty turns in solid Q2 results with Telx acquisition pending
MIS Impact Report - July, 2015
The company's Q2 results showed total revenue up 3.4% Q/Q and up 4.7% Y/Y. Digital Realty continues to have leasing success; signing leases in Q2 represented $37.3m in annualized revenue. The company has datacenter construction underway in eight markets.
European datacenter roundup: IBM, TeliaSonera and Monaco Telecom
MIS Spotlight - July, 2015
Third-party datacenter build activity in emerging European markets continues to pick up, with the latest coming from IBM in Italy, TeliaSonera in Finland and Monaco Telecom in Monaco.
Level 3 Communications Q2 results show continued CNS growth
MIS Impact Report - July, 2015
The firm reported Q2 results with pro forma total revenue (including tw telecom) up 1.5% Y/Y. Pro forma enterprise core network services revenue was up 6.3% Y/Y on a constant-currency basis. Colocation and datacenter services revenue in Q2 was down 4.5% Y/Y due to foreign-currency-exchange impacts and some customer churn.
Brazil datacenter roundup: Ascenty in Fortaleza and Oi in São Paulo
MIS Spotlight - July, 2015
Both firms are expanding their datacenter footprints in Brazil, driven by solid demand from customers. Ascenty has opened its third datacenter in Brazil, located in Fortaleza, and Oi is expanding a datacenter in São Paulo to support demand for cloud services.
AT&T and Verizon report Q2 results with growth in wireless and triple play
MIS Spotlight - July, 2015
In Q2, both AT&T and Verizon continued to see wireless and triple-play services as growth engines. AT&T continues to experience more growth than Verizon in strategic services. Both companies also completed acquisitions in the quarter - AT&T picking up Nextel de Mexico and Verizon buying AOL.
Roundup of new datacenters for Google and Amazon
MIS Spotlight - July, 2015
The largest-scale Internet firms continue to add datacenters globally on a regular basis. In this roundup, we look at Google adding a new $600m datacenter in Alabama on the site of a power plant and Amazon adding a datacenter footprint in India.
C&W Business looks to span Caribbean, South American markets with cloud
MIS Impact Report - June, 2015
The provider is making an interesting play for managed infrastructure services amid an ongoing merger between Cable & Wireless Communications and Columbus Communications, and is adding datacenters in Colombia and Trinidad and Tobago in response to solid demand.
Roundup of new datacenters for Google and Microsoft
MIS Spotlight - June, 2015
The largest-scale Internet firms such as Google and Microsoft continue to build out datacenters globally. In this roundup, we look at two new datacenters for Google in Singapore and Atlanta and three new datacenters for Microsoft in Canada and Dublin.
Equinix expands two datacenters in Hong Kong in response to strong demand
MIS Impact Report - June, 2015
In response to strong demand from cloud and content and digital media companies, Equinix is expanding two existing datacenters in Hong Kong. In Q4, the company plans to open the third phase of its HK2 facility, and it is opening the ninth phase of its HK1 facility.
Asia new datacenter roundup: Digital Realty in Singapore and PLDT in Philippines
MIS Spotlight - May, 2015
In this roundup of datacenter build activity in Asia, we look at Digital Realty investing up to $149.7m for a new datacenter in the mature Singapore market and PLDT adding a $29m datacenter in the fledgling Philippines market.
Update on MTDC provider capex trends and guidance: 2009-2015
MIS Spotlight - May, 2015
Total capex spending at eight public datacenter providers is expected to increase 3.0% in 2015 compared with 2014, with the latest guidance from Q1 earnings reports showing that total capex spending for these providers is now expected to increase Y/Y.
EMEA datacenter roundup: DATA4 in Italy, BMIT in Malta, Zenium in Turkey
MIS Spotlight - May, 2015
Multi-tenant datacenter build activity in emerging EMEA markets has been picking up, with the latest activity by DATA4 in Italy, BMIT in Malta and Zenium in Turkey.
With Latisys acquisition completed, Zayo sees solid revenue growth
MIS Impact Report - May, 2015
The company reported Q3 FY 2015 earnings, with revenue up 21.1% year over year. Zayo completed the acquisition of Latisys in the quarter, which added eight datacenters and increased its datacenter footprint by nearly 60%.
The mega-datacenter battle update: Internet giants increased capex in Q1 2015
MIS Spotlight - May, 2015
Amazon, Apple, Google and Microsoft continue to invest heavily in building out mega-datacenters globally, with capital spending at the four companies in calendar Q1 2015 increasing 41% over the year ago quarter. We expect a high level of capex spending to continue over the next few years for these companies.
The Carlyle Group buys Spain-based Telvent Global Services
TDM Deal Analysis - May, 2015
Carlyle has snagged TGS, which has five datacenters in Spain and Portugal. The PE shop is looking to leverage its previous experience investing in MTDC providers, while benefiting from the growing economies in both Spain and Portugal.
SUNeVision (iAdvantage) Q1 results show solid growth
MIS Impact Report - May, 2015
The Hong Kong-based datacenter provider reported calendar Q1 results, with revenue up 4.7% Q/Q and up 10.1% Y/Y. Construction of SUNeVision's newest datacenter facility in Tseung Kwan O continues with a planned opening in 2017.
Digital Realty Q1 results show sequential revenue decline
MIS Impact Report - May, 2015
The company's Q1 results showed total revenue down 1.4% Q/Q but up 4.1% Y/Y. Digital Realty continues to have leasing success; signing leases in Q1 represented $21.2m in annualized revenue. The company has datacenter construction under way in 10 markets.
Level 3 Communications Q1 results show continued CNS growth
MIS Spotlight - April, 2015
The firm reported Q1 results with pro forma total revenue (including tw telecom) up 2.5% Y/Y. Pro forma enterprise core network services (CNS) revenue was up 8.8% Y/Y. Colocation and datacenter services revenue in Q1 was unchanged Q/Q and down 1.3% Y/Y due to foreign currency exchange impacts.
LAMDA HELLIX encounters success in Greece, opens additional datacenter in Athens
MIS Impact Report - April, 2015
The company continues to encounter success in Greece, demonstrating that datacenter services are countercyclical and defy the challenging conditions of the Greek economy. LAMDA HELLIX recently opened its second datacenter in Athens.
European datacenter roundup: NGD in Wales, FASTWEB in Italy, DataPro in Russia
MIS Spotlight - April, 2015
Multi-tenant datacenter build activity in emerging European markets looks to be picking up, with the latest activity by Next Generation Data in Wales, FASTWEB in Italy and DataPro in Russia.
Teraco to build $41.2m datacenter in Johannesburg in response to demand
MIS Impact Report - April, 2015
MTDC provider Teraco Data Environments is building a 53,820-square-foot datacenter in Johannesburg, which is the company's second datacenter in the city and fourth in South Africa. The company recently raised $32.9m to help fund the new datacenter, which is planned to open in 2017.
AT&T and Verizon turn in Q1 results with growth in wireless and triple-play
MIS Spotlight - April, 2015
In Q1, both AT&T and Verizon continued to see wireless and triple-play services as growth engines. AT&T continues to experience more growth than Verizon in strategic services, which includes colocation, hosting and cloud services.
Netmagic building its fifth datacenter in Mumbai
MIS Impact Report - April, 2015
In response to continued demand for datacenter and cloud services from customers, Netmagic is building its ninth datacenter in India, to open in Q3. The new Mumbai datacenter will provide the entire range of Netmagic services.
LDeX building its second datacenter in Manchester
MIS Impact Report - April, 2015
The company is adding a 20,000-square-foot datacenter in Manchester based on an uptick in demand for colocation services. The new datacenter will be the company's second in the UK.
MTDC provider capex trends and guidance: 2009-2015
MIS Spotlight - March, 2015
Total capex spending at eight public datacenter providers is expected to decrease only 0.7% in 2015 compared to last year, with guidance from the Q4 earnings reports showing capex spending remaining nearly flat compared to last year.
Pi Data Centers building $96m datacenter in Mangalagiri, India
MIS Impact Report - March, 2015
The startup is building a new greenfield datacenter in Mangalagiri to open by Q2 2016, which will offer colocation and cloud services. The location of the facility is near the planned new capital city of Andhra Pradesh.
Colt's revised business strategy positions the company for a return to growth
MIS Impact Report - March, 2015
The company was challenged in 2014, with an overall 5.1% decline in revenue. Colt now has a revised business strategy dividing the company into new lines of business, with a goal of returning to revenue growth.
Philippines new datacenter roundup: PLDT and Globe Telecom
MIS Spotlight - March, 2015
Both firms are expanding their datacenter footprints in the fledgling market in the Philippines, driven by solid demand from customers. PLDT is building its seventh datacenter to open in late 2015 with plans to add an eighth facility in 2016, while Globe recently opened a datacenter in Cavite.
The mega-datacenter battle update: Internet giants increased capex in 2014
MIS Spotlight - March, 2015
Amazon, Apple, Google and Microsoft continue to invest heavily in building out mega-datacenters globally, with capital spending at the four companies in 2014 increasing 31% over 2013. We expect a higher level of capex spending to continue over the few years for these companies.
Alestra encounters IT success in Mexico; adding datacenter in Querétaro
MIS Impact Report - March, 2015
The provider continues to have success in growing its IT services business in Mexico. Continued solid demand in Mexico is driving the company to build a second datacenter in Querétaro, which is planned to open in January 2016 with an initial phase of 19,375 square feet.
Videotron acquires Quebec-based datacenter provider 4Degrees
TDM Deal Analysis - March, 2015
The Quebec-based telco is acquiring 4Degrees Colocation with a single datacenter in Quebec City. With the acquisition, the company is looking to offer bundled services including datacenter services to its business customers.
ALOG rebrands as Equinix in Brazil to emphasize global capabilities
MIS Impact Report - March, 2015
ALOG will now operate its datacenters in Brazil under the Equinix brand. With the move, Equinix will be more heavily marketing to companies in Brazil its carrier neutrality as well as its global datacenter footprint and connectivity to 1,000+ network providers and 450+ cloud suppliers.
Colt Group turns in FY2014 results with continued revenue challenges
MIS Impact Report - March, 2015
Challenges in voice services and underlying profitability remain - the pan-European managed services provider reported a drop in revenue and decline in EBITDA compared with 2013. Datacenter services were a bright spot, with revenue up 8% in the year.
TelecityGroup building its fourth datacenter in Dublin
HITS Insight - February, 2015
An increase in demand has driven TelecityGroup to build its fourth datacenter in Dublin, with a first phase opening in summer. The facility will support 2,500 square meters of datacenter space for customers.
Apple invests $1.9bn to build datacenters in Ireland and Denmark
HITS Insight - February, 2015
The company is building two large datacenters with an investment of €1.7 ($1.9bn). Both of the new facilities, planned to open in 2017, will be powered by 100% renewable energy. They will be used to support Apple's online services for its customers in Europe.
Equinix reports solid Q4 results with 16 expansions underway
HITS Insight - February, 2015
Revenue in the quarter beat guidance, up 13% Y/Y. Equinix has 16 datacenter expansions underway globally, including six new expansions. With the company now operating as a REIT, Equinix will start paying is first dividend of $1.69 per share in Q1.
Apple invests $2bn to build datacenter in Arizona, plus $848m in solar farm
HITS Insight - February, 2015
The company is building a new $2bn datacenter in a former 1.3-million-square-foot manufacturing plant in Phoenix, which originally was intended to produce sapphire screens for Apple products. Apple is also investing $848m for power from a solar farm in California.
 

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