A new wave of cloud provider deployments has come into the Paris market since 2016, which has triggered new build and expansion plans. These plans could see the market adding more than 140,000 square feet in 2017, with much of this space already leased.
Since entering Zurich in 2007, Equinix has steadily grown its colocation capacity in the Swiss city. Its recent acquisition of a neighboring datacenter business, ICT-Center, will provide it with further space and power to grow as well as a new set of preexisting clientele.
Infinity has been slowly selling off its portfolio of datacenters, while UK-based Zenium has been extending its operations in the UK with customizable space for the cloud.
Companies in life sciences/healthcare are becoming specialized IT service providers. ByteGrid has a software-centric approach to compliant hosting that has given it great appeal, and now more than 60% of its capacity is from this vertical.
KAO Data Campus takes the name of the Nobel Prize winner that invented the backbone of the modern-day internet, and hopes it can carry on the legacy offering housing designed to further push the industry forward.
The company's new builds in London, Frankfurt and Stockholm focus on power and space in key markets, while its Amsterdam acquisition positions it with greater connectivity options in Amsterdam.
MTDC provider Green Mountain has expanded to a second datacenter site and is expecting a new wave of demand when the government lowers energy taxes for providers doing business in Norway.
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