Data Center Colocation
Published: 13 July 2018
Consult the Board Research Team
This summary contains input from twenty-one members on data center colocation. We begin this summary by examining members' data center footprints, including their owned data centers and colocation centers. Then, we consider the total power capacity of these facilities and the use cases for which members employ them. We next examine the types of staff that support members' colocation facilities. We conclude by comparing members' expectations for their data center colocation use in the next five years.
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