Northern Virginia and Portland, OR tied at No. 1 as top data center regions in North America, according to a Cushman & Wakefield report.
Entries for Deal of the Year awards spanned industries, investment types, and winning strategies. Here are the stories of this year’s picks.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) will invest $10 billion to establish data center complexes in two Mississippi industrial parks.
At River Ridge Commerce Center in Jeffersonville, IN, Meta will create 100 jobs at its new data center and Bintelli will invest $4M to expand its EV operations.
The Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire, facility will be on a 33-acre site that Google, a multinational tech company, purchased in 2020.
EV industry, data center investments took top honors in Business Facilities’ annual awards, which recognize significant corporate relocation and expansion investments.
With the AWS Canada West (Calgary) Region, AWS becomes the first major cloud services provider to have an infrastructure region in Western Canada.
Skybox & Prologis will soon break ground on a $63 million project in Pflugerville, TX, according to a Texas Department of Regulation filing.
Microsoft will invest more than $1 billion in Rome and Floyd County, Georgia, to develop a datacenter campus.
Initiatives on the federal, state, and local levels need to align to boost a STEM-savvy workforce.
Google will soon have its first physical presence in Arizona with the construction of a $600 million data center.
Amazon Web Services plans an $11 billion investment in Virginia to establish two data center campuses in the Technology Overlay District.
Fidelis New Energy selected Mason County, West Virginia for a net zero hydrogen production project: Mountaineer GigaSystem and Monarch Cloud Campus.
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Rhode Island’s ideal location in the Northeast boasts all the benefits of major commercial centers, including easy access to top companies, all manner of transportation, and world-class universities.
Snake River Economic Development Alliance Executive Director Kristen Nieskens discusses ways this regional group is building businesses in western Idaho and eastern Oregon.
Global engineering innovator SEA is expanding operations in Springboro, creating 60 jobs. Meanwhile, Google is building two new data centers in central Ohio.
The North American Data Center Trends Report looked at second half 2022 for most active markets in terms of net absorption.
With demand for Internet access at an all-time high, data centers are needed now more than ever to maintain connectivity.