Updated: Feb 3, 2020
As a result of our team's years of experience with data centers around the globe, Cushman & Wakefield's Data Center Advisory Group has put together the Data Center Global Market Comparison Report, the first of its kind in the data center market.
The speed at which the industry is shifting makes the creation of a data center strategy a complex and intimidating task for executives. Enterprises must determine whether to stay with their on-premises facilities, move workloads to the cloud entirely or pursue a hybrid cloud strategy
Just as cloud computing has created the largest data center campuses in the world, end-user needs have driven the creation of the so-called Edge technology. Devices that are part of the Internet of Things (IoT), the impending development of 5g wireless networks and the prospect of self-driving vehicles will require considerable investments on infrastructure, particularly in dense urban areas.
To aid with this difficult decision-making process, our team has created a unique way to asses and score both primary and emerging data center markets. The goal of our ranking system is to mirror how data centers truly function in the real world to identify the factors that data center investors, owners, operations and occupants value.
Cushman & Wakefield's Data Center Advisory Group is a global team of elite professionals delivering specialized real estate solutions for mission-critical and Data Center operators, end-users, service providers, owners and environments.
Learn more about Randy Borron and the Canadian Data Center advisory team by contacting us:
Vice-Chairman, Cushman & Wakefield Canada ULC.