Report | Data Center Global Trends Vol. 1
Many large enterprise users with multiple major, stand-alone data centers have started to seriously consider colo opportunities. Traditionally, these users spent the money and time to build their own data center, operate and maintain it internally. That trend has started to change and we are seeing an increasing number of large colo requirements in the market.
Fortune 1000 budget cuts and decisions to reduce capex spend on large, costly, stand-alone data centers can be attributed to this increasing trend. While funding is decreasing, internal demand is increasing resulting in the need for smaller footprints (<10,000 square feet) or pods that can be acquired and in operation within six to nine months. The natural alternative is colocation.
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