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CyrusOne is considering a sale after the colocation company was approached by a group of bidders, including KKR & Co., Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners and I Squared Capital.
The group has not yet made a bid but has alerted CyrusOne that it is in the preliminary stages of proposing one. A source familiar with the matter told Bloomberg that there are other bidders interested in CyrusOne and that the Dallas-based company has not yet made a decision on a potential takeover.
The colocation giant is ramping up hyperscale business model Colocation company Equinix has entered into a $1bn (£0.79bn) joint venture to develop and operate data centres in Europe exclusively for hyperscale customers. The company has obtained the funding from a joint venture with GIC, the sovereign fund of Singapore. The fund will own an 80… Read More
Edge configuration, deployment and management will define data centre success between now and 2025, says Vertiv Vertiv has released a midpoint update to its widely cited data centre 2025 forecast, revealing the dramatic rise in prominence of edge computing in the data centre ecosystem. The initial report asked data centre professionals to predict the market… Read More
What are the hyperscale and interconnection trends driving global data centre colocation? At Data Centre World Asia HK Jabez Tan from Structure Research distilled the latest colocation trends and more.
The wholesale colocation company has delivered on green pledge, at no cost to customers Kao Data’s 35-acre, 36 MW colocation data centre campus, located on the London-Stansted-Cambridge corridor, will run entirely on renewable energy at no extra cost to customers, the firm has announced. The wholesale colocation company, that serves science and technology businesses, said… Read More