Five 9s Digital has been reporting on data center market activity over the past two years; most recently analyzing market activity of the first quarter of 2013, and trends have shown a steady increase in activity as investor confidence has risen. Even through market downturns and the economic recession that plagued the country, North Carolina showed resiliency in the data center sector and experienced a boom in data center activity over the past five years.
Economic development groups, investors, corporations, and developers have requested a more detailed, visual representation of the data center marketplace in North Carolina.
This snapshot includes the more nationally recognized data center projects, such as Facebook’s massive data center campus in Rutherford County, Apple’s iCloud data center and solar farm in Maiden, and Google’s data center campus in Lenoir.
The Five 9s Digital North Carolina Data Center Map highlights a large sampling of the most significant data center developments in North Carolina, which includes a range of data centers from large-scale enterprise data centers to major colocation facilities. It covers metropolitan markets such as Charlotte, Raleigh-Durham, Greensboro, Hickory, and Winston-Salem. It also includes rural markets rich in tax incentives, power, and locational advantages.
For more information on the data center projects outlined in this overview, or for information regarding new or developing data center opportunities available in the Southeast, please visit the Five 9s Digital website, or contact our team at 704-651-2210.