Data Economy Frontline. Can North America’s $20bn data centre market grow any more?
In just three years, North America is expected to top $20bn in data centre revenues due to continuous demand from hyperscale cloud providers and enterprises.
As several market players in the public and private cloud spaces increase their Capital Expenditure across all US states, joining Data Economy‘s João Marques Lima on this Frontline episode is Flexential’s CEO Chris Downie who oversees one of the largest portfolios in the region.
He talks about how much more the US market can grow, what the concerns are as Asia, and especially China, is about to overcome the North American market, and what Flexential, which is cashing in over $500m in revenues, has planned for the near future.
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