Miami Data Center Market Opportunity Report Compares 21 Colocation and Wholesale Providers

Market Opportunity Report Analyzes How 21 Colocation and Wholesale Data Center Operators in South Florida Compare Across 49 Metrics

For Immediate Release

Greater Miami Data Center Market Opportunity Report

Artificial intelligence (AI), cybersecurity, disaster recovery (DR), edge computing, hyperscale, machine learning, managed services, private cloud computing, and the Internet of Things (IoT) present enormous market opportunities for savvy data center operators. However, some colocation and wholesale data center operators in the Greater Miami area are in a much better position to capitalize on this demand than others. The “Greater Miami Data Center Market Opportunity Report” analyzes how 21 colocation and wholesale data center providers, in the South Florida region -- including Miami, Boca Raton, Doral, Fort Lauderdale, Miami Gardens, and West Palm Beach -- are positioned to compete in the modern buyer’s journey that’s dominated by digital transformation.

The 117-page research report focuses on 49 metrics with regard to how each company fares with differentiation in the modern buyer’s journey, thought leadership strategy, website authority, competitive positioning, company social media presence, lead generation, paid search acceleration, as well as full-funnel revenue growth and digital infrastructure.

“The Greater Miami area has had the decks stacked in its favor for Internet infrastructure domination for well over 15 years. The region’s flagship facility -- Network Access Point (NAP) of the Americas in downtown Miami -- brings together 160 network carriers and routes traffic from the Caribbean, South America, and Central America to more than 150 countries. The state of Florida also recently passed some very favorable sales tax and use tax incentives to encourage wholesale data center development,” explained Joshua Feinberg, President of the Data Center Sales & Marketing Institute. 

“Yet many of those in leadership roles at these companies have failed to appreciate how these changes impact demand generation, desired customer experience, differentiation, competitive positioning, and their ability to stave off market disruption. In the ‘Greater Miami Data Center Market Opportunity Report,’ we analyzed which colocation and wholesale data centers in the South Florida region are the most digitally-savvy.”

Interested executives, as well as sales and marketing professionals, within the data center, mission critical, and cloud services industries can download a free excerpt from the “Greater Miami Data Center Market Opportunity Report.”

The colocation and wholesale data center operators analyzed in this report include:

  • 365 Data Centers (formerly Host.net) (Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale)
  • AT&T (Miami)
  • Carrierhouse (Miami Gardens)
  • Cloud South (West Palm Beach)
  • Cogent Communications (Boca Raton, Doral, Miami)
  • ColoHouse (Miami)
  • CoreSite (Miami)
  • Datacate (at ColoHouse) (Miami)
  • Digital Realty (Doral, Miami)
  • EdgeConneX (Miami, Miami Gardens)
  • Equinix (Boca Raton, Miami)
  • iM Data Centers (iM Companies) (Miami)
  • INAP (Miami)
  • IPR International (Boca Raton)
  • Miami Data Vault (Florida East Coast Realty) (Miami)
  • Peak 10 + ViaWest (Flexential) (Fort Lauderdale)
  • QTS Data Centers (Miami)
  • QuadraNet (Miami)
  • Telefonica (Miami)
  • Verizon Business Markets (formerly XO Communications) (Miami)
  • Zayo Group (zColo) (Miami)

About the Data Center Sales & Marketing Institute: The Data Center Sales & Marketing Institute is a boutique business advisory, consulting, and training firm dedicated to the advancement of sales and marketing within the colocation and wholesale data center, mission-critical, and cloud services industries. The Data Center Sales & Marketing Institute publishes Data Center Market Opportunity Research Reports, offers Data Center Business Advisory Services and Consulting Services, and leads Data Center Sales & Marketing Training Workshops for CEOs, presidents, founders, sales directors, channel directors, business development directors, marketing directors, and product directors. With clients all over the World, the Data Center Sales & Marketing Institute, a division of SP Home Run Inc., identifies revenue growth opportunities that companies are currently missing.

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