When studying outsourced data center providers in the region for the Greater Miami Data Center Market Opportunity Report, we found that companies had an average of 1,728 Twitter followers and updated their company Twitter profiles about 21 times per month. To keep tabs on the companies that are operating colocation and wholesale data centers in Miami, here’s who to follow.
The data center industry has most certainly caught the attention of the financial services industry over the past decade or so. Many data center stocks, mostly data center REITs (real estate investment trusts), are now the darlings of Wall Street -- or at least get quite a bit of attention. So which data centers in Miami are publicly traded?
Within the data center industry, the Greater Miami area and the broader South Florida region, is considered a secondary market -- based on the amount of square footage and investments being made in the region.
The main or primary data center marketplaces in the United States include Northern Virginia, Greater New York City, Chicago, Dallas, Northern California, and Southern California.
While analyzing the operators of outsourced data centers in Miami for the Greater Miami Data Center Market Opportunity Report, we looked at specific locations of colocation and wholesale data centers both throughout Miami, as well as the broader South Florida region.
So which of Miami’s colocation and wholesale data centers are closest to Miami International Airport?