Digital Realty

Digital Realty focuses on delivering client-driven data center and colocation solutions by providing secure, reliable and cost effective facilities that meet each client's unique data center needs. Digital Realty's clients include domestic and international companies across multiple industry verticals ranging from information technology and Internet enterprises, to manufacturing and financial services. Digital Realty's 100+ properties are located across 30+ markets throughout Europe, North America, Asia and Australia.
San Francisco, US
Digital Realty was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

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Digital Realty has offices in San Francisco, New York, Dallas, Chicago and in 39 other locations
San Francisco, US (HQ)
3200 4 The Embarcadero
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Public cloud infrastructure provider Faction raises $11 million

Cloud infrastructure provider Faction announced today a funding round of $11 million — $5 million in equity and $6 million in debt. The Denver-based company provides infrastructure as a service (IaaS), and more. “Our FIX (Faction Internetwork eXchange) product extends those private clouds to public …

Why tech merger mania is possible in 2017 under Trump

The past few years have been extremely busy in the world of mergers and acquisitions, setting records around the world. In tech, the semiconductor industry has rapidly consolidated while mid-sized players like EMC and LinkedIn were gobbled up by larger peers. But there’s still some potentially massi…

This Private Equity Firm Is the Frontrunner to Buy CenturyLink’s Data Centers

One of CenturyLink's telco peers also has data centers on the market.

Silver Lake Explores Sale of Vantage Data Centers

The private equity firm hopes it can get more than $1 billion for the company.

U.S. stock indexes slide in morning trading

U.S. stocks fell broadly in early trading Friday, pulled down by sharp declines in utilities and consumer-focused companies. Energy stocks also fell as the price of crude oil turned lower following a rally the day before. News that North Korea had conducted a nuclear test also weighed on the mar…

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