Northern Virginia (NoVa) is the epicentre of digital infrastructure in North America, and the favorite data centre location for hyperscale operators seeking capacity to power cloud computing platforms and social networks.
The region is one of biggest success stories of the Internet economy, with the rapid growth of the data centre industry transforming real estate markets and the local tax base.
The NoVa data centre market is spread across a number of towns in Loudoun, Prince William and Fairfax counties, and shows signs of expanding into adjacent counties. At the heart of the region's geography and success is Ashburn, which has become known as Data Centre Alley for its concentration of mission-critical facilities.
This report is presented by Data Centre Frontier and authored by Rich Miller, one of the data centre industry's most experienced writers. Explore the research further for a comprehensive overview of the NoVa data centre market.