by Philip Low on 24 July 2017

After several years of stagnation, Milan now has 3 large campus sites, including SuperNAP, Data4 and Aruba, as well as the Via Caldera interconnect facility. It appears that Italian investment is finally moving to catch up with the rest of Europe. As a key termination point for traffic coming in from Middle Eastern and North African countries via Sicily and Bari, along with Asian traffic landing in nearby Marseille, Milan is in play as a key hub for connectivity in the region.

by Etix Everywhere on 03 November 2016

Data has become a strategic asset for companies ; societies completely transformed the way they manage and use them. They change their patterns of data consumption, they have to deal with a greater complexity in data management and they now need the appropriate infrastructure for handling big data and processing real time analytics.

by admin on 08 February 2016

Solar energy has so far represented only a small part of the energy required for data centers. Few electricity suppliers generate sufficient power using this resource and in some areas of the world it may not be an option at all. However some possible opportunities may exist in Europe/North Africa:


Spain’s southern province of Andalucia has a density of cable landing stations, and is also the site of one of the largest solar power plants globally.

by Marta Lorenzo on 19 October 2015

Asia Data Center Market Outlook and Investment Focus of Conference in Hong KongFinance & Investment Forum

by Marta Lorenzo on 09 October 2015

London, 21 January 2016

by Philip Low on 29 September 2015

The northern periphery markets finally count in data centre map making. According to research completed by BroadGroup, Nordic markets (Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland) will represent 9.52% of the total m2 space across 18 western European markets by the end of this year as well as a host of very significant power contracts.

by Marta Lorenzo on 15 September 2015

Finance & Investment Forum for Data Center, Hosting, CloudJ W Marriott Hotel, Hong Kong, 12 November 2015

by Marta Lorenzo on 09 September 2015

Have you read the definitive analysis of 18 European data centre markets?


This new report from BroadGroup reveals how the data centre revolution in Europe is being shaped by cloud, colocation and hosting, which vertical sectors are most important, and with forecasts to 2019 and the most detailed analysis available.

by Marta Lorenzo on 07 September 2015

Industry leaders will gather at BroadGroup’s new industry event for the Nordic datacentre and cloud industry on October 15, 2015 in Oslo, Norway. Datacloud Nordic Congress will assess the energy, scalability, security, architecture and software challenges confronting datacentres, and how enterprises can successfully manage the transition to cloud.

by Marta Lorenzo on 01 September 2015

Are you looking for depth information and analysis of Tier 1 data centre cities in Europe: Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London/M25, and Paris?