NORTH AMERICAN MULTI-TENANT DATACENTER SUPPLYTOP MARKETS – 2011                                 DATACENTER                ...
REPORT SNAPSHOTTITLE                         North American Multi-Tenant Datacenter Supply:                               ...
COMPANIES INCLUDED IN THIS REPORT#1 Colocation Services           Bothell Data Services                CoreLink Data Cente...
COMPANIES INCLUDED IN THIS REPORTEnterhost                           Hosting.com                         NationalNetEquini...
COMPANIES INCLUDED IN THIS REPORTQuadrant Data Systems           SunGard Availability                Voxel dot Net        ...
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION                                                                     1 KEY REPORT FINDINGS . ...
FIGURE 16: MTDC Map – NYC Metro – Downtown Manhattan         and Jersey City                                              ...
FIGURE 44: MTDC Supply and Demand – Los Angeles                           57       FIGURE 45: MTDC Utilization – Los Angel...
BOSTON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84   FIGURE 72: MTDC Providers – Boston                    ...
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Report gives readers an overview of the top 10 datacenter markets in North America, while providing actionable metrics around geographies and specific providers. In this report, "multi-tenant datacenters" are considered multi-customer colocation and wholesale facilites. Single-user enterprise datacenters and single-tenant datacenters are specifically excluded from this analysis.

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  1. 1. NORTH AMERICAN MULTI-TENANT DATACENTER SUPPLYTOP MARKETS – 2011 DATACENTER DECEMBER 2011 451 RESEARCH: DATACENTER © 2011 THE 451 GROUP, 451 RESEARCH AND/OR ITS AFFILIATES. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  2. 2. REPORT SNAPSHOTTITLE North American Multi-Tenant Datacenter Supply: Top Markets – 2011ANALYST Jeff Paschke, Research Manager, Datacenters Rick Kurtzbein, Research Analyst, Datacenters Michael Levy, Associate Analyst, Datacenters Kelly Morgan, Senior Equity Analyst Stefanie Beaubien, Research Associate, DatacentersRELEASE DATE December 2011LENGTH 89 pagesABOUT THIS REPORTThe North American Multi-Tenant Datacenter Supply: Top Markets 2011 report givesreaders an overview of the top 10 datacenter markets in North America, while providingactionable metrics around geographies and specific providers.In this report, ‘multi-tenant datacenters’ are considered multi-customer colocation andwholesale facilities. Single-user enterprise datacenters and single-tenant datacenters arespecifically excluded from this analysis.Tier1 Research has historically published a biannual review of supply/demand in thetop six markets in North America. Our intention is to now research and publish twosupply/demand reports annually looking at the multi-tenant datacenter markets inNorth America: one that focuses on the top 10 markets and a second report that looks atemerging major markets. We will also publish a third report annually that examines atthe supply/demand situation in the top multi-tenant datacenter markets in the EMEA andAsia-Pacific regions of the world.This report provides current supply, demand and utilization metrics, as well as market-specific analysis similar to Tier1 Research’s previous supply report series. This report goesfurther than our previous look at the top six North American markets, as we now sizeeach market by existing supply levels, include maps of datacenter locations and identifyall providers as well as identify the top three datacenter providers in each market.TIER1 RESEARCH: DATACENTER© 2011 THE 451 GROUP, 451 RESEARCH AND/OR ITS AFFILIATES. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  3. 3. COMPANIES INCLUDED IN THIS REPORT#1 Colocation Services Bothell Data Services CoreLink Data Centers[2N+1] BroadRiver CoreSite2020 Live Oak Street MCF Capital Internet CoreXchange360 TCS Carpathia Hosting Corporate ColocationAccess Northeast CenturyLink Cortland CommunicationsAdhost Cervalis Cutthroat CommunicationsAdtaq Internet ClearData International Cyber Development Group InternationalAiNet Clearview Communications Cyber WurxAlchemy Communications Clise Properties CyberTrailsAlpheus Communications CNS Colo CyberverseAmerican Internet Services Codero (AIS) CyrusOne Cogent Communicationsancotel Dallas Data Center Colo4Another 9 DataBank ColocateUSAAperisys Datapipe Colocation AmericaArbinet DCI Technology Partners ColoCentersASB Capital Management Digital Realty Trust CologixAscent (Ascent Data digital.forest ColoGuard Centers) DigitalOutrage ColoGuysAT&T DLS Internet Services ColoServeAtjeu Hosting Downtown Colo ColoSpaceAtlanta NAP DuPont Fabros ColoUnlimitedAtlantic Metro EC Suite Communications Consonus EGI HostingBay Area Internet Continuity Centers Solutions Enotch Networks Continuum Data CentersBitPusher Ensynch NA MTDC: TOP MARKETS – 2011 © 2011 THE 451 GROUP, 451 RESEARCH AND/OR ITS AFFILIATES. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  4. 4. COMPANIES INCLUDED IN THIS REPORTEnterhost Hosting.com NationalNetEquinix Hostway Corporation NaviSiteEvocative Inc Hqhost.net NeoSpireExcalibur Technology Hurricane Electric Internet Net Access Corporation ServicesExpedient Communications Net2EZ InfoRelayExperis Data Centers NetRiver Integra TelecomFacility Gateway NetSource Communications Corporation Internap Network Services New Jersey ColocationFast PC Networks InterServer NTTFastServ Networks IO NTT AmericaFDCServers ISOMEDIA NTT CommunicationsFiberCloud ISWest One CommunicationsFiberMedia Group IX2 Networks Optic FusionFisher Communications KD-web OPUS-3Fogo Data Centers Latisys PAETECFortune Data Centers Layer42 Networks Peak 10Future Hosting Level 3 Communications PEER 1 HostingGigeNET Lightower Fiber Networks Pegasus SolutionsGlobal Crossing Limestone Networks Pelio and AssociatesGlobal IP Networks Inc Lincoln Rackhouse Phoenix NAPGlobal Net Access (GNAX) Markley Group Power LoftGotham Bus Metanet PrimusGranite Block Global Data mindSHIFT Technologies Telecommunications Center Multipoint International ProHostingH5 Colo Natcoweb PureGig HoldingsHopOne InternetTIER1 RESEARCH: DATACENTER© 2011 THE 451 GROUP, 451 RESEARCH AND/OR ITS AFFILIATES. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  5. 5. COMPANIES INCLUDED IN THIS REPORTQuadrant Data Systems SunGard Availability Voxel dot Net ServicesQuality Technology Waymark Communications Services Superb Internet Corp WebairRagingWire Enterprise Tata Communications WebNX Internet Services Solutions Telehouse America Westplan InvestorsSabey Corp Telx WindstreamSaddleback Terremark Communications Communications The New York Internet Worknet IncSago Networks Company WORLDLINK InternetSavvis Thorn Communications ServicesSecured Network Services Threshold Communications XandSentinel Data Centers TierPoint XilogixServer Farm Realty Tulip Systems XNet Information SystemsServerCentral TULIX Systems XO CommunicationsServerPhase tw telecom YourNet ConnectionSidera Networks U.S. Colocation Services zColoSilicon Valley Colocation Ubiquity ServersSilicon Valley Telecom & United Layer Internet Exchange US SignalSiteSouth Vantage Data CentersSmarttNet VastnetSMH Colocation VazataSolutrix Velocity NetworksSprocket Networks Verizon BusinessSteadfast Networks ViaWestStream Data Centers VirtuStreamSunGard NA MTDC: TOP MARKETS – 2011 © 2011 THE 451 GROUP, 451 RESEARCH AND/OR ITS AFFILIATES. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  6. 6. TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION 1 KEY REPORT FINDINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 METHODOLOGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2MULTI-TENANT DATACENTER TAXONOMY 5 MULTI-TENANT DATACENTERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 COLOCATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 WHOLESALE DATACENTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 INTERCONNECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 MANAGED HOSTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6MAJOR MARKET TRENDS 8 NO SIGNS OF OVERSUPPLY – MTDC FUNDAMENTALS STRONG . . . . . . . 8 CORRELATION TO MSA SIZE OR GDP? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 FIGURE 1: Top 35 Metropolitan Areas in North America 10 FIGURE 2: Top 35 Metropolitan Areas in North America by GDP 11 FIGURE 3: Comparing GDP and Population to Top Datacenter Market Size 12 MARKET OPPORTUNITIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 FIGURE 4: MTDC Major Markets – Market Share of Market Leader 13MAJOR MARKET PROFILES 14 SAN FRANCISCO/SILICON VALLEY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 FIGURE 5: MTDC Providers – San Francisco/Silicon Valley 16 FIGURE 6: MTDC Market Share Leaders – San Francisco/Silicon Valley 17 FIGURE 7: MTDC Map – Silicon Valley 18 FIGURE 8: MTDC Map – Sunnyvale/Santa Clara 19 FIGURE 9: MTDC Map – San Francisco/Oakland 20 FIGURE 10: MTDC Supply and Demand – San Francisco/Silicon Valley 21 FIGURE 11: MTDC Utilization – San Francisco/Silicon Valley 21 FIGURE 12: MTDC Pipeline – San Francisco/Silicon Valley 22 NEW YORK CITY METRO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 FIGURE 13: MTDC Providers – NYC Metro 25 FIGURE 14: MTDC Market Share Leaders – NYC Metro 26 FIGURE 15: MTDC Map – NYC Metro – Greater NYC Area 28TIER1 RESEARCH: DATACENTER© 2011 THE 451 GROUP, 451 RESEARCH AND/OR ITS AFFILIATES. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  7. 7. FIGURE 16: MTDC Map – NYC Metro – Downtown Manhattan and Jersey City 29 FIGURE 17: MTDC Map – NYC Metro – Midtown Manhattan 30 FIGURE 18: MTDC Map – NYC Metro – Westchester County 31 FIGURE 19: MTDC Map – NYC Metro – Hudson and Bergen Counties 32 FIGURE 20: MTDC Supply and Demand – NYC 33 FIGURE 21: MTDC Utilization – NYC 33 FIGURE 22: MTDC Pipeline – NYC Metro 34NORTHERN VIRGINIA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 FIGURE 23: MTDC Providers – Northern Virginia 36 FIGURE 24: MTDC Market Share Leaders – Northern Virginia 37 FIGURE 25: MTDC Map – Greater Washington DC Area 38 FIGURE 26: MTDC Map – Northern Virginia – Loudoun County 39 FIGURE 27: MTDC Map – Northern Virginia – Reston, Sterling and Herndon 40 FIGURE 28: MTDC Map – Northern Virginia – Vienna, McLean and Falls Church 41 FIGURE 29: MTDC Supply and Demand – Northern Virginia 42 FIGURE 30: MTDC Utilization – Northern Virginia 42 FIGURE 31: MTDC Pipeline – Northern Virginia 43DALLAS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 FIGURE 32: MTDC Providers – Dallas 45 FIGURE 33: MTDC Market Share Leaders – Dallas 46 FIGURE 34: MTDC Map – Dallas Suburbs 47 FIGURE 35: MTDC Map – Dallas Downtown 48 FIGURE 36: MTDC Supply and Demand – Dallas 49 FIGURE 37: MTDC Utilization – Dallas 49 FIGURE 38: MTDC Pipeline – Dallas 50LOS ANGELES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 FIGURE 39: MTDC Providers – Los Angeles 52 FIGURE 40: MTDC Market Share Leaders – Los Angeles 53 FIGURE 41: MTDC Map – Los Angeles Suburbs 54 FIGURE 42: MTDC Map – Los Angeles Downtown 55 FIGURE 43: MTDC Map – Orange County 56 NA MTDC: TOP MARKETS – 2011 © 2011 THE 451 GROUP, 451 RESEARCH AND/OR ITS AFFILIATES. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  8. 8. FIGURE 44: MTDC Supply and Demand – Los Angeles 57 FIGURE 45: MTDC Utilization – Los Angeles 57 FIGURE 46: MTDC Pipeline – Los Angeles 58 CHICAGO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 FIGURE 47: MTDC Providers – Chicago 60 FIGURE 48: MTDC Market Share Leaders – Chicago 61 FIGURE 49: MTDC Map – Chicago Suburbs 62 FIGURE 50: MTDC Map – Chicago Downtown 63 FIGURE 51: MTDC Supply and Demand – Chicago 64 FIGURE 52: MTDC Utilization – Chicago 64 FIGURE 53: MTDC Pipeline – Chicago 65 ATLANTA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 FIGURE 54: MTDC Providers – Atlanta 67 FIGURE 55: MTDC Market Share Leaders – Atlanta 68 FIGURE 56: MTDC Map – Atlanta 69 FIGURE 57: MTDC Supply and Demand – Atlanta 70 FIGURE 58: MTDC Utilization – Atlanta 70 FIGURE 59: MTDC Pipeline – Atlanta 71 SEATTLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 FIGURE 60: MTDC Providers – Seattle 73 FIGURE 61: MTDC Market Share Leaders – Seattle 74 FIGURE 62: MTDC Map – Seattle 75 FIGURE 63: MTDC Supply and Demand – Seattle 76 FIGURE 64: MTDC Utilization – Seattle 76 FIGURE 65: MTDC Pipeline – Seattle 77 PHOENIX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 FIGURE 66: MTDC Providers – Phoenix 79 FIGURE 67: MTDC Market Share Leaders – Phoenix 80 FIGURE 68: MTDC Map – Phoenix 81 FIGURE 69: MTDC Supply and Demand – Phoenix 82 FIGURE 70: MTDC Utilization – Phoenix 82 FIGURE 71: MTDC Pipeline – Phoenix 83TIER1 RESEARCH: DATACENTER© 2011 THE 451 GROUP, 451 RESEARCH AND/OR ITS AFFILIATES. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  9. 9. BOSTON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 FIGURE 72: MTDC Providers – Boston 85 FIGURE 73: MTDC Market Share Leaders – Boston 86 FIGURE 74: MTDC Map – Boston 87 FIGURE 75: MTDC Supply and Demand – Boston 88 FIGURE 76: MTDC Utilization – Boston 88 FIGURE 77: MTDC Pipeline – Boston 89 NA MTDC: TOP MARKETS – 2011 © 2011 THE 451 GROUP, 451 RESEARCH AND/OR ITS AFFILIATES. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  10. 10. ABOUT 451 RESEARCH451 Research, a division of leading global analyst and data company The 451Group, is focused on the business of enterprise IT innovation. Clients of 451Research — at end-user, service-provider, vendor and investor organizations— rely on 451 Research’s insight through a range of syndicated research andadvisory services to support both strategic and tactical decision-making.© 2011 The 451 Group, 451 Research and/or its Affiliates. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction anddistribution of this publication, in whole or in part, in any form without prior written permis-sion is forbidden. The terms of use regarding distribution, both internally and externally, shallbe governed by the terms laid out in your Service Agreement with 451 Research and/or its Affil-iates. The information contained herein has been obtained from sources believed to be reliable.451 Research disclaims all warranties as to the accuracy, completeness or adequacy of such infor-mation. Although 451 Research may discuss legal issues related to the information technologybusiness, 451 Research does not provide legal advice or services and their research should notbe construed or used as such. 451 Research shall have no liability for errors, omissions or inad-equacies in the information contained herein or for interpretations thereof. The reader assumessole responsibility for the selection of these materials to achieve its intended results. The opinionsexpressed herein are subject to change without notice.TIER1 RESEARCH: DATACENTER© 2011 THE 451 GROUP, 451 RESEARCH AND/OR ITS AFFILIATES. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

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