Data center real estate market in North America
In supply of data center real estate, measured by commissioned power
In demand for data center real estate, measured by TTM absorption
In hyperscale owned facilities, measured by operational power
Real estate supply pipeline
Rank amongst North America markets
Colocation power commissioned within the market, measured in MW, includes preleasing
Colocation power commissioned and available within the market, measured in MW
Speculative colocation power under construction within the market, measured in MW
Speculative planned colocation power that hasn't yet broken ground, measured in MW
The Atlanta data center market is growing. The area boasts strong power and connectivity infrastructure, allowing companies to strategically locate a data center in the city and greater metro markets. Over 55 colocation and enterprise data center users call the Atlanta market home.
Atlanta's data center market continues to grow because of the favorable business climate, competitive colocation/cloud environment, reasonable power cost, low natural disaster risk, and robust connectivity. Continued delivery of colocation and cloud options in Atlanta creates a competitive location for data center users and the power cost in the Atlanta market is competitive when compared to other major U.S. markets. Transactions in the market can be both small (0 kW-500 kW) and large (501+ kW), with active participation from hyperscale, financial, healthcare, insurance, technology, and telecommunications companies.
Largest colocation providers
Measured by total commissioned power