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Data Center Outlook 2017 Key Indicators

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Dallas, Singapore and Vantage: If I were in charge of my enterprise’s data centers, I would be paying attention to these three topics in 2017. While cloud adoption, hybrid IT, edge computing and IoT will dominate headlines, these three items are the barometers of industry trends and adoption that will impact your cost structure and relationships going forward.

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Lincoln Rackhouse Buys Atlanta Data Center in Sale-Leaseback Transaction

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Lincoln Rackhouse, the data center development arm of Lincoln Property Company, has announced the purchase of an 88,000 sf Atlanta data center for an undisclosed sum. The new facility, occupied by a Fortune 50 company, provides Lincoln with a solid asset in another major data center market. They currently own five other data centers located in Boston, Charlotte, New York, and Northern Virginia.

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Coca-Cola sells Atlanta data center to Rackhouse

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The Coca-Cola Company is selling its Atlanta data center to Lincoln Property Company subsidiary Rackhouse for an undisclosed sum. The multinational will continue to rent the space until next year, after which it plans to relocate its IT and cloud services to another facility.

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Lincoln Rackhouse Steps Up Data Center Acquisitions

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Lincoln Rackhouse has acquired two data centers in Northern Virginia from Netrality Properties, entering one of the industry’s most active markets. The deal is part of a larger effort by Lincoln Rackhouse to build a national data center portfolio, primarily through acquisitions of existing properties.

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Velocis and Lincoln Purchase Key Charlotte Data Center Facility

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The two-story building, which offers expansion opportunities, was built in 1968 and is currently more than 80 percent leased. Significant long-haul fiber routes originate from all directions through the building and it draws a wide array of telecommunications and colocation data center users. Additionally, it is ideally located close to multiple data centers and telecommunication companies including the area's main AT&T switch.

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