1. European Data Centre vacancy reaches an all time low

    European Data Centre vacancy reaches an all time low
    Overall vacancy in carrier neutral data centres in the top five European markets has reached a historic low of 22.8 per cent, according to the latest research released by CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) today. This is due to a slower rate of new supply coming to the market, as well as a gentle increase in demand across the region, the report reveals. Of the five European markets analysed (London, Paris, Frankfurt, Amsterdam and Madrid), London performed best in the final quarter of last year, accounting for almost half of all take-up (49 per cent) and emerging as a clear overall leader in 2010. Meanwhile Madrid experienced very poor levels of take-up, significantly below that of its five-year market average, although it is expected to perform slightly better over the next year.
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