Dgtl Infra provides you comprehensive details for the latest precedent sale (M&A) transactions in the data centers sector of digital infrastructure. Acquirors in this report include Equinix, Digital Realty, CyrusOne, DigitalBridge, EQT Infrastructure, Macquarie Infrastructure (MIRA), Brookfield Infrastructure, Stonepeak Infrastructure, Vantage Data Centers, Blackstone, and many more.
This analysis is comprehensive, as shown by the product image. Specifically, this document covers over 120 data centers M&A transactions from the United States, Europe, Latin America, Africa, Australia, and India. Indeed, this analysis comprises all key data center M&A transactions dating back to 2015, with transaction values of greater than $100 million.
What Transaction Metrics Does Dgtl Infra Cover?
Dgtl Infra includes detail on qualitative factors. These include the acquiror name, target name, seller name, geography of the target, and announcement date of the transaction. Additionally, Dgtl Infra provides key quantitative details pertinent to analyze the transaction. Specifically, these financial metrics include transaction value, EBITDA of the target, multiple of Enterprise Value-to-EBITDA. Finally, we provide operational metrics such as # of data centers in the transaction, critical load of the data centers in megawatts, and total data center space in square feet.
What Types of Data Centers Transactions Does Dgtl Infra Cover?
Within these precedent M&A transactions for data centers, Dgtl Infra focuses on the sub-sectors of wholesale & hyperscale, interconnection-based colocation, and retail-based colocation.
Why Are Data Centers Important?
Data centers are mission-critical buildings. These facilities provide space and redundant power, cooling, security, and connectivity to the most important companies in the world. Indeed, data center customers (or tenants) include cloud, e-commerce & gaming, enterprises, government agencies, health care, and education systems.
Cloud service provider customers include Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud. Internet customers include Facebook, Uber, Twitter, Netflix, Apple, and Salesforce. Finally, emerging customers include TikTok, Spotify, and Snapchat.
Data center companies and M&A transactions can typically be categorized into two core segments. Firstly, hyperscale tenants that have critical IT power loads >1 megawatt on 5 to 10-year leases. Secondly, enterprise (retail) or colocation facilities that have heavily dense fiber, which provide connectivity and managed services. These enterprise or colocation facilities have IT critical power loads of <1 megawatt on 3 to 5-year leases.