Knight Frank’s recently launched EMEA and APAC data centres team will work with DC Byte to analyse exclusive market statistics and gain rapid response access to detailed analytics on both the hyperscale and colocation data centre markets. This information will inform Knight Frank’s dedicated market research reports.
Stephen Beard, Partner and Head of EMEA and APAC Data Centres at Knight Frank said: “Specialising in investment, site transactions and occupier advisory, our EMEA and APAC Data Centres team also provides our clients with the latest market insights.
“We are pleased to partner with DC Byte, a fast-growing start-up specialising in the provision of data centre information and analytics, enabling us to gain access to detailed statistics and emerging trends .
“As well as informing our consultancy and brokerage teams, critically this also gives us an edge in a time-sensitive market that is accelerating and evolving rapidly.”
The upcoming research report will provide a quarterly review of the data centres market, covering 12 high growth markets across Europe.
Ed Galvin Founder and CEO of DC Byte, said: “We are proud to be associated with Knight Frank – a business that has an established reputation as a premium global property advisory firm. The company and its vision ticks all the boxes as a business partner for us, and shares in our ambition for rapid growth to global coverage.
“As part of this agreement, Knight Frank will be providing us with access to a global network of consultants that will add continued value to our offering.”
The first report will be launched imminently.
About Knight Frank LLP
Knight Frank LLP is the leading independent global property consultancy. Headquartered in London, Knight Frank has more than 19,000 people operating from over 512 offices across 60 territories. These figures include Newmark Grubb Knight Frank in the Americas, and Douglas Elliman Fine Homes in the USA. The Group advises clients ranging from individual owners and buyers to major developers, investors and corporate tenants.