Data Centers REITs

REITs Ranked by Sectors


Data Center Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) manage, develop and own data center facilities, offering solutions to individuals along with small, medium and large companies. These data centers usually contain heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, along with energy stabilizers and security. These data center solutions can include cloud services, records, data and document management, distributed IT infrastructure across multiple sites, logistics, secure shredding, deploy private content delivery networks (CDNs), data security and recovery. Additionally, Data Center REITs can provide business services such as accounts payable, human resource, operations, marketing, legal departments, IT data management, and enterprise level solutions. Data Center REITs customers vary across a wide range of industries such as energy, entertainment, government, cloud-based, healthcare, insurance, law, communications, mortgage, retail, internet content providers, e-commerce, banking and financial. Some REIT's portfolios include data center across North and South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and Africa. Data center and Data Center REITs are a relatively new industry compared to other types of REITs.

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Results (7) out of 285

Symbol ˅  ˄ REIT Name REITRating™ Score* Sector [Remove Filter] ˅  ˄ Listing Status Market Cap
QTS QTS Realty Trust, Inc. 8.5 Data Centers Public Mid-Cap
OFC Corporate Office Properties Trust 7.2 Data Centers
Office
Diversified
Public Mid-Cap
IRM Iron Mountain, Inc. 7.1 Specialty
Data Centers
Public Mid-Cap
EQIX Equinix, Inc. 8.0 Data Centers Public Large-Cap
DLR Digital Realty Trust 7.9 Data Centers Public Large-Cap
COR CoreSite Reality Corporation 7.6 Data Centers Public Mid-Cap
CONE CyrusOne, Inc. 8.5 Data Centers Public Mid-Cap

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