Which companies own the most data centers? Amazon, Microsoft and Google collectively now account for more than 50 percent of the world’s largest data centers across the globe as the three companies continue to spend billions each year on building and expanding their global data center footprint to accommodate the high demand for cloud services.
What is the biggest data center in the US? #1: Digital Realty- Lakeside
Located in Chicago, spanning a total of 1.1 million square feet the Lakeside Technology Center shares the top spot on the list for the largest data centers in the United States.
Does Apple own data centers? Apple has eleven company-owned and -operated data centers supporting iCloud services. The company has six data centers in the United States, two in Denmark, and three in China. One of Apple’s original iCloud data centers is located in Maiden, North Carolina, US.
Who owns the most servers in the US?
- Microsoft has more than 1 million servers, according to CEO Steve Ballmer (July, 2013)
- Facebook has “hundreds of thousands of servers” (Facebook’s Najam Ahmad, June 2013)
- OVH: 150,000 servers (company, July, 2013)
- Akamai Technologies: 127,000 servers (company, July 2013)