Compute infrastructure continues to build out on a global basis as outsourced and remotely managed infrastructure moves inexorably to becoming the default way of doing things. The primary driver of this build out has been hyperscale cloud. Hyperscale is moving into new regions of the world and establishing multiple locations in mature markets. While this shows no signs of slowing down, decentralization is already starting to happen as the edge moves from concept to reality. Compute infrastructure is being built in smaller increments and not just moving into far flung locations, but deploying in different deployment models. All this has increased the importance of connectivity and interconnection platforms, while widening the ecosystem to include new pieces such as wireless. This report looks at the infrastructure build patterns that are taking shape in this rapidly changing landscape. How is hyperscale building around the world? How is compute getting to the edge? What form factors is compute being deployed in and how is all this impacting the build and expansions strategies of data centre operators and infrastructure service providers?