As enterprise adoption has increased, the hybrid cloud solution has evolved to meet today’s transformational requirements across multiple lines of business. The good news is that the components used to create a well-designed hybrid cloud environment are different now, and better for enabling high performance.
How has the rise of cloud computing changed the data center industry? In our Executive Roundtable, thought leaders from Intel, Digital Realty, Vertiv and Chatsworth Products discuss the cloud disruption.
The Infrastructure Masons are creating a data center ratings system to offer details on every aspect of a data center’s performance, the group said this week.
Reno, Nevada as the new hotspot for massive cloud campuses. Google has bought land near Reno, not far from data centers for Switch, Apple and eBay – as well as the Tesla Gigafactory.
Green House Data continues to build its national footprint with the acquisition of Cirracore, an Atlanta-based infrastructure provider of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS).
Intel and Barefoot Networks show off an Open Compute switch with 65 silicon photonics optical modules, creating a programmable switch with a top end of 6.5 terabits a second.
Oracle’s strong momentum in cloud computing is good news for data center developers, who have been among the leading beneficiaries of the cloud infrastructure expansions by the largest cloud providers.
At last week’s Open Compute Summit, Microsoft confirmed that it is test-driving ARM cloud servers from Qualcomm and Cavium in its data centers.
Switch has opened its new data center campus in Grand Rapids, Michigan, converting a unique pyramid-shaped office building into a large data center.
Vantage Data Centers is commencing construction this week on the new V5 data center on its Santa Clara campus, even as it continues work on its V6 facility. The two facilities add 24 MW of power to the supply-constrained market.