Despite the Trump administration’s decision, the data center industry is continuing to lead the shift to renewable energy to power the Internet economy.
As the data center and Cloud services industries continue to evolve at a dizzying pace, so too are the business models and investment strategies of industry stakeholders. Seeing tremendous windows of opportunity open up through technological innovation and the changing needs of end users, many new players have been quick to jump in.
At some point, every owner or general contractor operating in the mission critical space has been asked about their dollars per megawatt ($/MW) for a particular construction build. Now, learn how to find and control ALL of the hidden costs behind $/MW.
A dramatic shift is occurring in the enterprise data center that affects how information across the organization is stored, accessed and retrieved. In this week’s Voices of the Industry, James Young, global enterprise data center lead at CommScope, shares the ins and outs of high speed migration and what your business needs to know to keep up with fast-paced changes.
NVIDIA is looking to accelerate sales of its AI hardware to hyperscale computing providers through tighter partnerships with original design manufacturers (ODMs), who have become key players in the cloud hardware ecosystem.
Switch continues to build out its national footprint of massive cloud campuses, announcing plans to build more than 1 million square feet of data center space on a new campus near Atlanta.
Keeping pace with cloud growth requires creativity and expanding your growth horizon, cloud builders from Google and Microsoft told the recent Infrastructure Masons Summit.
COPT, which is the primary landlord for Amazon Web Services in Northern Virginia, is building two data centers in Ashburn for an unnamed tenant.
As large hyperscale leases drive the growth of cloud campuses, QTS Data Centers sees an emerging hyperscale opportunity in its huge Richmond data center, a massive former semiconductor fab.
Aligned Energy brings its efficiency-focused intelligent infrastructure design to Phoenix, where it recently opened the doors on a 550,000 square foot data center.