The growth of edge computing and the IoT may boost adoptions of modular data centers, which allow operators to deploy infrastructure in smaller chunks, according to our panel of data center experts.
Data Center Frontier Executive Roundtable
The Data Center Frontier Executive Roundtable is a feature showcasing the insights of thought leaders on the state of the data center industry, and where it is headed. At the close of each quarter, we convene a conversation between a group of experienced executives from the data center, colocation and cloud computing industries. The questions change to address the latest industry developments, including trends in data center design, site selection, cooling and business models.
Enterprise customers are asking for more renewable energy for their IT footprint. What’s the best way for service providers to provide it? Our roundtable of data center experts provides their take.
In 2017 the enterprise cloud will continue its evolution toward a multi-cloud future. Our roundtable panel of data center experts discusses where enterprise data will reside, and why.
Edge computing will be one of the big stories of 2017, boosting the use of modular data centers, according to the 5 experts on our Executive Roundtable. Other hot topics: security and rack density.
The Data Center Frontier Executive Roundtable discusses the impact of edge computing and the Internet of Things, and how these trends are influencing how and where data centers are built and deployed.
Our Executive Roundtable panel examines the challenge of rapid deployment of data center capacity for major cloud computing providers, and the steps the industry is taking to meet these demands.
Our Executive Roundtable of data center thought leaders discusses how the evolution of cloud computing is changing the environment for data center service providers.
In our new Executive Roundtable, five thought leaders discuss the evolution of data center design, and how it is being shaped by cooling strategies.
Emerging technologies like the Internet of Things, virtual reality and machine learning will generate vast amounts of data, which will require additional data center capacity to store, according to panelists from our Executive Roundtable.
Our Executive Roundtable examines the data center industry’s track record on energy efficiency, assessing the progress thus far and laying out the strategies that can take efficiency to the next level.