Amid the consolidation in the data center industry, Equinix and Digital Realty continue to grow through acquisition. We checked in with both companies to discuss the evolving data center market, and the road ahead.
An in-depth look at the latest trends impacting the world of data centers and cloud computing.
Colocation providers are building data centers at the sites where undersea fiber optic cables arrive in North America. It’s a new wrinkle in the evolution of edge computing.
In a blockbuster deal for the data center sector, Equinix will acquire 24 data center sites from Verizon, including the NAP of the Americas in Miami and NAP of the Capital Region in Culpeper, Virginia.
RagingWire will begin construction this month on its VA3 data center, which will anchor a huge new campus in Ashburn, Virginia. The company will invest $160 million in VA3, which will be the first of six huge data centers at the site.
The new LinkedIn data center in Hillsboro, Oregon breaks new ground in Internet-scale data centers, combining high density with exceptional efficiency and sustainability. Here’s a closer look at the project and its design.
One Wilshire, the iconic carrier hotel in downtown Los Angeles, has begun infrastructure upgrades that will add up to 28 megawatts of power for additional data center capacity.
Career development and faster networks were key themes discussed this week by Infrastructure Masons, a group that brings together the largest data center builders to chart a course for the cloud economy.
Vapor IO has launched a software suite to slash deployment cost of edge computing, provide “lights out” management capabilities and tight cloud integration.
Intel today unveiled FPGA-powered hardware targeting the artificial intelligence (AI) market, which has emerged as a focus of investment for the largest data center operators.
The Dallas/Fort Worth region is poised for a data center building boom, with more than 200 megawatts of potential capacity in the pipeline. Read more in the Data Center Frontier Special Report on the Dallas Market.