It’s important to find a colocation data center provider who offers transparency, flexibility and specific pricing of resources, a data center like that allows IT leaders to find significant savings by aligning space, cooling, UPS power, and pricing. To Learn More about Data Center Pricing, download this white paper.
This white paper examine seven reasons build to suit data centers are a faster, cheaper and more efficient than building an in-house, private data center. Download this guide to learn more about the benefits of a build to suit data center.
While companies tend to pay close attention to the purchase of new equipment, many do not have an adequate IT asset disposal (ITAD) policy. There are three main goals when it comes to the proper disposal of IT assets:
Data leak mitigation
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Big internet companies need big data centers – to provide the following:
• Scale massively and with unprecedented speed.
• Deep and powerful connections between every layer of the data center.
• Low-cost interconnection.
• Exponentially increasing performance and personalization.
• Energy efficiency.
• Help keeping it simple.
• Provide security and 100% uptime.
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There’s no economic, strategic or rational reason to build your own data center. None! If you’re a fast-growing cloud provider, social media firm or enterprise company with a large IT footprint, you may believe private data centers are a necessity. You may believe you have very valid reasons for wanting to build your own private data center. To learn more download this white paper.
As data centers deploy virtualization and consolidate equipment for more efficient computing, the average rack power density is constantly rising. While an average cabinet supported 3 – 4 kW a few years ago, today that power management load is considered in low-density environments. It is certainly not uncommon to have cabinets drawing 9 – 15 kW and in several cases, even higher than that. With the rise in processing being done at every cabinet, strong attention needs to be paid to the cabinet power distribution strategy so that the highest levels of availability and efficiency are achieved with minimum management overhead. To learn more download this white paper.
The need for the “Connected Infrastructure of Tomorrow” is approaching faster than you think. With the Internet of Things (IoT) there are new and critical considerations to think about as one prepares for what’s ahead. Learn how to prepare your infrastructure to handle IoT
CyrusOne quick-delivery data center product provides a solution for
cloud technology, social media and enterprise companies that have
trouble building or obtaining data center capacity fast enough to support their information technology (IT) infrastructure. In trying to keep pace with overwhelming business growth, these companies often find it hard to predict their future capacity needs. A delay in obtaining data center space can also delay or stop a company’s revenue-generating initiatives, and have significant negative impact on the bottom line.
The case for a re-envisioned data center is being made every day, and at an increasingly urgent pace. Growing technology demands, transforming global economics, corporate efficiency initiatives, and required business agility are among the drivers making change not merely a strategy, but a prerequisite for survival.
The evolved data center model allows you only buy the space and power you want. Where the traditional colocation model locks you into long-term contracts for power you may not use, the evolved pay- for-use model eliminates the need to forecast IT demand and provides control over capacity. As a result, you reduce waste and align your data center to the needs of your business.