The colocation data center is rising in popularity, and a new e-book from Sabey Data Centers explores why these have become popular alternatives to proprietary facilities for several key reasons.
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A&M helps companies around the world address complex business issues to boost their productivity and performance. Get the new white paper from QTS that explores how Alvarez & Marsal (A&M) has benefited from integrating colocation services with business operations.
Data Centers in space? Several space startups are integrating micro-data centers into their satellite designs, offering computing power to process satellite imaging data or monitor distributed sensors for Internet of Things (IoT) applications. Here’s a closer look.
Colocation data centers have become popular alternatives to proprietary facilities for several key reasons, including core competency, access to cost-efficient expertise, flexability and scalability, and more. Get the new white paper from Sabey Data Centers that explores in details factors to consider when choosing a colocation data center facility and provider.
John Sasser at Sabey Data Centers highlights how in light of the recent coronoavirus pandemic it’s even more important to understand where big data, and data-driven computer models can help enhance efficiency and accuracy in today’s healthcare institutions.
Businesses increasingly depend upon secure, reliable availability and high-speed connectivity as they pursue digital transformation. The third entry in a new special report series focuses on the business and technical drivers behind the move to colocation.
Many myths have emerged about the quality and reliability of colocation services, as well as the level of customer control. There are five common misperceptions about colocation in particular.
In a new special report, CoreSite and Data Center Frontier take a look at how colocation can be the “nervous system” of today’s modern digital businesses. This entry in a special report series highlights the pace of real-time business.
Recently the Waffle House business turned to colocation, through provider QTS, to achieve its IT and data infrastructure needs. These include, according to the QTS, extended value over what could be achieved internally, quick delivery in terms of risk exposure, better resource allocation and more. The full report, “Data Center Services: A Story of Build Versus Buy,” courtesy of QTS, explores the decisioning process to keep data services internal, or whether to use a colocation provider.
Colocation provider INAP filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy today, citing the need to strengthen its capital structure after failing to find a buyer or strategic partner.