Silicon Valley has seen consistent activity from large data center users and colocation/cloud operators over the last five years. This post from a new Special Report explores the history and market position of Silicon Valley in the data center market, and why Silicon Valley data center space is top of mind for today’s enterprises.
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Boston’s active startup ecosystem also creates demand for data center services. There are more than 1,800 startups in the Greater Boston area,
Strong demand for data center space is continuing in Northern Virginia, the largest and most active data center market in the United States, according to a new market report from Data Center Frontier.
As Oracle shifts its business model toward the cloud, it is seeking to lease wholesale data center space in key markets, according to a new report.
A new wave of commercial satellite imaging companies are collecting upwards of 100 terabytes (TB) or more per day, filling data centers and enabling granular analysis of trends that drive our economy.
T5 Data Centers has signed pre-leases with two enterprise customers at its T5@Chicago data center in Elk Grove Village in Suburban Chicago, the company said this week.
New York City remains a top market for data centers. A special report from Data Center Frontier explores how the Greater New York data center market is gaining traction and becoming more stable.
Equinix data centers will house a system of lasers to beam data around the globe, using satellites to transfer data across space at high speeds. The technology is being deployed by Laser Light Communications, a new tenant for Equinix.
When preparing for a data center consolidation project, there are steps that need to be taken in order to make good judgments about how much can be consolidated and which sites make the most sense for becoming receiving data centers. Just as IT assets, network bandwidth, compute power, and the level of virtualization are determined as part of the consolidation analysis, it is also critical to have an accurate understanding of each site’s physical infrastructure capabilities. This paper specifically addresses facility power, cooling, and the physical space.
The data center is an ever-changing, but still very critical, part of the business. With so much evolution around cloud; when does it make sense to deploy bare metal clouds versus your own dedicated data center? Now, find out what to do when you don’t want to share space!