Aligned has matched the entire IT load of its data centers with renewable energy, as part of a holistic sustainability program spanning all parts of its operations.
EdgeConneX is working to enable a new breed of next-generation applications, as seen in recent deployments across Europe for edge cloud specialist Ori Industries.
CyrusOne President and CEO Gary Wojtaszek has resigned suddenly, a step taken “by mutual agreement with the board,” the company said today. Industry veteran Tesh Durvasula has been named to serve as President and CEO on an interim basis.
Netflix sees an opportunity for edge computing to transform TV and film production, where huge video files are often transported on tapes in trucks rather than over data networks.
Investor interest in the data center sector remains high, and the wave of M&A is likely to continue in 2020. But deal values are high, prompting some investors to tread carefully and adjust their strategies.
Colocation specialist Flexential has lined up $250 million to help the company continue to reduce debt, expand its data center footprint and invest in new services.
Digital Realty will acquire a majority interest in the Westin Building Exchange in Seattle, the primary interconnection hub in the Pacific Northwest. The company says the deal will strengthen its interconnection business.
Vertiv Holdings Co. has begun trading on the New York Stock Exchange Monday after completing a $5.3 billion merger with GS Acquisition Holdings, a public company led by investor David Cote.
Vantage Data Centers is going global with a $2 billion push into Europe, acquiring service provider Etix Everywhere along with land parcels in five markets.
Netrality remains focused on building out a national network of connectivity-rich carrier hotels in major metros, and has more resources to power that strategy after its acquisition by Macquarie Infrastructure Partners.