Our DCF Executive Roundtable tackles “data gravity” – the explosive growth of data and its impact on the enterprise. Featuring thought leaders from Digital Realty, Iron Mountain, Intel, Vertiv, Chatsworth Products and Infrastructure Masons.
Aligned will add 30 megawatts of new capacity at its Ashburn data center, citing recent leasing success and strong demand in Northern Virginia. The expansion comes just five months after Aligned opened the site.
Internet exchanges are seeing record levels of network traffic as the spread of the Coronavirus prompts more remote work and online education. Game downloads are also boosting traffic.
Data center operators are taking steps to ensure continued operations of their facilities in the wake of heightened concerns about the spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus.
With its $335 million acquisition of Packet, Equinx hopes to use bare metal servers to deploy colo as if it were cloud, evolving its business model to embrace a deeper push into services.
Iron Mountain has spent several years adding data center capacity and green power. In 2020 it will also focus on enhancing its interconnection capabilities and building connected customer ecosystems.
February was a busy month for the business of data centers, as seen in the most popular stories at Data Center Frontier. Our most-read stories include acquisitions, IPOs, CEO resignations, fundings, and expansions.
Two veteran data center thought leaders will steer the future of an emerging specialist in software-defined power. Virtual Power Systems has named Dean Nelson interim CEO, while Peter Gross will be Chairman of the Board.
Digital Realty has leased 38 megawatts of data center capacity in Northern Virginia over the past five months, turning in a dominant performance in the largest and most competitive data center market.
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.