It’s been a busy year in Dallas. To help our readers keep track of all the news, Data Center Frontier has compiled a brief guide to the data center boom in the Dallas market.
The top data center stories for February 2018 featured mergers, new players and projects, and more money flowing into the data center business. Here’s a look at the hot news for Data Center Frontier readers.
Protection from cybercrime and attacks is top of mind for many executives these days. In fact, according to the United States Department of Justice, cybercrime is one of the greatest threats facing the country today. Download the recent C-level report from LightEdge Solutions that explores why protecting your business from cybercrime doesn’t have to be hard.
January’s most popular data center articles on Data Center Frontier covered what to expect in 2018 for the colocation industry, cloud growth, data center demand for bitcoin miners and more. Check out what Data Center Frontier readers were clicking on the most as the new year kicked off.
New technologies in the data center are boosting adoption of high-density cooling for data centers. Here’s a guide to Data Center Frontier’s coverage of high-density cooling.
The top data center stories for December 2017 centered around mergers and acquisitions that mean big shifts in the colocation industry. Read on to see what your peers were reading as 2017 wrapped up, and find all of the most popular stories on Data Center Frontier during December in one place.
Baselayer is trying to expand its customer base and position RunSmart as a enterprise-class IoT platform that integrates and orchestrates an extensive set of data sources. RunSmart has reengineered its core datacenter infrastructure management (DCIM) platform using a microservices-based architecture. Download the recent report from 451 Research to learn more about the technology behind Baselayer’s updated RunSmart.
Data Center Frontier’s top 10 data center white papers of 2017 reveal a variety of growing data center markets, as well as interest in data center logistics such as build versus buy, containment systems, DCIM and more.
In 2017, Microsoft also focused on hyperscale hardware, continuing its innovation with FPGAs and GPUs to speed its networking and machine learning services, while test-driving ARM cloud servers.
In 2017, Google worked to prepare for rapid growth in data storage & traffic, offering cloud customers a faster network, while amassing land for more data centers to support the gargantuan data storage requirements that lie ahead.