More huge data centers are coming to the suburbs of major American cities, shifting servers closer to consumers in places like Dallas, Chicago, Atlanta and Phoenix.
July’s top stories in the data center world focused on developments in AI, the growth of hyperscale data center deals, and updates on top colocation markets like Northern Virginia and Dallas-Fort Worth.
In this edition of Voices of the Industry, Randy Rowland, President of Data Center Services at Cyxtera, explores how choosing colocation operators that provide on-demand connectivity and data center services can help you advance your hybrid IT transformation.
Digital Realty is boosting customer access to the IBM Cloud in 15 markets around the world, creating more on-ramps to cloud platforms for its tenants.
Google will build its own private subsea cable to manage data traffic between Europe and its huge cloud campuses in Northern Virginia, with potential benefits for Virginia Beach.
New parents are leveraging apps and data analysis to provide insights on their baby. New dad Bill Kleyman looks at the power of data for groggy parents, and how to secure it.
Wholesale data center leases are growing rapidly, according to CloudHQ founder Hossein Fateh, who said hyperscale deals will soon reach into the hundreds of megawatts.
Many more enterprises are increasingly seeing public cloud as a top priority of their IT strategy. In this edition of Voices of the Industry, Jeff Klaus, General Manager of Intel Data Center Management Solutions, explores the growing market of public cloud services, as well as how to optimize public cloud infrastructure.
Many DevOps solutions are born in the cloud, but there’s still a lot of development that’s totally terrestrial. Bill Kleyman looks at the areas where DevOps and the data center meet, and how both teams can benefit from working effectively together.
Our Executive Roundtable debates data center construction and supply chain management. In an era of just-in-time cloud demand, can we go even faster?