Landmark Dividend has acquired approximately 1.2 million square feet of space within the Quantum Park development in “Data Center Alley” in Ashburn, Virginia. The deal includes vacant land that supports data center development.
Vantage Data Centers is expanding into Africa, and has begun construction on a $1 billion data center campus in Johannesburg, South Africa. The project is notable because it is first direct expansion into Africa by a major U.S. data center developer.
In this edition of Voices of the Industry, Eric Xie, Software Application Engineer at Intel® Data Center Management Solutions shares insights on how data centers can reduce power consumption to benefit both the bottom line and the planet.
A new white paper from Server Technology explores how efficiency and sustainability, and even the integration of renewable energy sources, are changing the way data center operators are thinking about power distribution solutions.
Google Cloud’s new Carbon Footprint feature provides customers with one-click access to emissions data for carbon tracking four cloud applications, simplifying disclosure for corporate ESG (Environmental Social, Governance) reporting.
Google Cloud is extending its infrastructure to the edge, bringing its cloud hardware and software into telecom networks and customer data centers, including on-premises facilities.
The decision to use a bare-metal cloud provider is usually driven at least in part by performance considerations. A DCF special report looks at why processors matter when it comes to bare-metal computing.
Facebook says that a configuration error broke its connection with a key network backbone, disconnecting Facebook from all of data centers and leaving its DNS servers unreachable, the company said.
Utah continues to gain momentum as a growth market for hyperscale computing. Google has purchased land for a future campus in Eagle Mountain, near where Facebook is currently building a huge data center.
A specialty bare-metal cloud provider can save customers between 45% and 80% off the price of comparable offerings from the three largest public cloud companies, according to a DCF special report, courtesy of phoenixNAP and Intel.