STACK Infrastructure has announced a significant expansion of its Chicago data center campus, with plans to add at least 20 megawatts of capacity.
With cloud computing growing in popularity, as the amount of big data continues to explode, efficient data and workload migration is becoming more critical to success and staying competitive across a variety of marketplaces. A new white paper from Digital Realty focuses on best practices for workload migration, which can get complex quickly, and what it actually means for today’s businesses.
Many of the key trends highlighted by venture capitalist Mary Meeker in her Internet Trends report will boost demand for data centers and cloud computing.
When Google has an outage, it’s often due to network problems, as was the case Sunday. A look at the growing role of the network in data center and cloud uptime.
Digital Realty has acquired a chunk of prime real estate in the heart of “Data Center Alley” in Northern Virginia, adjacent to the Equinix campus in Ashburn.
EdgeCore Internet Real Estate is nearing completion of its first facility in Mesa, Arizona. We take a closer look at EdgeCore, and its data center design and approach to the market.
Data Center Frontier’s most-read stories in April included news on how new fire codes could impact UPS design, a tower REIT entering the colocation fray, and our series looking at the Denver data center market.
5G. You may feel like you’ve been hearing about its potential everywhere you turn. True; 5G has been getting a lot of press exposure and promotions lately — and expectations are high as it has been under development for many years. A new white paper from Compass Data Centers explores the “what, where, when and why” of 5G.
The Northern Virginia data center market is seeing a surge in supply and an even bigger surge in demand. Data Center Frontier explores trends, stats and future expectations for the No. 1 data center market in the country.
The best tools are those that excel at what they are designed for, and those that are flexible enough to accommodate the occasional misapplication for something other than their intended purpose. Marc Cram, Director of Sales for Server Technology gives the case for flexible and versatile data centers and the tools that support them.