PacketFabric is among a group of startups bringing the power of software-defined networking (SDN) to multi-tenant data centers, disrupting the way connectivity is bought and provisioned.
Hyperscale has come to mean a lot of things, but at its core is the ability to scale all elements of IT architecture and provision rapidly to meet demand as it increases. This is the final of three entries in a Data Center Frontier series and focuses on the different elements of a hyperscale data center.
As it opens its new Northern Virginia data center campus in Manassas, Iron Mountain outlines plans for future growth, including new construction as well as acquisitions.
As Digital Realty completes its acquisition of DFT, it prepares to deliver the first phase of a massive new campus in Ashburn, Virginia.
With virtualization and cloud computing in the mix, it is more important now than ever to have the right hyperscale data center partner in place. This is the second of three entries in a Data Center Frontier series. This post focuses on how to select the right hyperscale partner.
DataBank and Vertical Bridge are partnering to build a network of micro data centers at the base of cell towers to support demand for edge computing.
Hyperscale will represent 47 percent of all installed data center servers by 2020. This is the first of three entries in a Data Center Frontier series that explores how hyperscale will disrupt the data center market.
The center of the country is proving to be the ideal place to add data center capacity. Apple, Facebook, Google, Amazon and Microsoft are investing $11 billion in cloud campuses across Iowa, Ohio and Nebraska.
Google today introduced network tiers, providing cloud customers with the option to save money by assigning workloads to different network tiers based on their performance requirements.
Stream Data Center sees an opportunity in building large data center campuses for hyperscale customers, a fast-growing niche in the Interent infrastructure business.