AWS Ground Station is positioning Amazon’s infrastructure as the key link in the fast-growing stream of image data between satellites and cloud data centers. Here’s a closer look at AWS and its leadership in cloud services for commercial space startups.
Chad Rodriguez, Vice President of Network and Cloud, along with Chris Bair, Senior Vice President of Sales and Leasing for Stream Data Centers, share key considerations for successfully managing network and cloud demands during a crisis.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Zoom has become the poster child for society’s rapid shift to online services. Here’s a look at how Zoom used a combination of colocation and cloud services to handle its insane video traffic growth.
Compass Datacenters will use low-carbon concrete from CarbonCure for its data center campuses, reflecting the need for sustainability to permeate all aspects of data center development.
Oracle Cloud is competing aggressively for video conferencing business, winning deals with video conferencing providers Zoom and 8×8 for additional capacity to support pandemic-driven user growth.
Multicloud strategies are becoming more popular, allowing IT managers to leverage the respective strengths and cost profiles of major cloud platforms. But multicloud strategies come with management challenges.
Economic disruptions are times of both peril and opportunity. We look at how the COVID-19 pandemic may impact the active world of data center mergers & acquisitions. Financial strength will drive the action.
Data centers are continuing to hire, even as unemployment spikes due to the COVID-19 crises. Current data center jobs include two senior VP sales roles, and a series of engineering positions.
Today’s edge is more mission critical, powerful and secure than traditional remote computing deployments, such as the old IT closet, and designed to deliver on-site computing and network connectivity for everything from in-store retail to banking to K-12 and higher education and healthcare facilities. Angie McMillin, Vice President and General Manager of IT Systems at Vertiv, explores the shifting sands within the world of edge computing.
Google is shifting large computing jobs to times where they can be powered with renewable energy, creating a “carbon intelligent” platform that enables data centers to use more solar and wind energy to power servers.