It may seem as if with each year, client demands for Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) and Managed Service Providers (MSPs) are growing at a rapid pace. And a new eBook from the Siemon Company reiterates how in order to be successful, these companies need to be out in front of everything in their managed data center spaces – ensuring uptime, bandwidth, and operational/cost efficiency today, with the flexibility and scalability to adapt and expand on the fly.
The soaring price of bitcoin has boosted the fortunes of cryptocurrency miners, who are seeing strong profits amid surging investor interest in digital assets. Today one bitcoin miner announced a $250 million stock sale, while another is adding 47 megawatts of compute capacity.
The data center industry continues to grow, with open positions are open across the country, as many firms look to meet growing demand. We kick off 2021 with positions in the booming Northern Virginia data center market, as well as Montreal, Canada, two positions in San Jose, Calif., and more.
What’s ahead for the data center industry? We’ve identified eight themes that will shape the data center business in 2021. The big themes: Pandemic response, sustainability and lots of M&A.
Each year Data Center Frontier identifies eight themes that we believe will shape the data center business in the coming year. Here’s a look at how our predictions for 2020 turned out.
Our Data Center Executive Roundtable experts review the role of data centers in surviving the pandemic, and looks ahead to 2021. Insights from Intel, Sabey Data Centers, Chatsworth Products, NTT Global Data Centers Americas, Iron Mountain, Nortek Air Solutions, and Infrastructure Masons.
As we conclude our Data Center Executive Roundtable, our panel of data center experts share their thoughts and predictions about the trends that may surprise us in 2021.
In today’s Data Center Executive Roundtable discussion, our panel weighs in on the outlook for enterprise IT spending as the COVID-19 pandemic extends into 2021.
Amazon Web Services has begun designing its own rack-level Micro UPS units for its data centers, eliminating a centralized UPS in a move that will dramatically improve the power efficiency of its cloud computing operations.
Amazon today announced a massive investment in 3.4 gigawatts (GW) of solar and wind power, which will accelerate the company’s timeline to power its AWS cloud infrastructure with renewable energy by five years.