Our Executive Roundtable panel of thought leaders discuss the future of the enterprise data center, and where it fits amid the dynamic growth of cloud and colocation services.
The former Yahoo Computing Coop is now driving the infrastructure growth for Oath, the media properties previously owned by Yahoo and AOL.
Amazon Web Services says it may build another 12 data centers in Ohio, and might add more cloud campuses in the state – if it can get discounts on power.
As it builds its new Texas campus, RagingWire is retooling its data center construction operation to accelerate its deployment speed.
Amazon Web Services is working with a data center developer to build 11 new data centers in Northern Virginia in 2018-19, which would add 2 million SF of cloud capacity.
Equinix says it will pursue larger deals with hyperscale Internet companies, a move that further blurs the lines between the “retail” colocation and wholesale data center business models.
Advancements in cloud computing are working to redefine businesses’ network strategies. A new white paper from LightEdge Solutions explores how the cloud is changing network strategy. The report also explores LightEdge’s own vCore network architecture that addresses some of today’s biggest network challenges.
In Northern Virginia’s “Data Center Alley,” the appetite for cloud capacity is clearly seen in a recent burst of data center leasing, facility openings and land deals.
Data center startup EdgeMicro is the latest in a series of ventures targeting the market for edge computing, and plans to roll out more than 500 micro data centers at cell towers.
The invention of disruptive technology illuminates the weaknesses in our IT strategies and old-school business models. Sherri Liebo, Senior Vice President, Marketing, at Digital Realty explores how disruptive technology is pushing digital transformation in today’s markets.