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Data Bytes: Gartner documents the rapid growth in cloud Infrastructure as a Service adoption. Also, Asia is home to the most cloud data centers, IoT leaders worry about security.
Mitzi Amon, Director of Healthcare Marketing at Vertiv, explores the rising importance of healthcare edge infrastructure as Telehealth services surge amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tower operator SBA Communications is signaling a larger push into edge computing, which could include more data centers and perhaps thousands of edge modules at the base of telecom towers.
Digital Realty plans to build the world’s largest multi-tenant data center campus near Dulles Airport in Northern Virginia. The Digital Dulles campus will create 7.5 million square feet of new data center space in the world’s most active cloud market.
Amazon will invest $10 billion in Project Kuiper, a satellite network to provide broadband Internet service. Analysts say Amazon’s ambitions in space could expand the market for its online retail and cloud computing businesses.
Despite the national employment crisis, the data center industry continues to hire, with many new openings for managers and skilled staff in Northern Virginia, Montreal, Seattle and Silicon Valley.
Amazon Web Services is continuing to expand in Northern Virginia, including a massive data center campus just south of Dulles Airport, which could add up to 2.5 million square feet of cloud computing capacity.
Data Bytes is our new weekly roundup of research and analysis on data centers and cloud computing. This week: New data on cloud investment by hyperscalers, latest trends in PUE, HPC spending pauses for COVID-19, and projections on edge server growth.
Newcomer Novva Data Centers has unveiled plans to build a 1.5 million square foot campus in the Salt Lake City, Utah market. Novva is led by CEO Wes Swenson, backed by CIM Group, and features an innovative approach to data center cooling.