As enterprise workloads rapidly move to the cloud, there are some applications that struggle in this new multi-tenant environment. A DCF special report courtesy of phoenixNAP and Intel looks at how bare-metal computing options are becoming increasingly popular with organizations looking to migrate performance- or location-sensitive workloads to the cloud.
Interconnection and finding the right colocation partner will be critical considerations for enterprises building out edge data centers. A new special report courtesy of Iron Mountain looks at how the edge can help small data centers transform into full-fledged service providers and fuel digital transformation.
In the past, data centers ensured space and power, providing customers direct connections to multiple networks and cloud providers. For the most part, customers didn’t interact with each other. Mark Lewis, Senior Director Ecosystem Development, Iron Mountain Data Centers, discusses how the growing demand for interconnection between customers is driving change at the edge in the data center industry.
Chuck Kuhn has become an active player in the data center real estate market in Northern Virginia, and his JK Land Holdings is now expanding its business to other leading North American data center markets.
Prime Data Centers is entering the Suburban Chicago market in a big way. The developer says it will invest $1 billion to create a 750,000 square foot data center campus in Elk Grove Village.
As more mobile devices send data to the edge and the cloud, data centers will need to develop a hybrid approach to their infrastructure that addresses long transmission times that can lead to downtime for mission-critical applications. A new white paper from Belden explores why low-latency hybrid edge computing is the future of the data center market.
Each month Data Center Frontier, in partnership with Pkaza, post some of the hottest data center career opportunities in the market.
Edge computing is important for proximity and latency, but can also build thriving ecosystems to create a new business hub. A DCF special report courtesy of Iron Mountain looks at how the edge can help fuel digital transformation.
Google will invest an additional $1 billion in its data center operations in Central Ohio, expanding its campus in New Albany and acquiring land for future campuses in Columbus and Lancaster.
As the world confronts the growing urgency of the climate crisis, top cloud computing companies are stepping up their efforts to lead the transition to a cleaner economy. Here’s a look at the next phase of the cloud sector’s climate impact.