Jerry Blair, DataBank Co-Founder and Senior Vice President of Sales, highlights a list of 10 reasons for colocation and explores the following question: Why make the move into colo or cloud?
Managing an organization’s IT infrastructure is a demanding responsibility requiring experience, strategic thinking and the ability to balance current technology challenges and future opportunities. A new white paper shared results from a series of surveys Service Express deployed recently through t s2019 IT Priorities and Infrastructure Survey. . The company surveyed IT professionals on a variety of topics from changing technology to plans regarding the use of a hybrid approach to finding the optimal solutions within their data center environments. Download the full report today.
With its $335 million acquisition of Packet, Equinx hopes to use bare metal servers to deploy colo as if it were cloud, evolving its business model to embrace a deeper push into services.
Iron Mountain has spent several years adding data center capacity and green power. In 2020 it will also focus on enhancing its interconnection capabilities and building connected customer ecosystems.
In this edition of Voices of the Industry, Michael Goh, Senior Director and General Manager for Iron Mountain’s Data Center division for Asia, explores how the APAC data center market is evolving and Singapore is poised for future growth.
Digital Realty has leased 38 megawatts of data center capacity in Northern Virginia over the past five months, turning in a dominant performance in the largest and most competitive data center market.
EdgeConneX is working to enable a new breed of next-generation applications, as seen in recent deployments across Europe for edge cloud specialist Ori Industries.
CyrusOne President and CEO Gary Wojtaszek has resigned suddenly, a step taken “by mutual agreement with the board,” the company said today. Industry veteran Tesh Durvasula has been named to serve as President and CEO on an interim basis.
Power protection strategies. They are critical to the success of today’s critical facilities and to the daily routines of data centers, IT and facility managers. But a big question remains. Does a distributed or centralized backup strategy make more sense for your facility? Vertiv explores in a new report the ins and outs of distributed and centralized backup strategies, to help adapt to the growing demands of the market in terms of availability, capacity and performance requirements.
The role of distributed IT is shifting. This is true for retail locations, branch offices, university campuses or manufacturing plants, and has been for a while. But these days, with almost every organization becoming more digitized, “the number of these sites is increasing, and their role is changing,” said Vertiv. A new white paper from Vertiv outlines how connectivity, cloud computing, big data and mobile applications can work together to enable a new service paradigm for remote sites that increases visibility, reduces downtime and supports optimization of these vital IT resources.