By 2025, 80% of enterprises will have shut down their traditional data center, versus 10% today. Hear from Randy Rowland, President of Data Center Services at Cyxtera, on how colocation can play an even more important role as an alternative to on-premises environments.
Customers can buy data center space in a number of ways. One of the most popular is colocation, tenants buy space by the rack, cabinet or cage. Larger requirements typically use the wholesale data center model, in which a tenant leases a finished suite of “turn-key” raised-floor space. The dividing lines between the two have blurred in recent years, which wholesale providers pursuing smaller deals while colo specialists add suites to their offerings. Both retail colocation providers and companies selling wholesale data center space are pushing into new markets, extending these IT outsourcing services to new audiences.
Frontier Spotlight November 2018 covers the latest movement in the Northern Virginia data center market, as well as closer looks at the economics of vertical data center design and Microsoft’s undersea data center.
H5 Data Centers is pursuing a strategy of expanding in growing second-tier markets, tracking the expanding geography of cloud adoption and content distribution. Its newest acquisition is in San Antonio.
As data volumes explode, real-time solutions like data center management-as-a-service (DMaaS) are changing the data center landscape. Jeff Klaus of Intel Data Center Management Solutions, explores how real-time data solutions and new technology like edge computing are working to change and evolve the data center industry as we know it.
Data is the lifeblood of the financial services industry. Here’s a look at the many ways that Wall Street and the broader financial sector rely upon data centers, and the evolution of that relationship.
Data center leaders are investing in edge computing and edge solutions and actively looking at new ways to deploy edge capacity to support evolving business and user requirements.
Hear from Stream Data Centers Michael Lahoud and Paul Moser on data center planning and how your company should approach a data center investment.
The detect-and-respond security model requires organizations to build capabilities from the lowest levels and deploy solutions that can distribute the detection, obfuscation and isolation throughout their networks. This approach applies to sensors and IoT devices, controllers in connected equipment, and at all gateway and bridge points to expand the ability to monitor their equipment and network in real-time.
Edge design really does come down to your use-case and what you’re trying to accomplish. Explore some of today’s top edge computing solutions, including BASELAYER’s modular approach.
Data Center Frontier’s November job spotlight features a critical facility manager opening in the booming Toronto market, as well as a variety of colocation positions in the Northern Virginia and growing Dallas markets.