Internet growth is creating opportunities for digital infrastructure in regional markets, especially the carrier hotels that serve as the network hubs in these cities. That’s the trend behind the industry’s latest M&A deal, in which Netrality Data Centers will acquire Indy Telcom Center.
Equinix wants to increase the speed and breadth of its data center ecosystems. The company recently outlined its expanding vision for “delivering physical infrastructure at software speed” everywhere from the cloud to the edge.
A hybrid IT stratgegy enables businesses to integrate a decentralized footprint into its existing IT strategy without sacrificing the needs of the enterprise and its existing stakeholders.
Equinix is exiting leased data center space in four major markets across the U.S., and plans to migrate customers to newer Equinix facilities in the same markets, the company confirmed this week.
For some people, the Edge is defined as being located in either a Tier 2 or Tier 3 market, or it’s classified as being a small or micro data center. But, in fact, the Edge can really be a data center of any size, located everywhere and anywhere businesses and communities need to be connected to the wider world of communications, content, and cloud-based services.
It is imperative in today’s fast-paced data center environment that product and service innovations be rolled out quickly and safely. A new white paper from QTS explains how microservices have boosted the speed, flexibility, and resilience of their proprietary Service Delivery Platform (SDP).
EdgeConneX continues to add data center capacity in major regional markets in the United States. The company will add nearly 20M megawatts of new capacity across its existing footprint in the Seattle, Portland, Phoenix, Miami, Detroit, and Chicago markets.
Data center provider Cologix has added its first major presence on the U.S. West Coast, acquiring a data center campus in Santa Clara, Calif. from vXchnge.
In high-performance data center architectures, cabling matters. A new white paper from Siemon explains how high speed interconnects that are compatible with network equipment, and are high quality and high performance, can reduce costs.
Digital Realty has outlined its vision for a more distributed interconnection landscape, with network connections moving closer to giant storehouses of data, rather than being concentrated in network hubs in city centers.