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.
SpaceX, Amazon, OneWeb and Telesat all plan to offer low-latency broadband via constellations of low-earth orbit (LEO) satellites. Here’s an overview of the LEO broadband players, strategies and what these services will mean for the data center industry.
Cologix says it has broken ground on a large data center campus in Northern Virginia, commencing construction on a planned 1 million square foot campus in the heart of “Data Center Alley” in Ashburn.
CoreSite has opened its LA3 data center, adding capacity in the Los Angeles market. CoreSite says it is the city’s first purpose built data center, designed from the ground up as a for storing and delivering data.
Equinix is expanding in Northern Virginia’s Data Center Alley, opening a new campus in Ashburn featuring an innovation lab and new design for a series of four-story data centers.
The Equinix Metal service aims to bring cloud-style automation to colocation, enabling dedicated servers to be provisioned “as a service.” It’s based on tech from the recent acquisition of Packet.