In a mercurial world of evolutionary data generation, Aligned Energy provides adaptive technology that enables increasingly desired flexibility with deployments. Download the new Financial Analyst Update from Aligned Energy to get an update on its management team, platform, model and more.
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.
Infrastructure funds and sovereign wealth funds are becoming more active in the data center sector, creating new companies and investing in data center construction.
Building and operating an enterprise data center (“flying solo”) can be a daunting task that is capital intensive. Being a tenant at a colocation provider can take a lot of burden off the corporate facilities team and reduce CAPEX. Download the new report from Server Technology and Raritan that aims to help enterprises make the decision to choose a colocation provider or building and operating an enterprise data center on their own.
A recent article by Steve Gillaspy of Intel outlined many of the challenges faced by those responsible for designing, operating, and sustaining the IT and physical support infrastructure found in today’s data centers. This paper targets four of the five macro trends discussed by Gillaspy. Download the full report from Server Technology to learn more about what these trends mean for the industry and what is top of mind for today’s data center managers.
The constant challenge of meeting the ever-growing demand for speed or bandwidth and lowering or eliminating the latency has paved the way for the ‘Evolution of Edge Computing’ to address the needs of the ‘Always Connected customer’. STULZ marketing manager Manohar Reddy focuses on how the micro and modular data centers are taking center stage to meet the growing Edge computing infrastructure demand.
As 2019 kicked off, data center industry followers were eager to learn about the top trends that will shape the industry this year. Popular reads for January also tracked moves by Google, Cologix, EdgeConnex, Equinix, Compass Data Centers and more.
More organizations are recognizing the importance of good cable management for modern data centers. What they need is a data center tool that can decrease the complexity of cable management. Download the new eBook from Sunbird Software that explores seven best practices for good data center cable management alongside real-world tips from their experts and examples of how DCIM software can help you achieve them in your own environment.
In a new whitepaper, Server Technology explore the roles that flexibility and reusability will play going forward in making decisions around engineering future data center designs, and how data centers continue to work on their environmental impacts by pursuing efficiency, reusability, and waste reduction. Download the new report today, “Flexibility and Sustainability for the Dynamic Data Center,” to learn more about how efforts to grow flexibility, resiliency and reusability in the colocation industry will shape further evolution of the data center.
In 2019 , Equinix is focusing on opportunities in hyperscale data centers and enterprise computing, while sizing up where it may want to play in edge computing.
Matt Gleason, VP and general manager, Northeast, for Coresite, explores the fact that despite the obvious benefits of digitally transforming a business, planning and executing a transformation effort is often much easier said than done. Read on for more insight into colocation services for financial institutions.