Interconnection will become even more pivotal to the digital economy over the next 5 years, which will see a meteoric rise in the volume of data traffic flowing through network intersections.
An in-depth look at the latest trends impacting the world of data centers and cloud computing.
Colocation provider Evoque Data Center Solutions has named veteran executive Andy Stewart as Chief Executive Officer, succeeding Tim Caulfield, who led the new company through its first 18 months.
There’s more to microgrids than you might think. If you’ve never looked at microgrids as a real option for your data center, enterprise, or specific use-case, it might be an excellent moment to explore these solutions.
Iron Mountain has signed a 27-megawatt lease for a new data center in Frankfurt, serving notice that it has joined the top tier of developers that can provide capacity to the largest clients.
Large investors remain focused on the data center market, citing extraordinary demand for capital to fuel the data economy, even amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s a look at recent transaction trends.
Data center developer CoreSite is shifting from building mode to leasing as it brings fresh capacity online across its U.S. footprint, including new space in Chicago and Santa Clara.
The data center industry is experiencing big demand for commissioning agents as the industry continues to bring many more data centers online, according to the latest data center jobs report via Pkaza Critical Facilities Recruiting.
AWS Ground Station is positioning Amazon’s infrastructure as the key link in the fast-growing stream of image data between satellites and cloud data centers. Here’s a closer look at AWS and its leadership in cloud services for commercial space startups.
Global colocation giant Equinix will buy a portfolio of 13 data center sites from Bell Canada (BCE) for $750 million in cash, the companies said today.
Nautilus Data Technologies has lined up $100 million in funding to complete a 6-megawatt floating data center in Stockton, Calif. , which it says will be cheaper and more efficient than traditional land-based facilities.