This week’s launch of Google Stadia highlights how cloud gaming may emerge as a significant opportunity for the data center industry, particularly providers offering interconnection and edge computing services that address latency.
Projects like the IEIC (Internet Ecosystem Innovation Committee), of which QTS is a member, work to “stimulate transformation, regional economies and internet infrastructure growth globally,” and are designed to deemphasize the heavy reliance of the current concentrated, congested peering points. A new white paper from QTS, “QTS Peering and Data Exchange,” explores how companies can help the industry proliferate the number of buildings where internet and content networks can exchange traffic and do so in a neutral and open way.
A $500 million investment from an Abu Dhabi sovereign wealth fund is the next step in the transformation of Cologix into a larger player in cloud on-ramps and software-defined networking.
In the next 5 years there will be a meteoric rise in data traffic flowing through network intersections, according to a new report from Equinix. That means data centers will become even more pivotal to the digital economy.
Demands for data volumes and data rates are growing at a never-before-seen pace. A new white paper from Panduit explores how the data center fiber optic networking infrastructure requirements need to change and evolve to meet current and future demands for data volumes and data rates, which are only going to continue to grow.
Today, enterprises need easy access to all of the bits, bytes and packets flowing through a network. And providing this accessibility is a critical piece of network design, says a new white paper from Garland Technology. The paper provides a networking user guide for Networks TAPs or traffic or test access points.
Pushing the limits. This, according to a new white paper from Panduit, is going to be what moves network performance into the next era. A new report from Panduit explores how a fiber-optics solution can increase flexibility, agility, scalability, ease of deployment and more.
Today, there are two opposing approaches to network connectivity: SPAN ports vs. Network Test Access Points or Traffic Access Points (TAPs), which were first engineered in the 1970s. Which are you using? That’s the question a new whitepaper from Garland Technology asks. The report is an in-depth look into network visualization access.
A new white paper explores two different network connectivity options: SPAN ports vs. network traffic access points. Download the new report from Garland Technology to better understand the ins and outs of Network TAPs and more.
A new white paper explores two different network connectivity options: SPAN ports vs. network traffic access points. Download the new report from Garland Technology to better understand the ins and outs of Network TAPs.