Networks continue to grow. And as enterprises need to monitor an expanding number of network segments, or a large distributed network, challenges have arisen. According to a new report from Garland Technology, what these enterprises need is aggregation — which helps institutions secure and monitor their network.
As a network grows and an enterprise needs to monitor either a large number of network segments, or a large, distributed network, the need for aggregation arises. Securing and monitoring the network is the ultimate goal. Download the new report from Garland Technology that highlights how visibility solutions and aggregators can best unlock the ROI in your network.
When Google has an outage, it’s often due to network problems, as was the case Sunday. A look at the growing role of the network in data center and cloud uptime.
As Evoque nears the six-month mark, the company’s leadership is focused on building a network for a carrier-neutral future, where clients can connect to a growing universe of clouds, networks and partners.
Software defined networking architectures automate and centralize the management of your network connectivity. Brandon Tikalsky, Sr. Director, Cloud & Network Architecture at Digital Realty, highlights how companies are using SDN to create dynamic, virtual data center networks.
This white paper examines the latest trends in the broadband and video space, examines their implications for cable operators and other CSPs and explores what providers can do to overcome the challenges presented by the growing traffic bottlenecks. Download the new white paper from EdgeConneX that focuses on the use of localized Edge Data Centers®, rather than the standard large, centralized data centers in far-off locations, to deliver bandwidth-intensive content and latency-sensitive applications actions closer to end users.
Shipping and logistics giant FedEx Corp. has signed a 10-year deal with Switch to provide infrastructure for FedEx’s western U.S. data center.
The micro-edge will be networked not just with local resources, but with data centers and cloud facilities around the world. Martin Olsen, Vice President, Global Edge and Integrated Solutions at Vertiv, outlines how 5G and edge computing is contributing to IoT and AI advancement.
We now stand at the threshold of the next (but far from final) frontier of 5G, the main strategic benefit of which will be enhanced device-to-device communication. Download the new white paper from Compass Data Centers that explores how 5G in data centers and related technological and business changes will impact the location, size and functional focus, as well as inter-connectivity and data storage requirements of today’s colocation facilities.
The most popular stories on Data Center Frontier in March featured Facebook’s new wholesale fiber business, cooling, edge computing, and data center staffing.