This white paper addresses five key aspects of IT that are inextricably tied to computing’s physical realities, even as that computing becomes more virtualized. Download this white paper to learn more about software defined networks for the data center.
Google today introduced network tiers, providing cloud customers with the option to save money by assigning workloads to different network tiers based on their performance requirements.
In this eBook, we will discuss the cost and security implications of maintaining a data center and the importance of having a reliable PDU to help you achieve continuous uptime.
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Watch this webinar replay featuring 451 Research’s Principal Analyst, Carl Lehmann, and Iron Mountain’s Technology Director, Don Davis, as they discuss…
• The market and technology trends that influence workload, data center and cloud strategy
• How to evaluate the characteristics of various workloads and execution venues
• How to manage workloads across on-premises and off-premises ecosystems
Telcos hope to deploy tens of thousands of small cell and DAS antenna systems to support next-generation 5G wireless broadband connectivity. Here’s a look at what this may mean for data centers.
Remote computing is changing dramatically. Mobility, IoT, wireless connectivity, small-footprint software, and other technologies continue to drive digital activity everywhere. As a result, remote computing environments keep getting denser, more sophisticated, and more critical to the business. To learn more about managing IT in remote offices and the impact on your data center download this white paper.
Google Cloud Platform is implementing a cutting-edge algorithm to reduce network congestion, which it says will offer improved application performance for customers.
The arrival of next-generation 5G wireless is expected to bring widespread disruption of American business, as low-latency connections enable new services. 5G broadband also will mean more data traffic, and more business for data centers.
This paper presents test results showing how a well-designed, well-executed hybrid cloud architecture performs versus one that leverages standard facilities, using connections and an architecture not optimized for application performance. Download now to learn more.
Data centers are a critical part of the infrastructure that supports the modern economy, not only in the technology sector, but in advanced manufacturing, entertainment, finance, healthcare, information, retail, telecommunications, and almost every other sector of the economy as well. To learn more about the data centers in Virginia download this white paper.