The world needs more data center capacity, and it needs it yesterday. On the DCF Show, podcast Rich Miller continues our 8 Trends series with a look at how data center development is getting bigger, faster and more efficient.
When it comes to climate change, it is time for the data center sector to lead. On the DCF Show Podcast, Rich Miller outlines how cloud computing can drive a global shift to renewably-powered business.
What’s ahead for the data center industry in 2021? On the Data Center Frontier Show Podcast, we discuss how enterprise IT will adapt to the changed landscape created by the COVID19 pandemic, and why this will matter to data center professionals and end users.
Our guest on the DCF Show is Dean Nelson, founder of Infrastructure Masons and CEO at Virtual Power Systems. Rich and Dean discuss Infrastructure Masons’ mission to ensure that “every click improves the future,” and Dean’s vision for software-defined power.
The cloud is extending to the stars. On the DCF Show Podcast, Rich Miller talks with satellite expert Doug Mohney about how Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure are using satellites to extend their cloud platforms beyond the atmosphere.
Are we making more data than we can manage? That’s the question Rich Miller tackles on the new Data Center Frontier Show podcast, including a look at the potential role for next-generation tech that stores data in DNA and holograms.
DCF Editor Rich Miller talks with David McCall of the QTS Experience podcast about how the business impact of COVID-19 pandemic and what it has meant for the data center industry.
DCF Editor Rich Miller sits down with with Garry Connolly of Host in Ireland and its Barstool Chat series for a discussion of life, the pandemic and data centers.
In a new Data Center Frontier Show Podcast, host Rich Miller looks at how cloud growth is reshaping how data travels around the globe, and the role of undersea cables in these trends.
Data Center Frontier Show host Rich Miller looks at how cloud growth is reshaping how data travels around the globe, using Google’s Grace Hopper Cable to illustrate key trends in subsea cables.