Raul Martynek, CEO, DataBank, explains why software-as-a-service and content providers need the ability to provision services from the edge as close as possible to their customers to capitalize on 5G technologies and deliver low-latency experiences for customers.
How do you determine if a slated hardware refresh is really essential? Paul Mercina, Director of Product Management for Park Place Technologies, shares three key considerations that may help you avoid unnecessary IT hardware refreshes.
Angie McMillin, vice president and general manager, IT Systems at Vertiv, discusses how a scalable IT management platform can address the challenges IT managers are facing as digitization, remote work and other trends drive industry change.
With the increased focus on infrastructure modernization, databases have started migrating from on-prem to the cloud, multi-cloud, and hybrid cloud. Martin Wielomski, Director of Product Management at phoenixNAP Global IT Services, discusses how emerging technology like Optane DCPMM can solve database management challenges.
In this edition of Voices of the Industry, Nicola Buckley, Executive Vice President, Global Service Delivery at Park Place Technologies, contemplates how the customer experience should be a primary driver for business growth.
As the modern IT environment continues to evolve in scope and complexity, organizations face critical challenges around IT asset discovery and management. Get the report that explores how an automated and comprehensive look at an organization’s IT assets saves time, reduces risks, maximizes resources, and more.
In this edition of Voices of the Industry, JP Laqueur, Senior Vice President of Marketing at DataBank, examines how Web 3.0 has created the need for a strong Digital Asset Allocation strategy.
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.
Microsoft is working on new storage technologies to house massive amounts of data in DNA and holograms. These storage technologies could disrupt how data centers are designed and operate.
The pandemic has boosted sales of hyperscale hardware, especially custom servers and storage from ODM vendors and Open Compute specialist Inspur, according to new data from Synergy Research Group and IDC.