DataGryd recently began developing 5 megawatts of new data center capacity at the iconic 60 Hudson Street carrier hotel in Manhattan, hoping to capitalize on demand for low-latency edge computing services.
Data centers are critical to the operation of travel companies, who require global access to real-time data. Uptime is crucial, and the financial and operational cost of downtime is high.
In security and privacy, the big event of 2018 was the arrival of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). So why are so many reporting that they’re still not compliant -and may never be?
Data is becoming critical to our lives and economy. There are many different data points creation mechanisms, and it’s important to understand why they matter. Bill Kleyman is here to help.
Data lakes are centralized storage and data repositories that allow you to work with a variety of different types of data. Bill Kleyman looks at why data lakes matter, and how you can use them in your business.
In the third entry in a four-part Data Center Frontier Special Report Series that covers the future of lithium-ion batteries and their impact on energy storage, we explore the variety of ways lithium-ion batteries are being used in data centers.
Widely used in today’s consumer electronics, lithium-ion batteries are now being adopted as a backup energy source for Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) in data centers. Download the new Data Center Frontier special report, in partnership with Liion, that explores the energy storage possibilities of lithium-ion batteries.
We’ll soon become a persistently connected society. Bill Kleyman examines how companies can meet their responsibilities for handling of personal data amid the explosion of data creation and storage.
As a Network Engineer, responsible for ensuring availability and speed of the network to business users, there are a number of technologies you should consider when planning any upgrades to your enterprise network. This white paper, by Chatsworth Products (CPI), summarizes these technologies and their impact on the physical premise network, and highlights some advancements in cable management and equipment storage that will help you with network upgrades. Download the new report from Chatsworth Products to learn more about the latest technologies for your enterprise network.
The GDPR has finally arrived. What has it meant for data center providers? Five thought leaders on our DCF Executive Roundtable debate privacy, security and whether a GDPR-style law could work in America.