Intel says new technologies like AI, the IoT and virtual reality will create an explosion of data, driving demand for new infrastructure and an “interconnectedness of everything.” The data center is central to this vision.
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In all cooling applications where significant change can be expected for a building’s usage, future-ready flexibility is a foremost concern. A new white paper from Data Aire explains why fluidity in business and global economies requires flexibility.
When balancing cloud, data center, and even edge operations, here are some essential services and partner-specific capabilities to know about. A DCF special report courtesy of Panduit looks at how computational fluid dynamic (CFD) analysis helps you predict what you will need in the near future as well as catch inefficiencies today.
Formula 1 racing teams use powerful cloud and edge computing technologies to gain an edge on the track. These relationships are also valuable to tech companies, showcasing cutting-edge uses for data center technology. Here’s a closer look at the tech powering F1 racing.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is providing a delivery platform for new applications from its satellite data customers, including LOTS of earth observation imagery. Here’s a closer look at the AWS cloud’s growing business in space data.
Join DCF’s Rich Miller on October 7th at 2pm EST as he discusses ecosystems and the edge with Mark Lewis and Alex Sharp of Iron Mountain.
If “software is eating the world,” what does that look like for the data center industry? The DCF Executive Roundtable looks at how “software-defined everything” is changing the game.
The Data Center Frontier Executive Roundtable features insights from industry executives with lengthy experience in the data center industry. Here’s a look at the insights from Rob Rockwood of Sabey Data Centers. Rob Rockwood serves as President of Sabey Data Centers and has been with the company for four years. Prior to joining Sabey, he […]
Recent weather-related disasters and climate considerations are prompting some changes in data center operations (including cooling) but our Roundtable is split on whether site selection will change much.
In the past, data centers ensured space and power, providing customers direct connections to multiple networks and cloud providers. For the most part, customers didn’t interact with each other. Mark Lewis, Senior Director Ecosystem Development, Iron Mountain Data Centers, discusses how the growing demand for interconnection between customers is driving change at the edge in the data center industry.