The M&A deals keep coming in the data center industry, and readers of Data Center Frontier are paying close attention. Here are the 10 most popular stories on Data Center Frontier in May 2022, in order of article views.
The data center industry is growing at an incredible pace, driven by the explosive adoption of smart technology, connected IoT devices, online shopping, and the shift to remote work. Learn why high-speed fiber networks will be a key part of a modern data center’s infrastructure in this special report series.
No two are data centers are alike when it comes to design or the applications and data they support with their networking, compute and storage infrastructure. Shad Secrist of Belden outlines the differences between 5 of the most common types of data centers including edge, colocation and hyperscale.
Virtualized networks support multiple physical topologies and can be constructed incrementally over time. Learn how cost, network topology, virtualization can help IT leaders when future-proofing their infrastructure.
IT leaders should begin thinking now about how they can future-proof their infrastructure. Learn why resiliency, security, and performance are critical considerations in this special report article courtesy of Belden.
Market dynamics demand that IT leaders evolve their data processing strategies with an eye toward more flexible architectures that move processing closer to the point of value. Learn more in this special report series courtesy of Belden.
Data centers are evolving from centralized facilities into a decentralized network of resources tied together by a robust cloud infrastructure. This new special report series, courtesy of Belden, explores on how high-speed fiber networks can future-proof distributed data centers.
Proper cable management isn’t an option—it’s a necessity. And it should be planned ahead of time. Shad Sechrist of Belden, presents three considerations for data center design – which is never black and white.
As more mobile devices send data to the edge and the cloud, data centers will need to develop a hybrid approach to their infrastructure that addresses long transmission times that can lead to downtime for mission-critical applications. A new white paper from Belden explores why low-latency hybrid edge computing is the future of the data center market.
Traditional networks tend not to be as scalable, agile or flexible as they need to be to support automation and lights-out data centers. Shad Secrist, Data Center Pre-Sales Solutions Engineer at Belden, discusses leaf-spine architecture in lights-out data centers.