Development in the Dallas market is driven by major wholesale data center providers, who have been creating multi-building campuses to support long-term growth. A new DCF special report examines market supply and demand trends.
What’s unique about the data center evolution is that one solution doesn’t necessarily negate the use of or need for another. Service Express Director of Infrastructure Solutions Chad Peters outlines four data center models and the advantages and challenges of each.
Over the past year, the IT industry has experienced significant challenges and has faced them head on with rapid shifts in the way we work. Chief Executive Officer Chris Downie leads a round-up of some of Flexential’s top tech predictions for the coming year.
There are steps data center customers can take to mitigate risk and gain some control over how these interesting times in the energy market can affect your company’s bottom line. Michael Lahoud, Chief Operating Officer and Partner at Stream Data Centers, shares insights around what’s on the horizon for U.S. energy and market factors that could affect pricing over time.
Data Center owners and operators are increasingly being challenged to find and retain skilled staff to operate and manage critical infrastructure. Chad Giddings of BCS Data Center Operations shares strategies for data centers looking to win the workforce talent war.
In the Metaverse, users – and, presumably, devices – can be defined as participants and interact in personal, professional, and recreational activities within a modified, extended form of augmented and virtual reality. Phillip Marangella, CMO of EdgeConneX shares insights on the infrastructure that will be needed to support the emerging Metaverse.
The world has changed overnight, and every industry is playing catch-up to meet higher demands from their customers. Noah Boudreaux, General Manager Data Center Sales and Operations for Venyu, shares insights on how data centers can meet customer demands and deliver excellent customer experiences during challenging times.
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.
Trends in digital transformation, bandwidth-intensive applications, and the need to cut cost have paved the road to 400 and 800 Gig, says Gary Bernstein of The Siemon Company.
For years, there has been an expectation that the cloud would gobble up all enterprise workloads and meet all enterprise infrastructure requirements, but this speculation overestimated the cloud’s ability to meet all the complex, multi-layered requirements that enterprises have – and will continue to have.