Edge, clouds and robots. Those were the hot topics on Data Center Frontier last month. Here are our 10 most popular stories in August 2020, in order of article views.
Digital Realty is the largest landlord in the data center space, owning over 180 centers in 33 different markets. Their wholesale data center solutions have attracted big names in the tech industry, such as Microsoft, Apple, and Facebook. The company acquired DuPont Fabros Technology in 2017, further expanding its presence in the hyperscale market.
Headquarters: San Francisco, CA
Lee Kestler, Aligned and Amazon Web Services were among those honored as the Northern Virginia Technology Council recognized the industry’s accomplishments at its 2020 Virginia Data Center Awards.
A new Digital Realty project in Totowa marks the return of the build-to-suit data center in New Jersey, which was once a hotbed for single-tenant enterprise data centers. It’s the latest sign of improvement for demand in New Jersey and New York.
Digital Realty plans to build the world’s largest multi-tenant data center campus near Dulles Airport in Northern Virginia. The Digital Dulles campus will create 7.5 million square feet of new data center space in the world’s most active cloud market.
Digital Realty has created data center campuses from a former helicopter plant (Paris) and submarine base (Marseille) as it boosts its data center capacity and connectivity in France.
Data center developer Digital Realty and edge computing specialist Vapor IO are rolling out an “edge-to-core” offering in Chicago, Dallas and Atlanta. It’s an early examples of integration between edge computing and data centers.
Digital Realty will work with The Science-Based Targets Initiative to ensure that its sustainability program adapts to the full scope and urgency of the global climate challenge. The company operates 267 data centers around the globe.
Our 18th Data Center Executive Roundtable showcases the insights of thought leaders on the state of the data center industry, and where it is headed, with panelists from Digital Realty, Intel, Vertiv, Iron Mountain, Chatsworth Products and Infrastructure Masons.
The data center industry is making progress on its diversity challenges, but there is hard work ahead to be truly inclusive, according to the 6 expert panelists in our DCF Executive Roundtable.
Will high-density, liquid-cooled racks become more common in data centers? That’s today’s topic for our 6 industry thought leaders in the Data Center Executive Roundtable.