Real estate lease structures are playing a larger role in the growth of cloud computing, as seen in two recent deals that have helped hyperscale tenants provision space faster and secure capacity for growth.
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.
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In this edition of Voices of the Industry, Sherri Liebo, Senior Vice President of Global Marketing at Digital Realty, explores the question: How will your organization and IT architecture thrive in the new digital economy?
Our Executive Roundtable panel discusses the impact of power purchases by large data center operators on the accessibility of renewable power and energy storage.
Our Executive Roundtable looks at the latest trends in rack power densities,and what they mean for data center cooling and facility design.
In our Executive Roundtable, four data center executives discuss the growing use of use of artificial intelligence in data center management.
In our 10th Executive Roundtable, four thought leaders reflect on the state of the data center industry, and where it is headed. Today we discuss the massive volumes of data being created, and the impact upon the data center and society.
Vantage Data Centers has lined up $1.1 billion in financing to build new data centers, using securitization financing, an approach that allows Vantage to pay lower interest rates on its debt.
Developers in Northern Virginia leased a record 115 megawatts of data center space in 2017, topping the 113 megawatts (MWs) absorbed in 2017, according to a new report. Phoenix and Atlanta saw strong gains, while leasing was down in Silicon Valley due to lack of supply.
Oracle Cloud has rolled out faster connections to tenants in 59 Digital Realty data centers in major business markets, tapping into a large pool of the enterprise customers that represent some of Oracle’s best prospects,
Forward-looking enterprises are going beyond just deploying hybrid cloud infrastructure, and adopting fundamental network virtualization technologies such as software defined networking (SDN). In this week’s Voices of the Industry, Chris Sharp, CTO, Digital Realty, explores how leveraging the power of software-defined SDN can help you build next-generation networks and ramp up your hybrid cloud strategy.