Our Data Center Frontier Executive Roundtable panel examines how best to assess and manage the risk posed by climate change, and the importance of renewable energy.
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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Our Executive Roundtable panel – Chris Sharp of Digital Realty, Tim Mirick of Sabey Data Centers and John Hewitt of Vertiv – discusses how artificial intelligence and automation are impacting data center management.
Our panel of data center thought leaders looks at the upside of 5G wireless, and what faster and larger data streams will mean for cloud computing and multi-tenant data centers.
Our Data Center Frontier Executive Roundtable looks at enterprise data center demand, with insights from three industry thought leaders: John Hewitt of Vertiv, Digital Realty CTO Chris Sharp, and Tim Mirick from Sabey Data Centers.
One of the reasons for the evolution from public- or private-only models is the growing realization that not everything fits neatly into a single, traditional deployment environment. Digital Realty’s Rick Moore, Senior Director of Global Cloud Services, explores how a hybrid cloud approach can help data centers operate efficiently without sacrificing security and management control.
5G wireless is expected to increase the volume of mobile data. Here’s a closer look at the timing of the 5G rollout and what all that data traffic will mean for data centers.
In a hyperscale deal that reflects the intersection of power and data, Digital Realty has procured 80 megawatts of solar power for Facebook in Northern Virginia.
After the early days of cloud computing, IT teams quickly turned to multi-cloud solutions that promised to meet multiple business needs, but multi-cloud solutions aren’t without their own challenges. The new report from Digital Realty explores a computing solution that tackles some of these challenges and connects private infrastructure over a dedicated connection accessing public cloud resources while bypassing the internet.
While they don’t hold a crystal ball, enterprise CTOs and CIOs are expected to predict and prepare for future connectivity needs with tremendous accuracy. This is beyond tricky. Download the new white paper from Digital Realty that explores how to improve cloud performance through a computing solution that connects private infrastructure over a dedicated connection accessing public cloud resources while bypassing the internet.
An unprecedented data center building boom in Northern Virginia offers early lessons on how the Internet knits itself into the fabric of modern life, and how data centers impact the life of a community.