A new white paper from Server Technology explores how efficiency and sustainability, and even the integration of renewable energy sources, are changing the way data center operators are thinking about power distribution solutions.
Google Cloud is extending its infrastructure to the edge, bringing its cloud hardware and software into telecom networks and customer data centers, including on-premises facilities.
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.
Cloud computing providers are extending their existing platforms to core and edge data centers so that customers have identical functionality regardless of location. A new special report courtesy of Iron Mountain looks at how the edge can help small data centers transform into full-fledged service providers and fuel digital transformation.
Applications like cloud services, gaming, ADAS, VR, and social media are requiring more than what a centralized DC can provide them – lower latency, faster connectivity, higher bandwidth, better performance. Danny Gonzalez of Anritsu shares insights on how to test your edge network to ensure it’s delivering what your customers’ applications need.
Angie McMillin, vice president and general manager, IT Systems at Vertiv, discusses how a scalable IT management platform can address the challenges IT managers are facing as digitization, remote work and other trends drive industry change.
Interconnection and finding the right colocation partner will be critical considerations for enterprises building out edge data centers. A new special report courtesy of Iron Mountain looks at how the edge can help small data centers transform into full-fledged service providers and fuel digital transformation.
In the past, data centers ensured space and power, providing customers direct connections to multiple networks and cloud providers. For the most part, customers didn’t interact with each other. Mark Lewis, Senior Director Ecosystem Development, Iron Mountain Data Centers, discusses how the growing demand for interconnection between customers is driving change at the edge in the data center industry.
The technologies supporting the next generation of immersion cooling have already come a long way. Many challenges facing integrated liquid cooling architectures are being put to rest with innovative approaches to all-in-one liquid cooling solutions. A new Data Center Frontier special report, courtesy of TMGcore, looks at how liquid cooling is driving the evolution of the data center industry.
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.