What’s ahead for the data center industry? We’ve identified eight themes that will shape the data center business in 2021. The big themes: Pandemic response, sustainability and lots of M&A.
Each year Data Center Frontier identifies eight themes that we believe will shape the data center business in the coming year. Here’s a look at how our predictions for 2020 turned out.
With no onsite IT staff and distributed locations, organizations ranging from shipping firms to grocery stores to Microsoft deploy increasingly sophisticated solutions to ensure remote reliability.
The team at TAS Energy highlights a variety of different approaches to cooling for edge data centers, from direct expansion cooling systems, to chilled water solutions, free cooling and more.
Switch is teaming with FedEx and Dell Technologies to create an edge computing network for enterprise customers, deployed Switch modular data centers on FedEx real estate, with Dell providing hardware and managed services.
Timothy Miscovich, Chief Commercial Officer at WTEC, walks readers through a series of strategies for effective data center management as distributed computing continues to make an impact.
Microsoft, Edge and Ashburn were the hottest topics last month at Data Center Frontier. Here are the 10 most popular stories in October 2020, in order of article views.
With a $30 million strategic investment from DataBank, startup EdgePresence becomes the latest edge computing player to kick its rollout into a higher gear.
Sam Rodriguez, Senior Product Manager for Industrial Solutions at Chatsworth Products offers five steps to ensure your edge network will be set for success.
Amazon Web Services is adding a second Local Zone edge node in Los Angeles, providing single-digit millisecond latency to customers. AWS says users are tapping Local Zones to run hybrid environments and support latency-intensive tasks like game rendering.