Global investors are pumping billions of dollars into the data center industry, creating a historic inflow of capital. Here’s a closer look at recent investments by infrastructure funds and global investment firms, and what they may mean for future data center development.
EdgeConnex, as its name implies, specializes in connecting second-tier markets through edge computing. Their sophisticated “lights out” facilities are part of content delivery networks (CDNs) that reduce buffering time in a world of streaming content. EdgeConnex’s ability to rapidly deploy new data centers has attracted investment from Comcast.
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It’s not just about the Edge, and it’s not just about the ecosystem. It’s both. It’s the combination that helps service providers reach more enterprises and give them the solutions they need to fully achieve their digital transformation goals. Phillip Marangella, CMO of EdgeConneX, explores how the hybrid multi-cloud ecosystem at the Edge enables enterprises to achieve digital transformation.
Here’s a mid-year update on key trends for 2021: A recap of our Data Center Executive Roundtable, featuring expert insights from executives at Iron Mountain, Vertiv, Aligned, EdgeConnex, Infrastructure Masons, Nortek Data Center Cooling and Data Aire.
How is edge computing evolving, and what use cases and applications are gaining the most traction with customers? Informed takes from 7 thought leaders in digital infrastructure in our DCF Executive Roundtable.
What will enterprise data center demand look like as the economy recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic? Our 7 experts provide their take on what we can expect from enterprise IT in 2021.
In our Data Center Executive Roundtable, seven leading experts examine the latest trends in rack power density and how they impact cooling. Featuring execs from Aligned, EdgeConneX, Nortek, Iron Mountain, Infrastructure Masons, Vertiv and Data Aire.
The industry’s largest players and markets topped the news last month. Here are the 10 most popular stories on Data Center Frontier during May 2021.
For some people, the Edge is defined as being located in either a Tier 2 or Tier 3 market, or it’s classified as being a small or micro data center. But, in fact, the Edge can really be a data center of any size, located everywhere and anywhere businesses and communities need to be connected to the wider world of communications, content, and cloud-based services.
EdgeConneX continues to add data center capacity in major regional markets in the United States. The company will add nearly 20M megawatts of new capacity across its existing footprint in the Seattle, Portland, Phoenix, Miami, Detroit, and Chicago markets.
The Edge is a key pathway to the Cloud. Phillip Marangella of EdgeConneX discusses three essential benefits of using the Edge to reach the Cloud, including overcoming Cloud sticker shock.