Evoque Data Center Solutions enters 2021 with new connectivity options, and ambitions to boost its customer base and presence in the data center business. That includes data center expansions, and perhaps some M&A.
With an experienced dealmaker as its new CEO, and the backing of Brookfield Infrastructure Partners, Evoque Data Center Solutions expects to be an active player in the global merger scene for digital infrastructure.
Colocation provider Evoque Data Center Solutions has named veteran executive Andy Stewart as Chief Executive Officer, succeeding Tim Caulfield, who led the new company through its first 18 months.
Here’s a look at the Top 10 data center stories on Data Center Frontier in 2019, ranked by pageviews. What was hot? Google, rising rack density, data center startups, and the promise of 5G wireless.
Some of the world’s largest investors are raising billions of dollars to invest in digital infrastructure, citing extraordinary demand for capital to fuel the shift to a data economy.
Part of the answer to today’s data challenges lies in the proliferation of edge computing and data centers. Download the new report from Evoque, “Exploring the Edge with Adequate Data Centers,” that highlights how edge computing and data centers can address the big data challenges of today.
As Evoque nears the six-month mark, the company’s leadership is focused on building a network for a carrier-neutral future, where clients can connect to a growing universe of clouds, networks and partners.
A common question these days from potential colocation customers is, “What is your strategy for providing solutions for edge computing?” Drew Leonard, VP of Strategy, and Mike Michalik, CTO for Evoque Data Centers Solutions, explore the steps that traditional data center providers must take to develop a strategy for providing edge solutions to customers.
Evoque Data Center Solutions is a new colocation player formed through the purchase of 31 data centers from AT&T. Evoque is backed by Brookfield Infrastructure Partners, which has hired a team of industry veterans led by CEO Tim Caulfield.