Demand for data centers is exploding in Europe and continues to grow. There has been an influx of global capital investment in large markets like Frankfurt and London. Secondary markets are also growing. Eric Boonstra of Iron Mountain Data Centers Europe explores trends and discusses predictions for the European data center market in 2022.
Development in the Dallas market is driven by major wholesale data center providers, who have been creating multi-building campuses to support long-term growth. A new DCF special report examines market supply and demand trends.
Many large power consumers, like data centers, have corporate objectives of carbon neutrality, but find themselves having to achieve this through buying carbon credits to offset their carbon output. John Gould, Chief Revenue Officer of Enchanted Rock explores how hybrid microgrids can help data centers, and other large energy users, lead the way when it comes to achieving their net-zero carbon emission goals.
What were the best education resources for data center professionals this year Here are the 10 most popular data center white papers of 2021 at Data Center Frontier, ranked by number of reader downloads.
As 2021 draws to a close, who better to turn to for advice on how to handle the changing business landscape than the data center industry’s leaders? Here are the top 10 most popular Voices of the Industry columns published by Data Center Frontier for 2021.
Today, IT leaders are familiar with the value and benefits of hybrid hosting models and even agile-friendly environments, but what about application portability? Rob Lerner, Vice President of Sales and Cloud Strategies at DataBank, stresses the concept of application portability and shows how it can help companies generate a win-win-win in terms of cost, performance, and geography.
What’s unique about the data center evolution is that one solution doesn’t necessarily negate the use of or need for another. Service Express Director of Infrastructure Solutions Chad Peters outlines four data center models and the advantages and challenges of each.
With increasing needs for high-performance computing across applications, hyperscale computing and retail colocation are beginning to merge. A new DCF special report courtesy of NTT explores how enterprises are building the most effective ecosystem for their needs by mixing and matching data center, cloud, and colocation.
Enterprises are now faced with two different trends impacting infrastructure needs and requirements: cloud repatriation and edge computing. A new DCF special report courtesy of NTT explores how enterprises are building the most effective ecosystem for their needs by mixing and matching data center, cloud, and colocation.
There are steps data center customers can take to mitigate risk and gain some control over how these interesting times in the energy market can affect your company’s bottom line. Michael Lahoud, Chief Operating Officer and Partner at Stream Data Centers, shares insights around what’s on the horizon for U.S. energy and market factors that could affect pricing over time.