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.
Beginning as a leading provider of document storage, Iron Mountain has evolved to be a major player in the digital information age. They have brought their expertise in compliance and security to the wholesale and colocation data center business, working with customers in the government, healthcare, and finance sectors. In 2017, Iron Mountain continued to grow with its acquisition of FORTRUST and IO Data Centers.
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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.
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.
Evolving edge strategies center on a multi-tiered architecture and distributed intelligence. 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.
Edge computing is important for proximity and latency, but can also build thriving ecosystems to create a new business hub. A DCF special report courtesy of Iron Mountain looks at how the edge can help fuel digital transformation.
Iron Mountain has signed a 2.4 megawatt lease with a leading hyperscale enterprise software provider at its underground data center in Boyers, Pennsylvania. It’s the latest in a series of leasing successes for Iron Mountain.
The quest to “cloudify” colocation and interconnection services was a hot topic on Data Center Frontier last month. Here’s a look at the 10 most popular stories on Data Center Frontier in July 2021.
Iron Mountain will acquire a data center to accelerate its expansion in Frankfurt, one of Europe’s most strategic and competitive markets. It will buy a 10-megawatt facility from a Keppel affiliate for $90 million (EUR 76 million).
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.