Our Top 10 most popular stories for last month includes profiles on eight leading developers and service providers. If you’re seeking to understand the competitive landscape of the data center sector, it’s a pretty good reading list.
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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Iron Mountain Data Centers has signed a 72-megawatt lease for a tenant in Northern Virginia, the largest lease in the company’s history. The deal reflects the the super-sizing of cloud deals and data center campuses across Northern Virginia.
Iron Mountain is becoming a larger force in the data center business, building beyond its base of enterprise customers with recent hyperscale wins. The recent acquisition of ITRenew may boost Iron Mountain’s sustainability strategy.
Capital pressures, the push to develop new channels and services, the need to automate, and increased bandwidth are just a few of the drivers pushing the media and entertainment industries to change. Iron Mountain explores the challenges, drivers, and opportunities for media infrastructure.
The gaming industry is growing at a rapid pace and is hungry for speed. Iron Mountain explores current challenges, drivers, and opportunities around gaming digital infrastructure.
Our Executive Roundtable for Q1 2022 explores four topics: The growing traction for edge computing, ensuring uptime as apps and services become more complex, the state of the data center supply chain, and the potential for nuclear power as an option for data centers.
Are nuclear-powered data centers an option in the battle to forestall climate change? That’s the focus of today’s edition of the DCF Executive Roundtable. featuring five experts on data centers and cloud computing.
After several years of supply chain disruptions, the data center industry is working harder to keep pace with continuing demand for capacity. The DCF Roundtable offers expert takes on the state of the data center supply chain.
Reliability is in the spotlight after major outages in 2021 for some of the Internet economy’s marquee names Our DCF Data Center Executive Roundtable panel of industry experts examines uptime in the cloud computing era.
After years of high expectations, edge computing is emerging as a more significant component of Internet architecture, with adoption growing across industries, use cases and geographies, according to the experts on the DCF Executive Roundtable.