Our 21st Data Center Executive Roundtable kicks off as our seven expert panelists assess the lasting impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on how data centers are built, operated and staffed.
NTT Communications, a subsidiary of Nippon Telegraph and Telephone, is a global player in the telecommunications sector. NTT Communications owns RagingWire, giving RagingWire the financial backing to expand its data center portfolio with new data centers in key markets such as Dallas and Ashburn.
Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan
The West Coast wildfires are highlighting the importance of energy security for data centers, which are pursuing a number of strategies to adapt to climate change and rolling blackouts, including on-site power generation.
Our 19th Data Center Executive Roundtable showcases the insights of thought leaders on the state of the data center industry, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, with panelists from CoreSite, NTT Global Data Centers Americas, EdgeConneX, Sabey Data Centers and Infrastructure Masons.
A special report from Data Center Frontier focuses on the Portland, Oregon data center market, including the city’s business environment, including hazard risk, economic development, and connectivity infrastructure.
The data center supply chain has held up well thus far during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our data center Executive Roundtable discusses the long-term implications of the pandemic for the supply chain and deployment timetables for capacity.
The workforce is more distributed than ever due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our data center roundtable panel discusses how this shift will impact the evolution of edge computing.
Has the COVID-19 pandemic altered enterprise IT spending and how these companies are provisioning data center space? Our Executive Roundtable looks at the latest trends.
Our Executive Roundtable explores how data center staffing and operations are holding up through the COVID-19 pandemic. With insights from executives from CoreSite, EdgeConneX, NTT Global Data Centers, Sabey Data Centers and Infrastructure Masons.
The story of Portland as a data center market will be defined in the next several years. With a historic volume of supply in the pipeline, the Hillsboro cluster is poised for dramatic growth. Developers are embracing the thesis that Portland is the hot emerging market for low-cost data center development in the Pacific Northwest.
The Portland data center market benefits from the active technology cluster in the emerging data center district in Hillsboro, and ready access to fiber rings that connect facilities to trans-Pacific subsea cables that land on the Oregon coast.