The facility tour is a a staple of the data center business. The RagingWire CA3 facility in Sacramento represents perhaps the ultimate example of a data center optimized around customer tours.
Developers are now building multi-story data centers to boost their capacity to house IT gear. The trend is most pronounced in the two hottest data center markets, Northern Virginia and Silicon Valley.
To build a great data center, a design template must be tailored to its location. James Leach, Vice President of Marketing at RagingWire Data Centers, explains the key considerations in tailoring your data center to the unique aspects of its site and location.
In this week’s Voices of the Industry, James Leach, Vice President of Marketing at RagingWire, looks at the impact virtual reality may have on traditional on site data center tours.
This whitepaper examines some of the short- and long-term issues and challenges that should be part of your due diligence when facing growing demands of your organization’s evolving computing architecture with a good strategy and making economic decisions.
It also provides guidelines for evaluating the alternative choices, such as colocation and hosted service providers, as well as cloud services, which can all be utilized together for enhanced flexibility.
Our Executive Roundtable panel of six industry veterans explores how cloud demand is disrupting the market for wholesale data center space.
Business and IT are no longer separate silos. Your application is your business, and software development is the glue that holds it together. But how can you develop your business and the applications that support it at the same time? How far can you push one before the other breaks? Download this white paper to learn more.
Today’s modern IT infrastructure is demanding more out
of its resources, expansion strategies, delivery methods
and disaster recovery methodologies. To help meet these new growing demands, many organizations are turning to colocation providers to help service their data center needs. But what makes up a good colocation selection? Is it just the location? What about the bandwidth coming into the site? What about green technologies and the adoption of new unified technologies? The reality here is that there are several key consideration points which need to be made when choosing the right data center colocation solution. Now with cloud computing and a truly distributed, data- on-demand, environment, making the right choice has become more important than ever.
In this week’s Voices of the Industry Douglas Adams, President at Ragingwire, provides his views on the secondary markets, and how in the data center colocation industry – top markets matter.
Backed by the deep pockets of global telecom titan NTT, RagingWire is preparing to build huge data center campuses in the industry’s largest markets.