The COVID-19 pandemic has reinforced the importance of video in data center marketing. Dan Ephraim of IMA says that focus should include enhanced use of YouTube in addition to LinkedIn, the industry’s traditional social channel of choice.
Synergy Research provides hard numbers on how the COVID-19 pandemic has boosted video conferencing to support the work-from-home economy.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Zoom has become the poster child for society’s rapid shift to online services. Here’s a look at how Zoom used a combination of colocation and cloud services to handle its insane video traffic growth.
Oracle Cloud is competing aggressively for video conferencing business, winning deals with video conferencing providers Zoom and 8×8 for additional capacity to support pandemic-driven user growth.
Netflix sees an opportunity for edge computing to transform TV and film production, where huge video files are often transported on tapes in trucks rather than over data networks.
The rapid growth of eSports has gaming companies investing in network infrastructure, including the acquisition of low-latency hosting specialists. Data centers play a pivotal role in the growth of the competitive gaming ecosystem.
Virtual reality content may need up to 20 times more storage space than a today’s high-definition video. Will your data center be ready? Here’s a look at how VR may test our digital infrastructure.
Video content is increasingly delivered over the Internet or other online service, and stored in data centers. Video data is just one of the many data streams filling cloud data centers. Here’s a look at what lies ahead.