Experts agree that combining the interests of real estate and technology leads to the ideal data center strategy for your company. Whatever you call the investment, make sure that your provider delivers the best possible solution that meets your needs today while offering flexibility for the future. Download a new series of executive briefs, courtesy of Stream Data Centers, to explore tech and real estate investment in the data center planning process.
Power efficiency in terms of power supplies and data center power systems within other equipment is an area sometimes deprioritized during refresh cycles. But times are changing. Download the new Data Center Frontier Special Report, courtesy of transphorm, to explore how GaN technologies show significant benefits for data center refreshes.
The Data Center 101: Data Center Types report, brought to you in partnership with Open Spectrum, is part of Data Center Frontier’s Data Center 101 Special Report series. This entry is part of a group of 14 reports that cover the ins and outs of the data center industry. Download the Data Center 101: Data Center Types report, which provides an overview of data center types available to your customers today.
The Data Center 101: Data Center report, brought to you in partnership with Open Spectrum, is part of the Data Center Frontier Data Center 101 Special Report series. This entry, part of a group of 14 reports that cover the ins and outs of the data center industry, explores different data center power options. Download the new report for an introduction to data center power options to suite all of your customers’ needs.
The Data Center 101: Designing Data Center Power Systems report, brought to you in partnership with Open Spectrum, is part of the Data Center Frontier Data Center 101 Special Report series. This entry is part of a group of 14 reports that cover the ins and outs of the data center industry. Download the new report that describes the crucial elements of data center power systems that make sure there are as few outages as possible.
Gartner anticipates that many leading enterprises will migrate entirely away from their on-premises data centers with the current trend of moving workloads to colocation, hosting and the cloud. With this evolution, I&O leaders must rely on outside partners.
The use of colocation services has continued to increase, rapidly becoming the solution of choice for organizations requiring an efficient, secure and cost-effective way to manage their IT infrastructure. Colocation providers deliver a stable foundation upon which you can support your core business and execute on your IT strategy – but not all data center service providers are created equal. Download the new white paper from Cyxtera that provides a data center checklist to ensure you cover all selection criteria as you tour various facilities.
Anthem’s primary data center, built in 2002, was experiencing growing pains typical of many legacy data centers—ensuring newer, higher-density equipment has enough space, power and cooling— without increasing operational costs. How do you transform a legacy data center with more than 1,000 cabinets into a model of efficiency? One calculated step at a time. Download the new case study from Chatsworth Products that documents Anthem’s data facilities’ transformation from legacy data center to model of efficiencies.
For businesses in this technology-driven economy, one of two things is true: you need to expand your data center now, or you need to plan for the time when you do. And build-to-suit data centers can be more cost-effective and future-proof than other expansion solutions. Download the new white paper from Stream Data Centers to learn how build-to-suit data centers optimize your operations today and position you for growth.
In the wake of our growing digital economy and a data center industry that’s continually challenged with staying ahead of the customers’ IT roadmaps, different end-users have emerged to distinguish themselves with varying data center requirements. The evolving challenge, however, is how to efficiently build data centers for various types of users. The new white paper from Stream Data Centers explores the differences between enterprise users and cloud providers as two examples of data center users who present contrasting challenges in design and construction requirements.