A new white paper from Iron Mountain provides seven considerations for organizations looking to build a strong global data center strategy.
Texas’ Dallas/Fort Worth area is popular with data center developers and IT end users because of its robust power and fiber infrastructure and competitive economic incentives. This special report, in conjunction with Digital Realty, continues Data Center Frontier’s market coverage of growing data center hubs.
Geo diversity, or shortening the distance that your data travels, will allow you to reaching your user bases more effectively, and create better customer experiences. This white paper from Venyu explains the benefits of a geo-diverse data center partner.
Data centers need strategies to prepare for disasters, both natural and manmade. A solid disaster management plan can save your business.
Phoenix has established itself as a major market for cloud computing, and nearly every major hyperscale platform and wholesale data center developer has lined up land for future capacity in Greater Phoenix. The region is positioned for continued data center expansion, and the pace and location of that growth will be guided by deployment trends for large customers, especially regarding how they position their capacity and availability zones. This report, in conjunction with NTT, continues Data Center Frontier’s market coverage of growing data center hubs. Explore further for a comprehensive overview of the Phoenix data center market.
Utah’s tax incentives for data centers are among the most attractive in the nation. This white paper from Aligned explores the benefits of Utah tax incentives for data center clients, and the savings available for Salt Lake City data centers and clients.
A data center is a long-term investment, and choosing a location requires being sensitive both the needs of the business and the surrounding community. If selecting a site for a hyperscale facility, get the new special report that explores five rules of the road to keep your business and the surrounding community in perfect harmony.
The wholesale adoption of – and reliance on – electronic payments, the inexorable rise of artificial intelligence (AI), the continuing roll-out and acceptance of the Internet of Things (IoT), and more all means the dataverse is expanding exponentially. Get the new white paper from Echelon Data Centres that explores why now is the right time to expand London data center capacity, in particular, as well as outlines the company’s recent projects in the Docklands.
The Portland market is home to more than 354,283 square feet (SF) of commissioned data center space, but the real news about Portland is not so much its present, but its future. This new Data Center Frontier report, in partnership with datacenterHawk, gives a market overview and analysis of the business environment, supply, demand and more of the Portland data center market.
When complete, the Aligned Ashburn 26-acre 180 MW master-planned data center campus will offer over 1 mm sq. ft. of space. Download a new case study that explores how Aligned constructed a 368,755 square-foot data center and built out the first fully-commissioned 12 MW of data center space, expandable to 60 MW, in less than six months.