Connectivity

Digital Transformation Takes Shape Above the Arctic Circle in Sweden

Originally posted to TelecomNewsroom An exciting data center project is developing north of the Arctic Circle at the hydro power hub of Porjus in Jokkmokk, Sweden. The future Tier III+ design colocation data center, Etix Jokkmokk [...]

Improved Connectivity Is Coming to the Mid-Atlantic

Originally posted to TelecomNewsroom, Stretching from New York to Maryland, the Mid-Atlantic is one of the most competitive and fast-paced business regions of the country and home to a large concentration of finance, media, communications and [...]

Music to All Ears: Webair to Provide Colocation and Customized Managed Services to the New York Philharmonic

Originally posted on Cloud POST, Webair has been chosen as the provider of colocation and customized managed services to the New York Philharmonic. Webair is a respected industry leader and will provide the United States’ oldest [...]

Interview with Almir Gonçalves, FPT Telecoms’ Business Strategy Director, at ITW 2016

By Contributing Editor, Kathy Xu Data Center POST recently met with Almir Gonçalves, Business Strategy Director of FPT Telecom, at International Telecoms Week (ITW) — the world’s largest meeting for the global wholesale telecommunications community. ITW [...]

Patrick Shutt, CEO of Unitas Global, Discusses the Convergence of Cloud and Telecom at ITW 2016

By Contributing Editor, Kathy Xu At International Telecoms Week (ITW) 2016, Data Center POST met with Unitas Global CEO, Patrick Shutt, to discuss how the company has adapted to meet consumer demands with flexible cloud offerings [...]

Interview with Tommy Gwinner, Infomart Data Centers’ Director of Technology, for ITW

Data Center POST recently spoke with Tommy Gwinner, Director of Technology at Infomart Data Centers, about what the company plans to accomplish at the upcoming International Telecoms Week (ITW), the world’s largest meeting for the global [...]

Do Report Cards Still Haunt CIOs?

There’s a CIO from Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY who figured out predictive analytics can tell if a student is likely to fail a course by the third week in a semester. By analyzing in-class behavior [...]

The Internet of Everything: Infrastructure, IT and the Industrial Internet of Things

Originally posted on Data Center Frontier In  this week’s Voices of the Industry, Samir Shah of BASELAYER explains how today’s data centers are no longer simple compute environments, but rather complex systems tying together physical infrastructure [...]

Data Center Cooling Vendors Head to Court Over Heat Wheel

Originally posted on Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller As more data centers embrace indirect air  cooling, two cooling vendors specializing in the technology are headed to court in a patent dispute. At the heart of [...]

Connectivity and Sustainability Are the Twin Pillars of Infomart Data Centers’ Market Expansion

By: Daniel Highet, Featured Contributor, Data Center POST Rick Kurtzbein at 451 Research® has written a comprehensive article assessing Infomart Data Centers’ expansion of its U.S. footprint since Fortune Data Centers and the Dallas Infomart combined [...]

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