Data Center Growth

Boston’s Supply of Data Center Space Stable Amid Rising Demand

Originally posted to Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller, Data center requirements in Boston come in a variety of sizes, but most are below 500 kW. Companies with needs larger than that size are typically well established [...]

Company Spotlight: Etix Everywhere SVP West Coast, Stephen Belomy, and SVP East Coast, Anthony Verda, Discuss Upcoming Participation at DCD Enterprise in New York City

By Kathy Xu, Contributing Editor, Data Center POST Data Center POST recently had the opportunity to speak with SVP West Coast, Stephen Belomy, and SVP East Coast, Anthony Verda, of Etix Everywhere to discuss their upcoming [...]

Digital Realty: We Want Deals That Make Us Better, Not Just Bigger

Originally posted to Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller, With 145 properties spanning 23 million square feet of space, Digital Realty is the biggest player in the global data center industry. [...]

Why Snap’s IPO Means More Data Centers

Originally posted to Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller, Silicon Valley and Wall Street are all atwitter about the pending IPO of Snap, the parent company of Snapchat, the social network that has built a huge [...]

Data Center First: Intel’s Vision For A Data-Driven World

Originally posted to Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller, The global technology sector is on the brink of an explosion of data, according to top executives at Intel, who say the growth of cloud computing will [...]

Equinix Acquires IO London Data Center Business

Originally posted to Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller, Some data center acquisitions are motivated by the need to add more capacity. Others are driven by the addition of revenue from existing tenants. In a growing [...]

Central Colo Enters Northern Virginia Data Center Market

Originally posted to Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller, Central Colo has wasted no time expanding beyond its first facility in Silicon Valley. [...]

AI Computing Boom Drives Growth for NVIDIA

Originally posted to Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller, Artificial intelligence is one of the hottest technology trends for 2017. [...]

Getting SDN Live in the Data Center Is Taking Longer Than Expected, Survey Reveals

Originally posted to IHS Markit by Cliff Grossner, Highlights In the data center, lab trials for software-defined networking (SDN) are still dominant over production trials and live deployments Service provider bare metal switching deployments have stalled, [...]

Uptime Institute’s Tier Ratings Explained

Originally posted to Data Center Frontier by Voices of the Industry, The Uptime Institute’s Tier Rating System has been the standard in the data center industry for years. [...]

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