Data Center Planning

Northern France is Becoming a Hotspot for European Data Center Development

Originally posted to TelecomNewsroom, France is quietly becoming a leading hotspot for data center development in Europe, with experts predicting that the French data center market will grow approximately 20 percent by 2020, and the northern [...]

What Makes an Ideal Data Center?

By Srikanth Murugan, Global Director Sales Engineering, Flexenclosure Data centers come in all shapes and sizes, their designs driven by a multitude of factors. [...]

Three Critical Uses of Data for Off-Grid Telecom Power

By Tomas Rahkonen, Chief Technology Officer and Vice President, Flexenclosure Consumers in off-grid areas are rapidly increasing their use of mobile internet services. At the same time, they not only expect service to become more reliable, but they [...]

Greenpeace Cites Switch for Leadership on Renewable Energy

Originally posted to Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller, Switch has emerged as a leader in the data center industry’s effort to power its operations with renewable energy, according to Greenpeace, which gave the Las Vegas-based [...]

Connecting to San Diego Just Got Easier

By Don MacNeil, CTO, EdgeConneX Attention, West Coast businesses, direct, low latency connections are now available to and from San Diego. EdgeConneX®, a global data center solutions leader at the edge of the network, has partnered [...]

Surprising Benefits to Colocation on Staten Island

Originally posted to Telehouse The New Silicon Island Only 11 miles from Manhattan, and a stone’s throw from New Jersey, the Staten Island Teleport offers many surprising benefits to any business looking for Colocation in the [...]

Electronic Environments’ Assessment Services Used to Evaluate Merritt’s Data Center Facility in the Ashburn Market

Originally posted to PR Web MARLBOROUGH, MA (PRWEB) MAY 26, 2016 Electronic Environments Co. (EEC) a leading provider of telecom and data center design, construction and service solutions; just completed an engineering assessment to help Merritt [...]

Will Quantum Computation Destroy the Colocation Data Center Industry?

Quantum computing is coming. It will make headlines any day now. And when it comes in force the data center colocation industry will need to adapt with it. [...]

A Major Earthquake is Likely Near, Here’s How to Protect Critical Networking Equipment

Originally posted to Data Center Frontier by Voices of the Industry Earthquake scientists gathered at the National Earthquake Conference early this month to share the latest on seismic news, best practices and technologies. A major consensus [...]

The Future of Computing – It’s Processing Power, but Not as We Know It

By Darren Watkins, managing director of VIRTUS Data Centres Moore’s Law had been the bedrock of modern computing for the last forty years.  Until now, companies have crammed more and more functionality into devices, and we [...]

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