: ' EdgeConnex'

Redundant Deployments at the Edge as a Bulwark to Mitigate Security Threats

According to research by the Ponemon Institute, the average cost of a Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attack last year was $4.7 million. Moreover, greater than fifty percent of all targets have also suffered a cybersecurity breach while [...]

Strengthening Digital Infrastructure Through Collaboration

Professionals from across the digital infrastructure community are now coming together through trade associations to seek better ways of designing, building and operating enterprise networks. One such association is Infrastructure Masons (iMasons), a non-profit organization designed [...]

Carriers Look to Edge Computing as Cloud Adoption and the Demand for OTT Content Accelerate

Edge computing, which involves decentralizing core network infrastructure and pushing it closer to end users, can reduce latency and improve traffic flow, thus creating a better user experience and lower data transmission costs. [...]

Two Years On, The View From the Data Center Frontier

Originally posted to Data Center Frontier by Rich Miller. [...]

Optimizing Network Performance and Cloud Interconnection at the Edge of the Internet

According to Rightscale, 85 percent of enterprises now have a multi-cloud strategy. But not all enterprises are thriving in the cloud. For new cloud adopters, the most cited challenge is security (32 percent), while for mature [...]

Connectivity is Key for the European Edge

Competition is heating up in the data center market, with so many global providers now forming new strategic partnerships to differentiate their services. [...]

There’s No Substitute for Strong Connectivity

What do cloud, content and Internet of Things (IoT) services have in common? It’s simple. All three require strong connectivity to operate efficiently. [...]

Struggling With Internet Traffic and Congestion? Look to the Edge of the Network

Network congestion has become a top concern for network operators, telcos, service providers and Content Delivery Networks (CDNs). According to Cisco, the problem is only going to get worse over the next three years, as the [...]

New Miami Data Center to Offer Interconnections to South and Latin America

The Miami, Florida region is one of the densest fiber routes in the U.S., and is now a main interconnection point for traffic exchange with South America. [...]

Increased Cloud Adoption and the Demand for Connectivity at the Edge

Cloud adoption is significantly increasing among enterprises, as Cisco predicts cloud traffic will grow almost four-fold by 2020. [...]

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