High-Density Data Centers Are Here – Time to Upgrade?
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by DataCenterAndColocation Team
9M ago
The Emergence of High-Density Data Centers In today’s world, data centers are a crucial aspect of businesses of all sizes. With the rise of cloud computing, big data, and the Internet of Things, the amount of data being generated and processed is only increasing. This has led to the need for data centers that are not only efficient but also cost-effective. One solution to this problem is the use of high-density data centers. High-density data centers are designed to pack more computing power into a smaller space. These data centers allow for a rack to operate at 10 KW, as opposed to the 3.5 KW ..read more
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9 Reasons Why Hybrid IT Is Getting More Popular with Enterprises
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by John Giaquinta
1y ago
If you are a CIO sitting in your office wondering how you are going to address the challenges in IT infrastructure and manage the workload, you are likely to find an effective solution by deploying Hybrid IT. There is no shortage of resources needed in the IT infrastructure for enterprises today. As technologies and systems evolve rapidly, enterprises find that a singular IT infrastructure solution cannot sustain huge volumes of workload. In fact, Gartner predicts that traditional data center spending is likely to decrease from $55.1 billion in 2016 to $45.2 billion in 2020. To mitigate this p ..read more
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Data Centers Beware – 5G and AI can increase Cyber Attack Risks!
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by John Giaquinta
1y ago
While the advances in 5G mobile and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are being hyped, they come with heightened chances of cybersecurity risks-: data centers and enterprise organizations, beware.   It is now an established fact that the advent of modern technology carries its share of risks as per IRM 2019 Risky Business Report. The sectors surveyed include software/Internet, automotive, energy, finance and communications. Invariably, over 80% of the respondents who include key decision makers in large companies are of the opinion that 5G and AI will certainly cause apprehensions du ..read more
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How a strong partnership with a Data Center Colocation Provider enables Enterprises to focus on core competencies
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by John Giaquinta
1y ago
What are the ways in which a data center colocation provider can make your company more productive? Here are some: Focus on core competencies First, a data center will allow your company to focus on the core of your business. Most companies have to deal with in-house data center problems like power, maintenance, security, network access and information management on a daily basis. All these situations detract from the management team’s ability to keep the company running and focus on sales or product development. Security is Paramount Secondly, a data center provider can store your business in ..read more
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How data center redundancy can help your business?
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by John Giaquinta
1y ago
If you are about to choose a data center colocation facility, you need to pause for a moment and consider several factors before finalizing. Most people tend to ignore something that is important but not so obvious – the redundancy and reliability of the infrastructure. Data centers that have these features ensure that they have systems in place to support uptime percentages and ensure that the resources are distributed across the system. So, how do data center resiliency and redundancy help your business? Enhance Availability One of the main benefits of data center redundancy is that it helps ..read more
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The Global Scenario for Colocation Data Center in 2020
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by John Giaquinta
1y ago
The global data center colocation market is set to clock $51 billion by the end of 2020. This would be a Compounded Annual Growth Rate or CAGR of 12% computed over the period between 2015 and 2020. Of all the sectors, the energy sector will record the highest CAGR at 14% during this period. Colocation hosting is a boon for enterprises small and large as they can park their servers at convenient locations at moderate costs.  The benefits that accrue from opting for data center colocation include reduced operational expenses and a chance to focus on the core competency of each business. Dat ..read more
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Top Data Center Trends for 2019 -2020
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by John Giaquinta
1y ago
The data center colocation industry is evolving and there are many more changes and proliferation in the cards. The last year (2018-2019) has seen some important developments and the future looks promising with the industry set to evolve. There is no shortage of business processes and technologies that organizations seem to be in need of. This is even more reason for data centers to flourish and expand. Just as technologies keep evolving, data centers too need to keep up. Let’s take a look at the new trends in data center architecture.  Edge Computing and Data centers Data centers are not ..read more
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Emerging markets set to witness a profusion of cloud data centers in the near future
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by John Giaquinta
1y ago
With a saturation point hovering in the horizon for most of the biggest data center markets, the focus has now shifted to other areas where there is great potential. Data center service providers are perplexed by the problem of oversupply in the busy metros. With nearly all the hyper-scale cloud platforms already being served, data center service providers are now looking for greener pastures. Mushrooming Data Center Colocation Facilities What with the remarkably high and explosive mushrooming of data center colocation facilities in recent years, the almost insatiable demand for data cent ..read more
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Contemplating a Modular Data Center? Points to ponder before taking the plunge
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by John Giaquinta
1y ago
As per the survey report of Global Market Insights Inc the global modular data center market is set to cross $50 billion in the next 4 to 5 years.  This figure was just $13 billion last year making this a quantum leap. Edge computing is far ahead as it already clocked $1.73 billion a couple of years ago and is set to cross $16.50 billion in the next 4 to 5 years. Although these figures look pretty impressive the fact of the matter is that both (modular and edge) seem to be complementing each other in their race ahead. The need for local data center processing power Thanks to a flurry ..read more
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The Advent of 5G: What’s in store for Data Centers
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by John Giaquinta
1y ago
One thing is for certain – No data center is going to be the same after 5G, which is going to give clear insights on the future design of a data center. Also, 5G is going to decide the exact role a data center is going to play in larger networks that are set to be in place in the near future.  In the next 4 to 5 years data centers will be compelled to assign half their budgets solely for the support of 5G. How is this budget allocation going to be and where will so much money go? Let’s take a look at the probable answers: What’s in Store 5G is going to certainly herald certain new aspects ..read more
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