Discovery Communications has engaged with Equinix to implement an Interconnection Oriented Architecture™ (IOA™) that will enable the company to transform its digital business to a fully cloud-based, distributed model.
Telehouse has launched Telehouse Cloud Link in the United States. Currently available in the EMEA region, Telehouse Cloud Link is a multi-cloud connectivity exchange that allows enterprises to manage access to multiple cloud services through a single, secure and dedicated private connection.
CBRE has hired Alex Sharp who joins CBRE Data Centre Solutions as Head of Project Management Consulting for the EMEA region.
Infomart Data Centers' Silicon Valley facility is purchasing 100% renewable power for all electricity consumption as of January 2017.
VIRTUS Data Centres (VIRTUS), the UK’s fastest growing data centre provider and where the cloud lives in London, announces the launch of its fourth facility.
Grafton Group plc, the FTSE 250 building materials group,has chosen hosting and managed services provider Six Degrees Group to provision a group wide Managed Network Solution. The new service will be rolled out to 500 branch and head office locations in mainland UK, with Managed Internet access provided to all Grafton Group companies in UK and Ireland.
EkkoSoft Critical 3.0 software/sensor solution provides 360-degree unique virtual reality approach to data centre cooling and energy optimisation down to rack level.
Volta Data Centres, central London’s newest purpose-designed, carrier-neutral data centre, has teamed up with Custom Connect, the carrier-neutral data communications provider.
Established for over 50 years, Midlands based Bryland Fire Protection are a leading provider of fire detection and alarm systems, advising, installing and maintaining systems and equipment for clients throughout the UK. Earlier this month in conjunction with one of their key suppliers, Jactone, they became the first company to achieve Approved Installer status for Jactone PAFSS® LPCB certified LPS1666 Fire Suppression Systems.
New data from Synergy Research Group shows that hyperscale operators are aggressively growing their share of key cloud service markets, which are themselves growing at impressive rates.
Enterprise server rooms will be unable to meet the compute power and IT energy efficiencies required to meet the demands of fluctuating technology trends, pushing a higher uptake in hyperscale cloud and colocation facilities.
Huawei has partnered with the Global Switch, a leading provider of network dense, carrier and cloud neutral multi-tenanted data centers across Europe and Asia-Pacific.
FISMA/NIST, HIPAA, PCI and ISO 22301 certifications address customer needs across federal, healthcare, financial and enterprise markets.
Zenium has started construction of Zenium Frankfurt Two. Marked with a breaking ground ceremony in partnership with construction contractor, Lupp Group, Zenium has also confirmed that it has secured a pre-let contract for 7MW of power with a global IT Services company. Frankfurt Two is the seventh data center announced by Zenium in less than two years - an incredible rate of growth.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is establishing a new datacenter region in the Stockholm area. The new AWS EU (Stockholm) Region will be operational in 2018.
Expansion enables more companies to interconnect at the edge to transform their IT operations for the digital age.
40% more concerned than ever about the threat of data breaches at their organisation.
Hybrid IT intensifies demand for comprehensive managed, consulting and professional services, finds Frost & Sullivan’s Digital Transformation team.
Avelacom has extended its low latency network and launched a new point of presence (PoP) to connect Interxion’s London data centre and Borsa Istanbul, making it easier for London’s capital markets players to enter emerging markets and exploit cross-venue arbitrage opportunities.
New research conducted by IDC has found that while 2017 represents a massive year for hyperscale data centres, this will not be at the expense of colocation facilities. This is according Greg McCulloch, CEO of Aegis Data, who states that the scalability of OCP-ready colocation facilitates will provide customers with a better environment to host and grow their IT infrastructure.