We are all familiar with the schism between hype and reality. For example, your favorite baseball team signs a hyped prospect who scouts are projecting will be “the next Mays,” but unfortunately, he winds up hitting more like Shirley Mays than Willie Mays and is never heard from again.
A few weeks back, I had dinner with Jon Atkins from RBC Capital Markets and some other friends in San Francisco. At dinner, Jon gave me his January 2019 Equity Research, which is the best prospective I have seen to date. All indicators point in the direction of growth.
Cyxtera Technologies operates over 50 data centers in major cities around the world, providing more than 3,500 customers with a secure global platform for mission-critical applications and systems.
April 25, 2019
Infinera has announced that Cyxtera Technologies, the secure infrastructure company, has deployed the Infinera Groove Network Disaggregation Platform to support delivery of secure and reliable high-speed data center interconnect services.
Over the last two years, we have been inundated by requests from wholesale and colocation clients to help develop winning proposals supporting hyperscale tenants. While each proposal we develop is customized to the hyperscale tenant, there are similarities and differences among each request.
Design system sequencing to endure extreme conditions. Initial planning and design decisions for a 9-1-1 call center relate to technical issues that keep a center’s systems functioning during emergencies threatening its operation.
This past October I was fortunate to attend two conferences, the 2018 Critical Facilities Summit in Nashville on October 14-16, and the 2018 Fall 7x24 Conference in Phoenix, held October 21-24. Both conferences were filled with great presentations that were thought provoking and worthy of further study.
Security checks can sometimes leave your jaw dropped and your budget flying out the window. Data centers have a high concern and risk for security for obvious reasons, and are pretty big targets to evil doers.
The future will certainly see this trend continuing. Between edge-computing and the Internet of Things (IoT), we are continuing to bring more technology, automation, and information to the individual everywhere. Information overload is not only an ever-present danger, it is the new norm.
Mission Critical Magazine’s 2019 May/June issue takes a deep dive into controlling water damage in data centers, the art of balancing density, and using new data management tools to optimize network availability. In addition, our second annual Optimal Edge Supplement examines how far we’ve come and where we are going in edge computing.