The COVID-19 pandemic has sent shock waves throughout the world. As organizations around the globe scramble to help slow the spread of the virus, some companies find themselves with increased responsibility. Data centers, in particular, have a crucial role to fill.
Connecting first responders during the COVID-19 pandemic
March 25, 2020
Rescue 42 Inc. announced that the PodRunner division of Rescue 42 has entered into an exclusive supplier agreement with AT&T to provide the SatRunner Satellite communications platform configured with Wi-Fi internet and Band 14 cellular for the National First Responder Network, or FirstNet.
What a telehealth study in rural michigan can teach us about taking a better approach to health care both every day and during a crisis
March 12, 2020
By using telehealth applications, doctors can diagnose patients remotely, prescribe medicine, and have it delivered to a patient’s front door. This means someone who may be infected does not have go out. In essence, practicing telemedicine can actually help prevent the spread of coronavirus.
More than ever, we rely on cellular connectivity. While in our homes and offices we enjoy lightning-fast speed fiber connectivity, once out in our car or on the streets, we enter the wireless connectivity world.
This year alone, one in five internet users will own a wearable device, according to Business Insider Intelligence. If you thought of smart watches and wireless earbuds after you read that line, you’re not wrong this time, but you’re not exactly right, either.
On Demand As power consumption requirements of both server and switch components within the IT stack expand, users are having to reconsider their power distribution strategies to balance and manage power more effectively. More power means more heat, thicker cabling and overall denser environments, which requires infrastructure upgrades. Learn key considerations for high density rack environments and effective power distribution strategies to better future-proof your infrastructure.
On Demand Serial consoles are extremely beneficial to address emergency situations such as accessing locked-up devices and loss of IP band connectivity. But did you know they can also make daily data center and IT operations run more efficiently?
In our first issue of the year, we reveal the 2019 Facility Manager of the Year winner. But that's not all — we also take a look at data center site selection, cybersecurity, and hyperscale network architecture as we explore the cloud.