Remember ten years ago? Facebook was this fairly new thing that all the kids did, and mom and dad were recently exposed to. Twitter was 140 characters of new hotness. And then there was this buzz word that everyone used called “cloud.”
ManTech announced it was awarded a five-year, $920 million prime task order by the General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Systems Integration and Management Center (FEDSIM) on behalf of the Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Crane.
Change is a part of any industry, driven by innovators who recognize the need to grow. This philosophy was elegantly underscored in a Wall Street Journal article titled “The Genius of the Tinkerer.” The author, Stephen Johnson, referenced what he called the philosophy of the adjacent possible.
Across the planet, end users and organizations are generating and consuming unprecedented volumes of data. But it can be challenging to comprehend just how fast data is growing worldwide and what the implications are for storing, managing, and accessing all of that data.
Many data center operators build redundancy and extra storage or computing power into their data centers just in case. Research from Future Facilities shows that data center operators build three data centers for every two they need.
Rural electric co-ops benefit from $20 billion rural digital opportunities fund
January 16, 2020
FiberRise Communications formed an exclusive partnership with Quadra Partners to assist electric co-ops in obtaining funding from the FCC's Rural Digital Opportunities Fund to expand high-speed broadband access.
The seamless interconnect of data center facilities is needed to deliver lightning-fast speeds, and yet internet content providers (ICPs) have grown at such a rate there has barely been enough time to create the rigorous testing regiment necessary.
The data center industry is experiencing unprecedented growth. There is currently 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created each day, and this pace is accelerating with the emergence of the IoT. By the year 2020, the IoT will comprise more than 30 billion connected devices.
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.