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  • The Equinix Infomart: What It Means for the Data Center Industry 16 February
    The acquisition of the Dallas Infomart for $800 million is a strategic win for Equinix. The transaction also changes the game for the remainder of the Infomart portfolio, offering a clearer value proposition to acquirers and investors.
    Rich Miller
  • Protecting Your Organization From Cybercrime 14 February
    Protection from cybercrime and attacks is top of mind for many executives these days. In fact, according to the United States Department of Justice, cybercrime is one of  the greatest threats facing the country today. Download the recent C-level report from LightEdge Solutions that explores why protecting your business from cybercrime doesn’t have to be […]
    Sarah Rubenoff
  • EdgeCore Launches, Plans $2 Billion in Data Center Development 14 February
    EdgeCore Internet Real Estate has launched with plans to build large data center campuses in six North American markets. The new company is led by former CoreSite CEO Tom Ray, and its lead backer is GIC, the sovereign wealth fund for the government of Singapore.
    Rich Miller
  • Data Center Developers: Meeting the Challenges of Today’s Requirements 12 February
    How do data center operators design and build for a varying array of different users and insure they are deploying the right product type to maximize their success? In this edition of Voices of the Industry, Chris Kincaid, Senior Vice President of Design & Construction at Stream Data Centers, explores some of the biggest design […]
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  • Q&A with Silicon Valley Power Fiber Enterprise’s Debby Barry: “Cloud Services is Not Something I Even Thought of 5 Years Ago” 16 February
    SANTA CLARA, CA — Debby Barry is program manager of the Silicon Valley Power Fiber Enterprise, a business service offered by Silicon Valley Power (SVP), the Electric Utility of the City of Santa Clara. In 2000, SVP’s dark fiber leasing service grew out of SVP’s own communications network linking its electric substations. While the program […]
    Josh Anderson
  • Canadian Investment Firm Snatches Up Two New Jersey Properties 16 February
    ROCKAWAY, NJ — Canadian Investment Firm Northbridge Investment Management Inc. of Toronto has snatched up a notable Rockaway (Morris County), New Jersey office building. Northridge was represented by HFF, with notable personnel including Senior Managing Director (and frequent CapRE contributor) Jose Cruz, Managing Directors Kevin O’Hearn and Brett Segal and Senior Directors Michael Oliver and […]
    Josh Anderson
  • How did the Westin Building Go From Being the “Seattle Building” to the West Coast Building? 16 February
    CAMBRIDGE, MA — If you go back 15 years ago, there were many major interconnection points on the West coast — the Palo Alto Internet Exchange, One Wilshire, MAE-West, most notably. The Westin Building Exchange was established, but not compared to it’s major position of today – today, the Westin Exchange isn’t just the Seattle […]
    Josh Anderson
  • Blockchain 102: Francis Pouliot Explains How the Benefits For Other Verticals 16 February
    MONTRÉAL, QUÉBEC – Blockchain is more than just bitcoin. It’s more than just crypto-currencies even. At our Second Annual Greater Montréal & Québec Data Centre Summit, we convened a panel of crypto-mining experts to provide insider insight into the how, what and why of blockchain. We asked one panelist, Francis Pouliot, Co-Founder of Research and […]
    Josh Anderson
  • ConvergeOne to Acquire Arrow Electronic’s Systems Integration Business 16 February
    EAGAN, MN — Global IT services provider of collaboration and technology solutions ConvergeOne will acquire the Systems Integration business of Arrow Electronics. The unified communications, contact center, and voice and data technologies portfolio will become ConvergeOne’s property within 30 days, though not all of the terms of the agreement were released. “This acquisition will be an […]
    Josh Anderson
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  • NVMe-oF Explained for the Storage Industry by David Woolf, Senior Engineer, Datacenter Technologies, UNH-IOL 16 February
    NVMe, or Non-Volatile Memory Express, is a streamlined protocol specifically designed for flash memory. Due to a lightweight protocol, the storage controller can be greatly simplified, relative to a legacy SCSI (Small Computer Systems Interface) style storage controller, and thus latency is reduced and performance optimized. NVMe also leverages the widely-adopted PCIe (Peripheral Component Interconnect […]
    Jasmine Russell
  • R.I.P., XaaS: Users Must Not Drown in Alphabet Soup by Adam Stern, Founder and CEO of Infinitely Virtual 16 February
    I take no satisfaction in accurately predicting that the defining trend for 2017 would be the weaponization of the Internet of Things. After WannaCry and NotPetya slammed unsuspecting, unprotected organizations with epic ransomware attacks last year, I’m aware that prescience is not always its own reward. As we enter the second month of 2018, I’m […]
    Jasmine Russell
  • Physical Security for Data Centers by Darren Watkins, Managing Director for VIRTUS Data Centres 15 February
    If you’ve ever tried to get into a data center without prior permission or the right identification, you’ll know how stringent security is. As the keepers of, arguably, the world’s most valuable asset – data – data center providers know no bounds when it comes to safeguarding their customers’ priceless information. They house critical data, […]
    Jasmine Russell
  • Increasing Awareness of the Benefits of Data Hosting in Ireland 15 February
    Over the last several years, Ireland has emerged as a global hotspot for data hosting due to its strategic location, economic and political stability, abundance of skilled labor and high security and reliability standards. Helping to further the Irish data hosting industry is Host in Ireland, a strategic initiative focused on increasing awareness of the […]
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  • Ireland, the Digital Gateway to Europe 14 February
    Ireland’s favorable corporate tax and legal system, pro-business approach, renewable energy resources, and commitment to data center energy efficiency make the country a very attractive hosting destination for global operators as well as international biotech, software and pharmaceutical companies. Over the last several years, Ireland has become known as the “Digital Gateway to Europe” and […]
    Jasmine Russell

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