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The Equinix Blog 2017: A Year in Review

Equinix SV10 in Silicon Valley Another exciting and strong year for Equinix is in the books! It's been our honor inside the Equinix blog team to …

Phil Schwarzmann

Mini-Data Center Trend Seems Terrifying!

Equinix CL1 in Camp Crystal Lake, New Jersey Equinix has always been committed to careful, steady global expansion, though we've traditionally …

Phil Schwarzmann

12 Amazing Photos of DC12 in Washington D.C.

Our latest state-of-the-art IBX data center, DC12 just outside Washington D.C., is officially open for business! Check out these 12 amazing photos …

Phil Schwarzmann

How 8 Years of Tech Innovation Has Changed Gov’t IT

The presidential inaugural ceremony on Jan. 20 will be the 58th in U.S. history, but few, if any, have been preceded by a presidency that's seen …

Phil Schwarzmann

What Were the Top 5 Equinix Trends of 2016?

Equinix SY4 in Sydney, Australia. It's time to welcome 2017, but we at Equinix want to give 2016 a little love before it's too far past us, because…

Phil Schwarzmann

Equinix-Facebook-Telecom Infra Project Testing Ushers in Next-Gen Networking

Equinix announced this week that we're working with Facebook and the Telecom Infra Project (TIP) to test Facebook's Voyager switches inside two of…

Phil Schwarzmann

Equinix Opens Scary-Good Data Center in Transylvania

In a move to meet customer demand for edgier, more terrifying colocation, Equinix has opened a state-of-the-art data center in historic …

Phil Schwarzmann

The Internet of Things and Better BBQ

One of the key things about the Internet of Things (IoT) is that it's everywhere. With billions and billions of sensors spreading globally to feed…

Phil Schwarzmann

Take our Reader Survey for a Chance to Win a $50 Amazon Gift Card

So...what's up with you? As the Interconnections blog launches our new reader survey, that's no rhetorical question. We enjoy bringing you …

Phil Schwarzmann

A “Walk in the Woods” Helps Employees Unplug and See More Clearly

"I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to…

Phil Schwarzmann