In partnership with other OCP members, Equinix is embarking on the journey to enable local OCP-based infrastructure integration, deployment and support in Equinix IBX data centers in key markets that we serve worldwide.
Mobile World Congress 2017 highlights how mobile IoT is driving greater innovation, digital transformation and opportunity
The ongoing and massive surge in global data traffic is a well-documented trend, and it’s feeding a boom in new subsea cable construction: TeleGeography estimates that as many as 33 new systems could be launched by 2018. At Equinix, we’ve already publicly announced our involvement in 12 subsea systems, and we expect that number to grow.
The adoption of machine learning in the enterprise may be closer than predicted as leading cloud providers are making AI more accessible “as-a-Service” via open source platforms. According to the Financial Times, AI in the cloud is “the next great disrupter” and opens up opportunities for businesses to create powerful new AI applications fast, without building the tools, infrastructure or expertise in house.
The project, announced today, uses technology designed by Facebook and available from the Open Compute Project (OCP) - which Equinix just joined - to build the new ecosystem. Specifically, the ecosystem uses Wedge open source switches as part of its architecture.
Equinix is excited to announce we’ve joined the elite Stanford Platform Lab, a group of leading researchers and companies committed to building the technology platforms that will enable the next generation of applications.
Equinix has been committed since our founding to innovation, interconnection and collaboration. That’s why it’s fitting that we’re joining the Open Compute Project and its newly established OCP Telco Project as it expands to focus on data center and interconnection technologies for telecommunications companies.
The PTC's annual conference kicks off next week for what organizers say is a time to re-imagine the possibilities of the modern telecommunications ecosystem.
Looking ahead to 2016, it's clear that businesses will continue to raise expectations for increased network capacity, improved cyber-security and better cost efficiency.
Here’s some of what we think is possible in 2016.