Equinix has been connecting the world since our founding, but we’ve only focused on data traffic. Now, just in time for Valentine’s Day, we’re expanding into romantic interconnection. And all our new offerings have been tested and proven by a group of volunteers who self-identified as terrified daters.
The Equinix-based financial services ecosystem in New York is one of the most important financial services ecosystems in the world, bringing together the biggest players in the global markets for ever-faster transactions and connectivit
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As the capabilities of digital technology have evolved, along with our expectations, the federal government has made several critical changes since 2008 in an effort to best manage and capitalize on it. That’s included establishing new leadership positions, mandates and priorities, as well as creating standards for technology adoption, operation and security.
It’s time to welcome 2017, but before we pop the champagne, make our resolutions or let loose showers of confetti, we at Equinix want to give 2016 a little love before it’s past us, because it was quite a year.
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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 our Silicon Valley data centers. This is a big step in important industry research, which could lead to networking innovations that will carry enterprises into the future.
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In a move to meet customer demand for edgier, more terrifying colocation, Equinix has opened a state-of-the-art data center in historic Transylvania.
Last month as part of the Interdependence Day speaking series, Equinix and the Business Development Institute brought together representatives of several of the ecosystems that need to collaborate to make digital payments happen.
Outside, many of our data centers are sleek and futuristic. Inside, the colors are vibrant and our lower-heat blue lighting gives off a dynamic vibe. You can see that in the shots below, from DC11 at our Ashburn campus outside Washington, D.C.
Artist Gregory Burns worries that too many people in the corporate world are only using half of their brains. They are really working that left half hard, though. That’s the analytical side of the brain, the logical side concerned with reason, math and facts. It’s doing a lot of important work in a high-tech haven like Silicon Valley, where Equinix is headquartered, but it rarely picks up a paintbrush. That’s right-brain territory.
In December of last year, Equinix completed its acquisition of the leading Japanese data center provider Bit-isle and its six facilities, turning Equinix into the fourth largest data center operator in Japan.