Based on actual events on 9/11, the short film “Suitcase,” tells the story of a baggage handler at Logan International Airport in Boston who discovers the contents of one of the hijacker’s bags that never made it on to American Airlines’ Flight 11 to Los Angeles.
An Interconnection Oriented Architecture can help media companies handle growing amounts of digital content and develop efficient workflows and revenue streams.
Digital content is growing rapidly across the media industry, and its major players are turning to interconnection to meet the demands of a voracious consumer base.
We at the Interconnections blog have resolved to show off our data centers a bit more, and we’re starting with 10 photos of LA4.
The digital advertising sector needs a new breed of talent that can bridge the gap between the language that analysts speak and the language that marketers talk.
As crazy as things will get during the World Cup, if you’re in business in Brazil, they can’t get glitchy. Equinix and ALOG have helped companies get ready.
The research has provided a fascinating view on how the digital media industry is changing, as greater connectivity, faster processing and cloud infrastructure become more widely available.
Nickelodeons have come and gone, and movies have since gone through many transformations in how they’re made, distributed and viewed.
Equinix is pleased to have assisted Netflix in deploying its cutting-edge content delivery solution, and is impressed by how Netflix has shared its hardware design and the open source software components of the CDN server to the Internet community.
Equinix is currently engaged in a programme of research focused on exploring the evolution of digital interconnectivity across the European media market and the emergence of the ‘extended media enterprise’