The enterprise owned-and-operated data center is on the endangered species list. But let’s not write any obituaries yet! Enterprises still have critical data center needs, but those needs are changing dramatically. Today, IT leaders are being called on to deliver high-performing, data-intensive, dynamic applications and IT services to users distributed globally.
An IOA strategy prescribes a proven and repeatable architectural framework that both enterprises and service providers can leverage to directly and securely connect people, locations, clouds and data. It is this Interconnection-first approach that drivesconsistent Azure Stackhybrid clouddeployments within our global data centers.
After nearly two decades in Silicon Valley, Equinix has seen tech busts and booms, but we’ve never seen a time when there wasn’t demand for Interconnection. Equinix’s new SV10 data center is part of our continuous efforts to meet that demand.
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.
How Interconnection Increased Global Data Flows by 45X: McKinsey Reveals the Digitally Interconnected Global Economy
Enterprises worldwide are facing a massive wave of digital disruption that’s causing them to rethink their current business and IT deployment models. The McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) sums up the situation well, describing the meteoric rise of what it calls the “digitally interconnected global economy."
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are not a good news topic, and the news about them seems to only be getting worse. Organizations need to do whatever they can to detect and mitigate an assault on their systems as fast as possible. A DDoS-mitigation solution developed by F5 Networks, called F5 Silverline, is now available via the Equinix Cloud Exchange and can help the enterprise do just that.
Diving into the cloud isn’t as straightforward as it’s sometimes made out to be. Here we discuss things CIOs should consider when starting a cloud deployment.
Power and cooling demands are surging. Companies can find an advantage with high-density data centers that handle more power in the same space.
Equinix's Larry McAlister talks about how strong companies purposefully cultivate an environment that leads to growth.
Equinix opens its NY6 data center to serve the world's largest financial, media and enterprise companies in the New York metropolitan area.