As I celebrate today’s “Global Day of the Engineer,” I find myself reflecting on my 25 years working as a software engineer in Silicon Valley at Cisco, General Electric Digital and now Equinix. Over that time, I’ve had the opportunity to be a part of some extremely dynamic and inventive global engineering organizations.
Building the products and services that sit at the heartbeat of a company’s value is exciting business. The teams that undertake product development in a digital world are typically enamored with technology, tuned into market trends, and driven to push the boundaries of what’s possible.
When it comes to characterizing the mass of information being produced and mined these days by members of the health innovation economy, the “big” in big data doesn’t seem big enough.
The connected car of tomorrow is coming, and, frankly, it’s going…
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.
When it comes to wide area networks (WANs), enterprises face the challenge of balancing high availability, performance and costs. Software-defined WAN can help.
Cloud solutions and adoption promises speed, agility, flexibility, infinite elasticity & cost efficiency with innovation; however these benefits add tricky tracheotomies namely governance, complexity and security. In today’s emerging elastic ecosystem, datacenters are trusted by enterprise and well-funded startups to convert their colocation space as a managed elastic colocation.
Quantum computing could someday enable instant information transfer to anywhere. But businesses don’t have to wait for secure, low-latency interconnection.
Sparkathon is a program which brings in collaboration, learning & motivation to build a culture for innovation without boundaries.
Equinix lands on the Forbes list of “The World’s Most Innovative Companies.”