What Is Interconnection? What Companies Need to Know About Interconnection to Succeed at Digital Business
Interconnection is the deployment of IT traffic exchange points that integrate direct, private connections between counterparties. Interconnection is best achieved hosted in carrier-neutral data center campuses, where distributed IT components are colocated.
Capital market companies have been one of the more cautious adopters of the cloud. However, increased pressure to reduce costs, improve margins and realize greater efficiencies are forcing today’s institutional investing firms to move their critical applications and data into the cloud.
The E3 2017 Electronic Entertainment Expo has become a “virtual” spectacle. Its online interactions with gamers precedes the dates and transcends the walls of the actual event to connect as many gamers as possible to product announcements and event-related activities. Interconnection to the show is critical to fully experience it.
We’re in the middle of another period of accelerating innovation caused by digital disruption. It’s the transformation of digital IT. Once again, we might ask ourselves, “Why is it now suddenly transformative, when digital IT has been with us for so long?”
RTB requires low-latency connectivity, or a bidder has slim chances of winning. The lower the latency, the less time is taken up during the bidding process making the actual connection, so more time is available for analysis of the user’s profile. That means more time for an informed bid and a better chance of success.
Business and technology are rapidly evolving everywhere, and today’s business leaders must accelerate the time-to-value for the investments they are making in enterprise digital transformation.
The big move to multi-cloud is on, with 82% of today’s enterprises embracing a multi-cloud strategy. Today's businesses understand that different application workloads require different types of cloud services to perform, whether they are private, public or hybrid.
For those of us immersed in the digital payments industry, how people pay for things is often far more intriguing than what they’re actually buying. And it just keeps getting more interesting.
Data traffic is growing exponentially, and the subsea cable systems that make up the backbone of the global Internet must grow with it. Today’s announcement about the momentum we’re seeing as a partner to next-generation subsea cable projects underscores the rapid growth in this industry.
SY4 is a significant investment from Equinix, and a significant investment for the state of New South Wales. Australia is, and will continue to be, an important market for us because local businesses are innovating as fast as some of the biggest players in the world.