Meet Equinix: Frank Amann, Global Solutions Architect, Making the Enterprise More Agile and Cloud-Connected

The Equinix family is made up of global employees who bring a rich and diverse set of experience and skills to help customers solve business and …

Ryan Mallory

The Bandwidth Business Is Booming

Last week's International Telecom Week's (ITW) global conference was a vibrant example of how the wholesale telecommunications industry is …

Jim Poole

Next-Gen Telecommunications Trends

In our blog entry, PTC 2016 - Reimagining Telecommunications, Ryan Mallory discussed some of the trends highlighted at PTC 2016 for enterprises. …

Alex Vaxmonsky

Network Functions Virtualization: Into the Light

In the spring and summer of 1901, something unexpected began to stir in Barcelona's art world. A strange malaise began to take hold of Pablo …

Brenden Rawle

Interconnecting Clouds and Networks for Industry Innovation

Bryson Hopkins is a Global Solutions Architect (SA) at Equinix specializing in cloud solutions for the enterprise, media and telecom markets. He …

Ryan Mallory

A Look Back at PTC 2016: Reimagining Telecommunications

This year's Pacific Telecommunications Council (PTC) annual conference challenged the industry to "reimagine telecommunications." Given that over the …

Ryan Mallory

Talk of Subsea Cables and the Growing Cloud on Tap at PTC ’16

The Pacific Telecommunication Council's (PTC's) 38th annual conference will kick off next week, accompanied by high expectations and featuring the…

Ihab Tarazi

Take Control With SD-WAN

When it comes to wide area networks (WANs), enterprises face the challenge of balancing high-availability, performance and costs. Take a retailer …

Paul Mason

Content Delivery Networks playing starring roles as the Internet goes Hollywood

The Internet is definitely going Hollywood! According to a recent report by Cisco, by 2019 over 80% of all consumer Internet traffic will be …

Daniel Ho

The Future Brings Quantum Leaps in Interconnection

According to Moore's Law, in the next 10 years, the calculating power of computers will be multiplied by 32 times. That will have a significant …

Nicolas Roger