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FXecosystem unveils new Hong Kong data center deployment
The company is expanding further into Asia, with a new point of presence in HK1.
Equinix granted €1B in loans to offset Verizon data center buy
"We're delighted with the quality of investors that participated in this debt transaction,"
The rise of Container-as-a-Service for faster app delivery
Containers enable software teams within enterprise or start-up organizations to develop and deploy digital business needs faster.
Cloud services to watch in 2017
There have been so many “as-a-service” offerings coming to the market that it is difficult to keep up.
When multi-cloud convergence hits a tipping point
Cloud adoption has matured to an advanced stage where enterprises are increasingly relying more on cloud infrastructures.
Predictions for the connected enterprise: Digital edge, interconnection, evolution
We can’t predict the future of the entire IT industry, but we sit at an unusually good vantage point.
How interconnection is creating tomorrow today
The IoT can’t work as it should if the voluminous amounts of global data it’s producing can’t be quickly collected, stored, processed, analyzed.
Supercharging cloud security, reliability and scalability via interconnection
Many enterprises expect much less from the cloud when it comes to ensuring data safety and compliance.
Equinix joins Industrial Internet Consortium to speed up IIoT growth
Global data center giant Equinix is now a member of the Industrial Internet Consortium, an organisation supporting and promoting growth of IIoT.
What’s driving the industrial internet? The IoT and interconnection
We see valuable commonalities between our goals and the missions of the following IIC working and task groups.
How the Equinix deal with Verizon opens new routes to global interconnection
Context is critical in a deal the size of Equinix’s $3.6 billion acquisition of 29 Verizon data centers.
Speak like a data center geek: Virtualization
Virtualization is, in some sense, about illusion, though not the kind that involves, um, spitting out live frogs.
Equinix: The elastic hybrid cloud evolution
Snowmobile, a 45 foot container truck holds up to 100 petabytes of data to be moved from an enterprise data center to an AWS site.
Cloud exchanges clearing path to better network performance
As the enterprise increasingly adopts cloud, more business-critical applications are moving into cloud environments.
The changing demand for data center services
As technology becomes increasingly sophisticated, businesses are looking at how they can use IT to benefit their organization.
Why hybrid IT can be a more cost-effective and practical choice
IT management faces a number of divergent business and technology trends that can’t be reconciled with a single, “one size fits all” solution.
Interconnection: Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence
Of course the million dollar question was how to harness these insights and leverage them to forge business advantage.
F5 and Equinix: Hybrid cloud application services without compromise
So nothing falls through the cracks, hybrid cloud workloads and applications need to work harmoniously.
Equinix on data: Insuring a bright future
Many insurers have robust customer facing platforms and technology can help them to address their customer needs.
New CSPs bulk up the Equinix Cloud Exchange in Australia
“We’re thrilled to be working with some of the most innovative CSPs in the market to ensure hybrid multi-cloud momentum continues in Australia."
How to Speak Like a Data Center Geek: Internet of Things
The things in the Internet of Things are more narrowly defined, but what they share are connections to the Internet and each other via M2M technology.
Our top global shopping cities (that also host Equinix data centers)
We perused a variety of “top shopping city” rankings, and chose places that appeared multiple times, and also host Equinix data centers.
Disaster recovery in the cloud equals business continuity for all
Where you put your primary and backup BC/DR resources does matter.
Why companies are jumping into data lakes
This huge wave of data is overwhelming many existing enterprise storage infrastructures.