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One of the data center trends Vertiv identified for 2018 was the increased reliance on colocation by cloud providers.
Cloud and colocation providers are among the world’s most business critical industries.
Scott Armul, VP and GM at DC Power and Outside Plant Products at Vertiv spokes about the balance of using legacy networks and new infrastructures.
Explore how enterprise data center managers can overcome key challenges when working with colocation providers in this webinar from Vertiv and Data Center Knowledge.
See our case study about Contabo GmbH - a web hosting, virtual server and colocation provider based in Munich, Germany, operating data centres in Munich and Nuremberg with space for more than 10,000 servers.
When the cost of data center downtime averages nearly $9,000 per minute, avoiding such an event is the first and most obvious way to save money.
As our experts at Vertiv looked ahead toward upcoming data center trends, we moved quickly past the migration to the network edge and hyperscale facilities because that requires no foresight – it’s happening already.
In recent years, the demand for state-of-the-art data centres has increased by more than five hundred percent and the market is still growing.
From pure housing through to full managed services - with an extraordinary level of security - DELTALIS is quite unique.
Watch this video to discover Liebert EconoPhase key features, the first ever pumped refrigerant economizer for enhanced energy savings.
Increasingly new IT Services are cloud delivered as redistributed or Hybrid IT Workload.
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Watch this short video about the features and benefits of the high-efficiency Liebert® EXL S1, a large-scale uninterruptible power supply (UPS) system
Equinix, Inc. (Nasdaq: EQIX) connects the world's leading businesses to their customers, employees and partners inside the most interconnected data centers.
As colocations take on new challenges, the complexity and physical limitations of the data center can produce new operational burdens. These challenges can impact the tenant experience as well as the colocations bottom line.
Transformers within UPS systems in data centres and IT critical environments have been largely replaced by present-day electronics within modern UPS units.