Green data centers require green electricity. Ideally, every hour, every day, all year round. When you drive through the most northern state of Germany, Schleswig-Holstein,
“Internet Exchange Points,” comments Gabriel Willigens, Head of the Business Unit DataLogistIX at Itenos, “live in data centers.” There’s a good reason for this: that’s
One world – one life! Earth’s climate is changing dramatically and putting at risk life as humans know it today. It is possible for climate to do more damage than that of the previous two world wars. Ice caps melting, out of control fires and floods they’re not just restricted to Australia!
Edge computing relying on location, latency and bandwidth has increased with IOT demands. It is not an instead of but complimenting traditional Enterprise facilities, colo and cloud to get closer to the data source or end users. Where 5G is rolling out enterprise opportunities will follow along with edge facilities. Edge growth in other regions will be more of a steady increase until their network is upgraded
Edge data centres are on the rise, driven by the requirements for low latency local compute resources. While they offer many advantages there is a