Industry Perspectives: Savvis, Intel

The Industry Perspectives channel at Data Center Knowledge highlights thought leadership in the data center arena, providing industry professionals with the opportunity to share their insight and expertise. Here’s a recap of last week’s columns:

  • Bandwidth Management, Cloud & the 405 Freeway – Bob Deutsche of Intel continues his discussion of cloud computing principals with consideration of networks and bandwidth, asserting bandwidth and data transmission may not always be as inexpensive and unencumbered as they are today.
  • CIO Roles Shifting in Emerging Cloud Landscape – Bryan Doerr, of Savvis/CenturyLink, writes that the current swirl of activity in IT means for the role of the CIO as orchestrator of the overall corporate application portfolio is changing.

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Colleen Miller is a journalist and social media specialist. She has more than two decades of writing and editing experience, with her most recent work dedicated to the online space. Colleen covers the data center industry, including topics such as modular, cloud and storage/big data.

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  1. It appears as though the link to Mr. Doerr's article is faulty, linking to Mr. Duestche's article instead of his own.

  2. Josh - Thanks for the note - The link is repaired.

  3. Bob Deutsche

    Hi Colleen... Just as an aside, spelling of my last name might need a bit of a tweak...hey, that is why I generally refer to myself as "Bob" :-)

  4. Hi Bob. Thanks for letting us know. Fixed now.

  5. No problem Colleen, thanks for your help, was excited to read the article. :-)

  6. Bob Deutsche

    Rich, thanks for correcting. As a bit of a postscript to my column on Bandwidth constraints and the 405, I received a link early today from one of our Telco guys in Europe that happily seems to validate some of the concerns expressed in my article. Here is the link: Bob