More Content, More Data Centers, and Better Interconnects

More Content, More Data Centers, and Better Interconnects

Learn how the proliferation of new content not only requires more data centers but has also forced administrators to re-evaluate how all of this content is delivered and create better interconnect best practices.

The very real reality out there is that we are creating both more content and lot more data. In fact, very soon, every business will become a digital entity. We are finding new ways to communicate and deliver rich content to the end-user and the modern business. Through it all, data center providers must focus on ensuring constant content delivery to users located anywhere, accessing data from any device at any given time.

Here’s an interesting whitepaper that discusses how the proliferation of new content not only requires more data centers, but it also has forced administrators to re-evaluate how all of this content is delivered. Most of all, they have to consider all of the tools and solutions out there to help with the process. There are also new capabilities to consider such as:

  • Faster data center interconnect expansions
  • Flexible client interface architectures including support for 10G/40G/100G networks
  • Direct API integrations for better control and automation

However, most importantly, today’s content delivery architecture must be capable of web-scale capacities. This means utilizing tools which provide better global connectivity, improved content delivery, and better capacity control capabilities. Organizations are looking for even better ways to dynamically interconnect their data centers to deliver even more business productivity. Download this whitepaper today to learn about new web-scale capabilities around content delivery and data interconnect technologies.

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