Equinix: Our Customers Are Pushing Out Our Global Footprint


It’s good news, or at least it should be, for the global leader in the colocation space:  Equinix’ revenue for the last quarter is a little better than 3 percent greater than analysts’ expectations, and somewhat greater than its own guidance in the last quarter.  A good chunk of that gain, the… Read More

Line-of-Sight Antenna Paves New Data Routes for NYC

Antenna locations staked out atop 375 Pearl Street, New York City.

Almost a century ago, it was the very symbol of technology and ingenuity: the giant transmitter tower beaming signals into the heavens.  The crown jewel of the Empire State Building has always been an antenna. Today, we’ve renewed the word “wireless” into the common vernacular; no longer does it sound… Read More

2 Virginia Data Centers Acquired by Lincoln Rackhouse

160727 1807 Michael Faraday Court - Herndon, VA

Two weeks ago, Netrality acquired a four-property portfolio of facilities from Digital Realty Trust that included a St. Louis carrier hotel complex in a prime location, once known as the Bandwidth Exchange. But another part of that portfolio included two smaller facilities in Virginia: one in Reston, and the other… Read More

Equinix + Arrow Deal Boosts Azure

Equinix continues to dominate in all major colocation markets, except China, where local providers have a tight grip on the market (Photo: Equinix)

As Windows Server is allowed to fade into the background, Azure steps up to the podium as Microsoft’s principal data center brand, extending its cloud services directly into hybrid installations with Azure Stack. Read More

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