The ongoing supply chain challenges are underpinning a need for more reliance on virtualization, and enterprises are planning for significant investment in their digital infrastructure, according to Equinix.
Electrical grid constraints are potentially impairing the region's economic outlook as investors recoil from grim infrastructure fears.
Meta is restructuring its AI operations to move the work out of a centralized organization and distribute it to individual business units. Here's why that can be a mistake, and what enterprises should do instead to maximize the value AI can offer.
Does edge computing decentralization make sense? What form should it take? What role is left for network operators?
A new study charges that renewable energy credits are leading businesses to overestimate their carbon emissions cuts.
A closer look at how one penetration testing firm was able to breach the physical security of a data center in less than a week, posing as the pest control company.
Industry analysts weigh in on what Broadcom's $61 billion VMware acquisition would mean for the virtualization pioneer and its customers.
Political tensions and land shortages can’t stop data center growth in Hong Kong, says Raymond Tong, CEO of SUNeVision, the city’s largest data center operator.
Blackstone, DigitalBridge, Digital Realty, and Equinix all reported to have expressed preliminary interest.
The first operator signs up for space, power, and water on a 2,100-acre site.