It's a sad day for the data center industry. Olivier Sanche, an industry veteran who most recently headed the data center team at Apple, passed away on Thursday.
We’ve written often about the progress of Apple's new facility in North Carolina, and have compiled this information into the Apple Data Center FAQ (or “Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Apple’s Data Centers”).
A new aerial video shows the completed Apple data center in Maiden, North Carolina, and may offer support for rumors that the company will build a second facility at the site.
One of the major benefits cited for building data centers in rural areas is the lower cost of land. But Apple reportedly wound up paying a local couple $1.7 million for a 1-acre tract adjacent to its new data center project in Maiden, North Carolina.
Apple will live stream today's highly-anticipated new product announcements, reportedly to load-test the capabilities of its new 500,000 square foot data center in North Carolina.
What's inside Apple's new data center in North Carolina? Job postings provide some details about the hardware and software that will be powering the new iDataCenter, much of which is provided by companies other than Apple.
It's hard to miss the signs of confidence in recent investments by major technology companies, including tech titans Google (GOOG), Apple (AAPL) , HP (HPQ) and Intel (INTC).
Apple has entered into hiring mode for its data center in Maiden, North Carolina. The company has posted job listings for at least 13 positions at the huge new facility.
Is the Apple iPad tablet the hot new player in the colocation game? Or is there mischief afoot at iPadColo.net?
How big is Apple's new iDataCenter in Maiden, North Carolina? It's plenty big, as illustrated by this aerial video of the 500,000 square foot facility.