Rules Rewritten: Managing Data Centers Through the Pandemic - The world’s data center operators have made big operating adjustments. Some of these changes may stick around post-crisis.
‘Freeze Time:’ How Long Can Data Center Supply Chains Hold Out? - The longer the global lockdown, the harder it will be to keep data centers running without failure.
UK Data Center Operators Say Prolonged Lockdown Would Risk Outages - There are limits to how long a data center can run on essential-only maintenance.
Colo Customers Lean on Remote Data Center Management Tools Amid the Pandemic - The lockdown has made remote data center management tools essential for colocation providers to continue serving their clients.
The Pandemic Puts the Internet’s Resiliency – and Fragility – On Display - It’s been one of the few positive stories to emerge during the crisis, but things are far from perfect. They always have been.
Data Center Providers Adjust to Doing Business Remotely - From cybersecurity and physical infrastructure to sales, the colocation industry shifts to working from home.
Equinix and GIC to Build Cloud Data Centers in Japan - Absent domestic cloud giants, US and Chinese platforms are rushing into Japan to fill the void.
The Pandemic Tests the Limits of Internet Infrastructure Supply Chains - Facing hardware supply chain delays, Uber, Akamai, Verizon adjust sourcing strategies.
Former Sacramento Air Force Base Site Could Become a Data Center Campus - A developer leverages a new federal tax break to market Sacramento as a cheaper alternative to Bay Area.
Northern Virginia, the World’s Data Center Capital, Weathers the Storm - Local economic development department steps in to become a central hub for managing the needs of hundreds of data center operators and tenants.