Top 5 Data Center Stories of the Week: April 30, 2021

Experts weigh in on the foiled AWS data center bombing plot, state of INAP a year after bankruptcy, lessons of 2020 outages, and more.

Data Center Knowledge

April 30, 2021

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Top 5 Data Center Stories of the Week: April 30, 2021
Federal law enforcement officers patrol the grounds of the Department of Justice on January 17, 2021 in Washington, DC, as preparations are made for Joe Biden's presidential inauguration.Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images

Foiled AWS Data Center Bombing Plot Poses New Questions for Operators - Targeting of data centers is a new development. Experts believe the incident should spur review of physical security posture, investment in dark-web monitoring.

One Year After Bankruptcy, INAP Stable, Focused on Growth, Says CEO - Mike Sicoli joined INAP to fix it. He says the company is now steady, prepared for the “street warfare” for share of the booming digital infrastructure market.

Data Center Outages Were Fewer but More Damaging in 2020: Uptime - The number of data center outages is growing, but IT infrastructure is expanding much faster.

What the Arrival of AI Hardware Means for Your Data Center - The Data Center Podcast: Charlie Boyle, general manager of the Nvidia DGX unit, on AI hardware and data centers.

How Colocation Providers are Positioning for Hybrid Cloud: Equinix - The world’s largest colocation provider sees hybrid cloud as more than merely integrating with the hyperscalers’ hybrid offerings.

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