The worldwide data center switch market recorded its first decline in nine years, dropping 9 percent year-over-year in the first quarter, according to a recent report by Dell’Oro Group. The Q1 2020 revenue level was also the lowest in three years.
Data center services provider, US Signal, is expanding its cloud and data protection capabilities to additional data centers.
Park Place Technologies, a provider of hardware maintenance for IT data centers supporting over 58,000 data centers in more than 150 countries, has acquired Missouri-based 3rd party maintenance provider, Custom Hardware Engineering & Consulting.
Megaport, a global Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) provider, has expanded its Software Defined Network (SDN) services to additional Evoque data center locations.
Hurricane Electric, a company operating its own global IPv4 and IPv6 network, has added a new Point-of-Presence at H5 Data Centers’ purpose-built campus in the Denver Tech Center.
Global data center company CyrusOne (NASDAQ: CONE) has announced the use of the latest Internet Computer Concepts (ICC) and Asetek technologies for cooling design solutions across its data center campuses.
KKR, a global investment firm, and Franek Sodzawiczny, a data center entrepreneur and executive, have formed a new Global Technical Realty - a build-to-suit and roll-up acquisition data center company aiming at the European market.
Eurofiber, owner/operator of a 36,000KM fiberoptic network covering the Netherlands, Belgium and Northern France while stretching into Germany, will provide dark fiber between QTS’ data centers in Groningen and Eemshaven, in the Netherlands.
STACK INFRASTRUCTURE, a company delivering wholesale build-to suit, colocation, and powered shell solutions in seven U.S. markets today, announced plans for expansion of its data center campus in Atlanta, bringing STACK’s total critical capacity in this market to 20MW.
The first GPU based on the NVIDIA Ampere architecture, the NVIDIA A100, is in full production and shipping to customers worldwide now. Among the first to tap into the power of NVIDIA A100 GPUs is Microsoft, which intends to take advantage of their performance and scalability.
The new to build facilities of Compass Datacenters will be built with concrete using CarbonCure technology, developed by Nova Scotia-based CarbonCure Technologies.