How Wireless Monitoring Helps MTDC Providers Realize Energy Savings

MTDCs are a critical part of today’s highly distributed architectures, and the ability to effectively control the high costs of operating them is critical for providers. Here’s why: Data center cooling systems account for nearly 37%1 of the overall power consumption, and it’s the fastest rising data center operation expense. And with providers tackling ever-larger…

How Changing Cloud Consumption Models Impact Infrastructure Decisions

The ubiquity of the cloud has fundamentally changed the way enterprises consume computing resources. However, cloud consumption models are themselves evolving to incorporate an increasingly disparate blend of private, public, hybrid, colocation, and edge environments. Today, 92% of enterprises already have a multi-cloud strategy, yet infrastructure challenges remain. Despite the major advantages of embracing a…

Why Now is the Time for MTDC Operators to Double Down on Sustainability Initiatives

The pressure is on for organizations across industries and geographies to develop, implement, measure, and report on the progress of their sustainability initiatives. Multi-tenant data centers (MTDCs) are no exception, which is why operators are increasingly focused on reducing carbon emissions and utilizing energy efficient cooling solutions. Calculating the Costs of Cooling Did you know…

What Colocation Providers Should Consider When Considering Interconnection Services

In our last blog post we wrote about the widespread enterprise adoption of all things SaaS, and the corresponding need for interconnected services inside data centers. Interconnection services are the physical connections that enable data exchange between two or more entities — or partners — at the fastest possible speed. Given that colocation is fast…