The Role of Network Infrastructure in Driving a Best-in-Class Employee Experience

While technology plays a vital role in delivering a great employee experience, organizations can only deliver on that promise with the right network infrastructure. The way we work has changed dramatically in recent years, with more and more companies adopting a hybrid approach that blends remote and on-site work in many variations. Additionally, the global…

The Changing Real Estate Footprint in Healthcare

Commercial real estate in the healthcare sector continues to extend beyond traditional venues such as downtown medical office buildings and hospital campuses. In fact, many healthcare providers are constructing or renovating free-standing buildings in residential — or even rural — areas. Shopping centers have also become in-demand locations, as many healthcare providers are branching out…

How Infrastructure Providers are Helping Cloud Operators Grow with Confidence

In a world that’s always on and always changing, designing and deploying a best-in-class cloud architecture that supports the distribution of compute, network, and storage as cloud services across wide geographies is no easy task. As a result, cloud operators are looking for infrastructure solutions that are designed to maximize performance, streamline management, and minimize…

Network Infrastructure Considerations for Multi-Family Buildings

The U.S. multi-family real estate sector—which spans townhomes, duplexes and high-rise buildings—has been on an upward trajectory that shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Renters in particular are seeking out multi-family spaces as a result of rising interest rates and a growing preference for convenience over ownership. However, today’s renters aren’t just looking…

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…