According to Gartner, some enterprises enter into a colocation partnership needing recommendations for their space, power and cooling needs. This leads users to base decisions off their equipment’s nameplate rating. Higher density deployments are often difficult to
When building a Hybrid Cloud architecture, you can select leading global service or network providers with choices tailored to your internet performance and latency requirements. Hybrid clouds are especially useful for growing businesses with many online relationships, such as vendors, clients, customers or service providers. Now, these relationships are enabled with just a single cross-connect. With a single cross-connect, you get the security of a direct connection and the agility to provision quickly without long-term commitments.
While meeting user demands for seamless content access, you still need to safeguard your infrastructure against rising cyber threats, unanticipated power consumption fluctuations, network bandwidth spikes, assets or rack movements and more. In any vXchnge location, full transparency and visibility effectively
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TAMPA, Fla., Dec. 5, 2018 – vXchnge, the leading data center-as-a-service (DCaaS) provider dedicated to protecting global and emerging brands, today announced it has been recognized as the 2018 Innovative Leadership Award recipient. Frost and Sullivan’s research of the North American Data Center market identified customers’ key decision criteria for selecting a DCaaS company. This award benchmarked data center companies on data center uptime, security, innovative services, as well as industry-leading methods and practices.
TAMPA, Fla., November 28, 2018 – According to a new IDG research survey, the C-suite is more engaged today than any time prior in decisions related to data centers. The top reasons cited by executives for that involvement include cyber-security, cost efficiencies, compliance and risk mitigation. What is revealing from this research is that nearly 9 out of 10 top-level executives are engaged in making data center decisions for their companies.