As we pass the mid-point of the year, we are getting a clearer picture of the impact the pandemic has had on data consumption and Internet traffic. But what is the global picture? How has this affected data-centers as they scale to meet this increased demand? And what does the future look like for Internet users and the networks that support them?
This month saw associates from our Milton Keynes office throw on their walking shoes to raise money for Diabetes UK. Our team of 13 walkers set their
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In their pursuit to connect the unconnected, create more storage for data, achieve higher bandwidth, and faster transmission speeds – hyperscale, colocation, and enterprise data centers are united, yet the challenges hyperscale networks face are entirely unique.
As data center revenue grows and the demand for data increases, hyperscale data center infrastructure will continue to expand. In the latest in our series of articles on all things hyperscale, we examine how commercial drivers will shape the future for hyperscalers.
Hyperscale has reshaped business, commerce, and society through the delivery and availability of IT services and the future of hyperscale can be divided into two categories: technological and commercial. In this article, we examine what the future holds for hyperscalers from a technological standpoint.
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