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December 21, 2020
What does the future hold for the data center industry as we look ahead to 2021? In this blog, Diego Villagra gives three reasons why he expects a strong recovery for data centers in next year.
December 08, 2020
Multitenant data centers are now living on the edge to capitalize on their network location. To understand how and why, we first need to define the “edge.” In this blog, Alastair Waite provides you with this definition.
November 04, 2020
In the video blog, CommScope's H.J. Niethammer discusses cabling options for a future-ready data center.
August 12, 2020
What do the game Tetris, fiber panels, cassettes, splice cassettes, adapters and modules all have in common? In this blog, Jennifer Duits provides you with the answer, and that answer is the G2 portfolio.
May 05, 2020
Inside a data center, resources such as compute and storage capacity, as well as the links connecting the data center to the access network, are designed based on a predictable traffic load. In this blog, James Young explains the challenges and opportunities in multi-vendor, multi-carrier networks.
April 06, 2020
Realizing the benefits of SDN/NFV, creates unique challenges—chief among which is getting the various and diverse hardware and software components in the network to talk to one another in order to manage and deliver all these services and capabilities, seamlessly and efficiently. This is where Network Automation and Orchestration come in. Jaspreet Sachdev explains in this blog.
April 01, 2020
How do enterprises, service providers and multitenant data centers design infrastructure with agility and scalability? James Young answers this question in this blog.
January 21, 2020
There is no question that 5G will influence data centers. It’s not just a question of how much data is being generated, but where it is coming from and the network requirements needed to support it. In this blog, James Young explains how 5G will force a radical reimagining of the scope and environment in which data centers operate.
November 18, 2019
Given the global fitness industry is worth approximately 100 billion USD, it’s no surprise consumers are snapping up smartwatches for various reasons; from monitoring activities such as quality of sleep; to tracking wellness habits; to eating healthy. Gary Newbold blogs on how AI will invigorate our future.