Educational Webinars for Data Center Professionals
Unlike in the past where data centers were often a single point of failure, today hyperscale cloud companies and large enterprises are increasingly building redundancy into their applications and computing infrastructure.
Hyperscale cloud companies and Fortune 100 enterprises need a data center footprint in Northern California. The problem is that data center supply in Northern California is constrained, real estate and power costs are high, and there is an overhanging risk of earthquakes.
As the transformation to digital commerce and mobile devices continues to drive business, the requirements for more processing and storage capacity, as well as bandwidth, continue to expand to meet the rising demands.
Learn the industry secrets for different data center and colocation services pricing models so you know exactly what you’re getting. Learn the unbiased details on pricing models, including the right questions to determine the best options for your company.