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Exclusive: Up-Close with Kopend Ventures’s Lee Kestler, Evolution of Data Center Industry & More

Jun 21, 2017

LEESBURG, Virginia – Lee Kestler is the founder of Kopend Ventures LLC, a Virginia-based technology consulting firm specializing in data center development. He has been successful in pioneering new business development opportunities from his days with Exodus Communications through his almost nine year run leading sales & leasing with DuPont Fabros as specialists in the … Continue reading “Exclusive: Up-Close with Kopend Ventures’s Lee Kestler, Evolution of Data Center Industry & More”

 

The Future of Data Center Cooling: Full of Risk or the Next Logical Step?

Jun 20, 2017

CHICAGO, Illinois – Over a decade ago, cooling experts and vendors started predicting that our power densities would require liquid cooling rather than cool air to maintain servers. However, the industry has enjoyed major technical advances in the efficiency of air cooling nonetheless (with liquid cooling taking on more of a niche role). However, the … Continue reading “The Future of Data Center Cooling: Full of Risk or the Next Logical Step?”

 

How Do End-Users Get Over Regulatory and Compliance Challenges when Migrating to the Cloud?

CHICAGO, Illinois – As the data industry expands exponentially and more and more end users migrate to the cloud, observers are often seeing a mismatch between regulatory requirements and compliance on one hand, and capabilities, market demands and technological advancements on the other. However, with iterations and advancements come new strategies to bridge the gap. … Continue reading “How Do End-Users Get Over Regulatory and Compliance Challenges when Migrating to the Cloud?”

 

End-User Decision Making: Third-party Colo, On-Prem, or Wholesale?

NEW YORK, New York – The data center industry hasn’t been a one-size-fits-all model for years, if not decades. Different firms are finding success managing their data in different ways, but despite advances in migration to the cloud, it may be that the Hybrid model will stick around for awhile. For example, Charles Hoop, Category … Continue reading “End-User Decision Making: Third-party Colo, On-Prem, or Wholesale?”

 

Impact of the Edge and Portland Market Growth: Q&A with EdgeConnex’s Peter Neill

PORTLAND, Oregon – CAPRE recently caught up with Peter Neill, Chief Customer Officer for EdgeConneX, a leading content, cable and ILEC provider that creates data center infrastructure to allow for instant delivery of content at the edge of the network. Neill shared his thoughts on emerging data center markets, why Portland has “arrived” as well … Continue reading “Impact of the Edge and Portland Market Growth: Q&A with EdgeConnex’s Peter Neill”

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