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What do Tenants Expect in a Fit-Out? Trio of Northern California Data Center Insiders Discuss Requirements & Expectations

Feb 23, 2018

SAN FRANCISCO, CA — What do tenants expect for a fit-out? At CapRE’s Northern California Data Center Summit last week, we gathered a trio of regional data center insiders to discuss best practices for planning and managing tenant fit-outs in wholesale and colocation data centers. Below, each of the three industry leaders offered first-hand insight … Continue reading “What do Tenants Expect in a Fit-Out? Trio of Northern California Data Center Insiders Discuss Requirements & Expectations”

 

Up-Close with Equinix: How Do You Run a Data Center Safely?

Feb 22, 2018

SAN FRANCISCO, CA — James Staten is the Global Head of Market Development for Equinix. James leads the Equinix efforts to identify and activate vertical markets, and drive rich customer engagements around digital edge computing and multi-cloud Interconnection. Prior to Equinix, James was the GM & Chief Strategist for Microsoft Azure. He brings 25+ years … Continue reading “Up-Close with Equinix: How Do You Run a Data Center Safely?”

 

1000 Megawatts in 1 Month? Blockchain is Pushing the Envelope, But Not Necessarily Economically

SAN FRANCSICO, CA — At CapRE’s Northern California Data Center Summit this week, we facilitated a panel called Blockchain & Data Centers: How Blockchain and Digital Currencies are Transforming Data Center Architecture, Design & Development, and Cloud Platforms. This discussion kicked off with some remarks by Moderator Ed Kimm, Vice-President for Cloud Solutions & Strategic … Continue reading “1000 Megawatts in 1 Month? Blockchain is Pushing the Envelope, But Not Necessarily Economically”

 

Post-Data Center Summit Rundown with Kelvin Emtech’s Michel Chartier: Blockchain Still New to Northern CA, But Not for Long

Feb 20, 2018

SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Michel Chartier is President of Kelvin Emtech, a consulting engineering firm which has designed, optimized and helped clients manage critical infrastructures for more than 20 years. Chartier’s professionalism and the originality of the solutions he presents have earned him a solid reputation with large-scale clients. Chartier has visited hundred of sites, … Continue reading “Post-Data Center Summit Rundown with Kelvin Emtech’s Michel Chartier: Blockchain Still New to Northern CA, But Not for Long”

 

Q&A with Silicon Valley Power Fiber Enterprise’s Debby Barry: “Cloud Services is Not Something I Even Thought of 5 Years Ago”

Feb 16, 2018

SANTA CLARA, CA — Debby Barry is program manager of the Silicon Valley Power Fiber Enterprise, a business service offered by Silicon Valley Power (SVP), the Electric Utility of the City of Santa Clara. In 2000, SVP’s dark fiber leasing service grew out of SVP’s own communications network linking its electric substations. While the program … Continue reading “Q&A with Silicon Valley Power Fiber Enterprise’s Debby Barry: “Cloud Services is Not Something I Even Thought of 5 Years Ago””

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