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Level 3’s Scott Wallace: Watch out for “Hair-Pinning” Public & Private Traffic

Jan 16, 2018

DALLAS, TX — A lot of colocation end-user are building hybrid solutions to take advantage of the growing public clouds. At our recent Texas Data Center Summit, we connected with Scott Wallace, Regional Director Hybrid IT Solutions, Level 3 Communications to chat about how networks are being reconfigured to support these types of evolving needs. … Continue reading “Level 3’s Scott Wallace: Watch out for “Hair-Pinning” Public & Private Traffic”

 

Texas Data Center Insiders Talk M&A Going Into 2018

Jan 10, 2018

DALLAS, TX — 2017 was a model year for investment activity in the data center space. That is perhaps best illustrated by the merger and acquisition activity filling up our newsfeeds every week. At CapRE’s Texas Data Center Summit in Dallas, which occurred just before year-end, we convened a panel of insiders from the Texas … Continue reading “Texas Data Center Insiders Talk M&A Going Into 2018”

 

The Future of Connectivity: For Every Unit of Logistical Data, Expect 8-10 Units of Traditional Data

Jan 9, 2018

DALLAS, TX — At our recent Texas Data Center Summit, we convened a panel of Dallas area insiders to discuss the future of connectivity, with a focus on the importance of flexibility to data center growth, and as well as how networks might be reconfigured as we look to the future. One insider we heard … Continue reading “The Future of Connectivity: For Every Unit of Logistical Data, Expect 8-10 Units of Traditional Data”

 

Cloud Considerations from the Public Sector: Not Your Typical Enterprise-Level Solutions

Jan 4, 2018

DALLAS, TX — A migration to the cloud is a transitional process. You don’t typically see a business easily go from an in-house data closet and pop into the cloud overnight. So is there a typical growth pattern for this process? And what if you’re not in the prvaate sector? At our recent Texas Data … Continue reading “Cloud Considerations from the Public Sector: Not Your Typical Enterprise-Level Solutions”

 

How Should Cloud Providers Address the Growth Inherent to Cloud Migration?

Jan 2, 2018

  DALLAS, TX — A migration to the cloud is a transitional process. You don’t typically see a business easily go from an in-house data closet and pop into the cloud overnight. So is there a typical growth pattern for this process? And if so, how should cloud providers address this growth? And how does … Continue reading “How Should Cloud Providers Address the Growth Inherent to Cloud Migration?”

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