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Global Data Centers EMEA staff

London 1 Data Center is now open for business. A small, opening tour and photo call (with social distancing, of course) took place in December to commemorate the event. We also held a virtual event to showcase the data center along with a roundtable to discuss key data center and UK market...

FATH Mechatronics, peaq and NTT Global Data Centers EMEA

Data is the most valuable commodity of our time. It is the lifeblood of today’s business and commerce and this will only become more true. Humans created around 60 zettabytes of data in 2020 alone. By 2025 that figure will shoot up to 175 zettabytes. Where is all this data being stored? Data...

Shoieb Yunus

In today’s world, we see data anywhere and everywhere. Data comes in different shapes and sizes, such as video, voice, text, photos, objects, maps, charts, and spreadsheets. Can you imagine life without a smartphone, social apps, GPS, ride-hailing, or e-commerce? Data is at the center of how...

Shoieb Yunus

Undoubtedly, cloud computing is on the rise. Enterprises are adopting hybrid multi-cloud strategies to find a balance between what to keep on-premises (or in a data center) versus moving to the public cloud.    Approximately 70% of enterprise applications have...

Shoieb Yunus
e-shelter innovation lab

What should you look for in a strong network ecosystem? The most crucial aspect is that data center clients should be able to connect to cloud service providers (CSPs), their vendors and partners, and their own network assets through a private connection, without going over public Internet, on a...

Global Data Centers staff

The expansion of our Munich 2 Data Center with building B continues to move forward as the fit-out progresses. The L4 testing and commissioning process has recently started, which is commonly known as final system testing. The open colo fit-out installation is still due to be completed, but...

Global Data Centers Staff

As COVID-19 still spreads throughout the world, there is mounting evidence that the social distancing measures that public entities, private enterprises, and individuals have embraced, are having an effect on flattening the curve.  However, there is still much to learn and do, yet at the...

Vimal Kaw

From liquid cooling to lithium batteries, we take a look at some of the hottest technologies and trends that will change the way data centers are built or managed. Even as the data center industry continues to grow fast on the back of huge demand, the industry is known for its constant...

Global Data Centers staff

The London 1 Data Center continues to move forward as the fit-out progresses. Estimated time to open operations for LON1 is now summer 2020.   We are looking forward to having an additional footprint in London as we will interconnect with our five existing ...

Take Advantage of Our Cloud Exchange Neutral Strategy Cloud Connect is NTT Global Data Center Americas’ cloud exchange neutral portfolio of services, delivery private and secure connections to the major public cloud service providers, application providers (SaaS) and the enterprise...

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