“Ars Magna,” a book written in the 13th century by a philosopher named Ramon Liuti discussed AI. Then in 1956, Marvin Minsky with Dartmouth College started a workshop on the same subject. However, it was not until the 1990s when robotics, search engines, and voice recognition software advanced research on AI. As a subset of […]Read more "Insight into Data Centers and Artificial Intelligence (AI)"
The rapid progress of artificial intelligence (AI) is impacting the global data center industry in multiple ways. Colocation service providers are looking at ways to use artificial intelligence for energy efficiency, server optimization, security, automation, and infrastructure management.Read more "Data Center/ AI Stories You Might Have Missed Last Year"
With the expansion of globalization, Software-Defined Networking (SDN) is critical for enterprises to grow their networks. Especially for dynamic, high-bandwidth-type applications, SDN’s adaptability, manageability, and cost-effectiveness are ideal. With the SDN architecture, network forwarding and control functions get separated, making network control directly programmable and enabling the underlying infrastructure condensed for network services and applications. […]Read more "Telehouse Puts Data Centers and Software-Defined Networking in the Spotlight"
In various industry sectors, Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attacks are on the rise. Among roughly 73 percent of the attacked organizations, DDoS attacks targeted them twice. Simultaneously, 50 percent of targets experienced a cybersecurity data breach. As a result, Telehouse, one of the top global data centers now utilizes advanced technology to ensure their customers have […]Read more "Destruction Caused by an Increase in Complex and Costly DDoS Attacks"
Expand your colocation space as per your needs in Los Angeles and New York with Telehouse, a leading data center, hosting and disaster recovery colocation service provider.Read more "6 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT DATA CENTERS AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI)"
The design and technology requirements for colocation centers has changed dramatically. Today, a carrier-neutral colocation has evolved into a provider-neutral colocation because of specialties that businesses cannot perform in-house. Initially, the cost for data center services was high, and services were limited. However, with global deregulation and by partnering with a broader source of telecom […]Read more "Carrier-Neutral Colocation Replaced by Provider-Neutral"
Faced with extreme weather events, sound Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity planning are critical for colocation facilities.Read more "The Impact of Extreme Weather Events and the Importance of Disaster Recovery"