In 2016, it’s critical for data center operators to move away from their comfort zone and focus on bettering infrastructure and adapting to new technologies, such as Internet of Things (IoT).

With the average U.S. data center nearing 20 years old, it’s critical for colocation providers to keep both the data center facilities and building systems infrastructure updated and ready to meet today’s demands for new technologies and forward-thinking. Today’s most robust IT environments consist of a combination of legacy, private cloud and public cloud infrastructures. A data center strategy must involve an integrated approach that accounts for all of these infrastructures, as well as align both business and IT teams.

Considering the emerging technologies that continue to change our world, our business environments, with each passing day, data centers will continue to have major relevance as they meet and exceed customer demand for these new technologies. 165 Halsey Street has released a new eBook takes a look at the latest data center trends impacting our market this year.

Download the new 165 Halsey Street eBook, “Top Trends in 2016 Affecting the Data Center” today.

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165 Halsey Street is a dedicated 1.2M sf data center/colocation/telecom carrier hotel with over 80 MW of power. The building has been operating a carrier neutral colocation business for more than 15 years,  and presently spans over 180, 000 square feet with no MRC cross connect fees and direct access to over 60 networks. Located just 13 miles from Manhattan, 165 Halsey Street is independently owned and operated and SSAE 16-certified. With 165 Halsey Colocation, there are no monthly recurring cross connect fees between customers, allowing safe, convenient and affordable interconnection. Visit 165halseystreet.com to learn more.