Death of the Data Center? Hardly. The Data Center in 2019 remains a significant part of enterprise IT. 165 Halsey Street, a dedicated 1.2 million square foot data center/colocation/telecom carrier hotel offering affordable space, power and interconnection services, has released its latest e-book, “The Data Center in 2019: Hot Technologies and Trends,” now available for download.
The role of data centers continue to adapt to our world of evolving technologies. Mega data centers, such as those supporting the giants of Apple, Microsoft, Google and Facebook, continue to garner the most attention, but the corporate data centers remain firm and relevant. Today’s modern data center supports IT workloads in new and innovative ways.
“In 2019, we observe an expansion of top technologies such as 5G hybrid operations, edge data centers, next-gen equipment for monitoring, Software-Defined Networking (SDN),” explains Joseph Simone, President at Tishman Real Estate Services for 165 Halsey Street. “In 165 Halsey Street’s new e-book, we explore the top technology trends rising to the top for data centers in 2019.”
The new e-book explores the top technology trends rising to the top for data centers in 2019, such as:
- ‘Death of the data center’
- 5G demand
- Hybrid cloud
- Edge data centers
- Next gen security
- Software-defined networking
Download the new e-book here.