Before the COVID-19 pandemic ushered its first breath, the National Science Foundation (NSF) was putting together a report calling for a focus on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education to meet the needs of a digital first world.
A new report by Deloitte says that women in tech continue to chip away at the glass ceiling with double-digit gains made in leadership roles.
In today’s digital-first world, data centers have become a modern quasi-public utility as their infrastructure -- as much as water, gas, and electricity -- provide the support needed to successfully navigate daily life.
“Access to digital infrastructure is now as essential as any other infrastructure for most of humanity,” Jim Connaughton, CEO at Nautilus Data Technologies, told Data Center Dynamics.
The world’s digital transformation has led to dire warnings that the information and communications technology (ICT) industry’s appetite for energy consumption would grow uncontrolled like the classic horror film creature, The Blob.
Network technicians installing and managing fiber cabling in data centers would be wise to take a page out of the “Ghostbusters” playbook: “When it comes to crossing the streams … be careful!”
It has been almost 40 years since the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) helped develop the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model as a basic framework to describe the functions of a networking system.
If you are new to the data center industry, then it can sound like your tech folks are speaking a different language when it comes to your infrastructure.
“The data center industry can be complicated to get a grasp on. Part of the reason for that are the terms and lingo,” says the experts at datacenterHawk.
Google has an estimated 60+ data centers spread around the globe and keeps growing with industry analysts saying Google opened new data centers in 2020 despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a cybersecurity landscape that experts say is changing at a dizzying pace, Google has developed security as a culture to protect its sensitive data.
This week the companies in Hexatronic Group are participating in Climate Action Week. Our goal is to contribute to a more sustainable society by taking a holistic approach to sustainable development. As a global player in fiber expansion, we play an important role in the impact of current and future connectivity infrastructures. We want our actions now to contribute to a more sustainable society in the future.