In addition to the massive scale requirements needed to support user activity, social media companies are also looking to hyperscale data centers for burstable power, space, network capabilities and personnel to support new innovation.
Now an autonomous car comes along and can do 150 times what a phone do? That kind of growth is going to require data center and infrastructure that can hyperscale. QTS has been a proven partner in the hyperscale landscape for over a decade. We are a provider of multi-megawatt deployments to high-growth cloud and possess a unique combination of maturity and innovation that serves as the foundation of our 5-Point Hyperscale Promise.
A new service model has emerged from an increase in IT demand: Hyperscale Service Provider (HSP). Hyperscale has come to mean a lot of things, but at its core is the ability to scale all elements of IT architecture and provision rapidly to meet demand as it increases. In this blog, QTS CTO Brian Johnston discusses the five fundamentals of an HSP.
This week, QTS Executive Vice President David McOmber joined FedRAMP director Matt Goodrich and CRSA CTO Seth Abrams on Federal News Radio’s Tech Talk to address the challenges and opportunities presented by the expansion of hybrid IT.
The IT landscape and the data center industry saw a great deal of change and innovation in 2016. No organization was immune to the impact of everything from increased cybercrime to the ever-expanding collection of big data.