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Carrier-Neutral Colocation Replaced by Provider-Neutral

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. 191 more words

ALGORITHMS: SCARY SMART AND SOMETIMES JUST PLAIN SCARY

Algorithms, complex mathematical equations designed to solve problems or perform a task, automate much of the technology that makes smart cities smart, from intelligent public transportation and traffic management to smart electrical grids and water usage. 536 more words

Singapore’s Keppel Enters German Data Center Market

“Keppel is the fourth-largest data center provider in the Singapore market, currently led by the local telco Singtel, Silicon Valley-based Equinix, and London-based Global Switch, according to a recent report by Structure Research.” 11 more words

Disaster Recovery Solutions and Colocation Facilities Are Critical to Protecting the Data of Smart Cities

According to Gartner, the technology research and advisory firm, this year, an estimated 2.3 billion connected things will be used in smart cities, which includes major metro areas such as New York, London and Tokyo. 418 more words

Telehouse Global: The Impact of Technology on Higher Education

Building a Safer, Smarter and More Connected World, One Campus at a Time

Higher education directly affects social mobility and economic development on a global scale. 373 more words

Why Is Colocation Services Singapore Essential For The Growth Of The Market?

In the age of advanced technology, you can solve up your business problems in an easy way. You do not need to take any extra bit of effort to make the game set. 482 more words

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TELEHOUSE FOR TECHNOPHILES: THE BRAIN IN THE MACHINE

How Data Centers Are Using Deep Learning

Machine and deep learning, which emerged from Artificial Intelligence (AI), the theory and development of computer systems that can perform tasks normally requiring human intelligence, mimics activities in layers of neurons in the neocortex, the area of the brain where thinking occurs. 194 more words