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  • Cellular Towers
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  • Data Centers
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  • Colocation
  • Cloud Computing
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  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Small Cells / 5G Antennas
  • Distributed Antenna Systems

The articles in our Towers section offer comprehensive insights and expert opinions on a variety of topics, such as ground-based cell towers, rooftop sites, broadcast/radio towers, and 5G towers. These structures are also known by various names, including cellular towers, cell phone towers, cell sites, mobile towers, telecommunication towers, tower masts, and wireless infrastructure.

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Top 250 Data Center Companies in the World as of 2024

The top 250 data center companies comprise a mix of cloud service providers (CSPs), retail colocation firms, and wholesale data center operators.
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Types of Data Centers: Enterprise, Colocation, Hyperscale

The five main types of data centers are enterprise, colocation, hyperscale, edge, and modular, with each data center type having unique characteristics.
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Hyperscale Data Centers: Who are the Hyperscalers?

Hyperscale data centers, operated by key companies known as hyperscalers, have emerged as the primary providers of digital infrastructure, like the cloud.
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Colocation in Data Centers: What Is It and How Does It...

Colocation is a distinct category of data center services, differing from other options in services offered, pricing, definition, and meaning.
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How Much Does it Cost to Build a Data Center?

How much does it cost to build a data center, including construction of the building and equipping the facility with power and cooling infrastructure?
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United States Data Centers: Top 10 Locations in the USA

Data centers in the United States (US) are located in Northern Virginia, Dallas, Northern California, Phoenix, Chicago, Atlanta, Portland, and New York.

Our Data Centers section provides in-depth articles, analyses, and viewpoints on topics like hyperscale data centers, colocation facilities, modular data centers, and edge computing. This section also keeps you updated on the latest developments in bare metal, cross-connects, interconnection services, servers, racks, cabinets, cages, and virtualization platforms. It's worth noting that the term "data center" may be spelled differently around the world, such as "data centre," "datacenter," or "server farm."

In the Cloud Computing category, you'll find detailed articles, insights, and expert opinions on a range of topics including public cloud, private cloud, hybrid cloud, multi-cloud, Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), cloud service models, cloud migration, cloud storage, cloud networking, cloud-native, and cloud security. This section also focuses on the key regions and availability zones of major Cloud Service Providers like Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, and Oracle Cloud.

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Top 125 Internet Providers in the U.S. for Fiber and Cable

In the United States, the top 125 internet service providers (ISPs) are led by fiber optic broadband businesses and cable companies.
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Top 200 Dark Fiber and Lit Fiber Providers in the World

The top 200 dark fiber and lit fiber providers deliver connectivity to businesses through fiber optic networks that span millions of miles globally.
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Fiber Optics: What is it? and How Does it Work?

Globally, the deployment of fiber optics has been rapidly increasing as the demand for high-speed data transmission, via optical fiber cables, grows.
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Fiber Optic Cable Installation Process: Connecting Homes

The fiber optic cable installation process, meaning connecting homes with internet service, is becoming increasingly critical and important to understand.
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Fiber Optic Network Construction: Process and Build Costs

Fiber optic network construction links together digital infrastructure ensuring optical telecommunications traffic reaches end users at the lowest cost.
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Dark Fiber: What is it? and How Does it Work?

Dark fiber serves as a robust backbone for Internet connectivity with indefeasible right of use (IRU) contracts ensuring long-term network access.

Explore the Fiber section for comprehensive articles, insights, and opinions on subjects such as dark fiber, wholesale fiber, lit fiber, enterprise fiber, fiber-to-the-home (FTTH), fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP), and subsea cables. This category also covers the latest trends in broadband, the internet, networks, wired connectivity, and service providers, as well as download and upload speeds.

Our Technology section delves into a wide range of topics, including 5G connectivity, artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality (AR), autonomous vehicles, big data analytics, blockchain, generative AI, Internet of Things (IoT), machine learning (ML), smart cities, virtual reality (VR). Additionally, this category explores the virtualized layers of digital infrastructure, featuring topics like OpenRAN, software-defined networking (SDN), network functions virtualization (NFV), and vRAN.