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Towers news, analysis, and opinion on topics including ground-based cell towers, rooftop sites, broadcast / radio towers, and 5G towers. This digital infrastructure is also commonly known as cellular towers, cell phone towers, cell sites, mobile towers, telecommunication towers, tower masts, and wireless infrastructure.

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Data Center Fires: A Detailed Breakdown with 19 Examples

A data center employs advanced fire protection systems and implements comprehensive prevention, detection, and suppression strategies to mitigate fires.
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Cloud vs Data Center: A Comprehensive Guide

Understanding the implications of cloud computing vs traditional data center approaches can be pivotal for businesses seeking to optimize their operations.
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Cloud Networking: Next-Generation Data Center Networks

Cloud networking, a vital component of cloud computing, has revolutionized the way network services are provisioned and managed.
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Cloud Regions and Availability Zones: Explained

Cloud computing has revolutionized organizational operations by introducing key concepts such as cloud regions and availability zones (AZs).
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Digital Realty Sells Ashburn Data Center to GI Partners for $150m

Digital Realty sold its data center at 43915 Devin Shafron Drive in Ashburn, Virginia, comprising 132,280 square feet, to GI Partners for $150 million.
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Carrier Hotels: Key United States Data Center Locations

Carrier hotels, as data center buildings, facilitate the colocation of diverse networks, creating a hub for seamless connectivity and information exchange.

Data centers news, analysis, and opinion on topics including hyperscale data centers, colocation facilities, cloud service providers, and edge computing. This category also includes the latest on bare metal, cloud computing, cross-connects / interconnection, Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), servers, racks, and virtualization. Notably, a "data center" is referred to differently around the world, such as a data centre, datacenter, or server farm.

Fiber news, analysis, and opinion on topics including wholesale / dark fiber, enterprise fiber, fiber-to-the-home (FTTH), fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP), and subsea cables. The fiber optics category also includes the latest on broadband, the internet, networks, and service providers, as well as download and upload speeds.

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Private Networks: 5G and 4G LTE Wireless Connectivity

Private networks using 5G and CBRS offer fast, secure, and reliable wireless connectivity, surpassing the capabilities of 4G LTE and Wi-Fi networks.
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5G Standalone (SA): What is it? and How Does it Work?

5G standalone (SA) primarily differs from non-standalone (NSA) in the core network, where it has no dependency on the 4G LTE network.
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Internet of Things (IoT) and Blockchain Technology

The Internet of Things (IoT) and blockchain are transforming the way we communicate, opening up numerous examples of how connected devices interact.
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Cloud Computing for the Internet of Things (IoT)

Cloud Internet of Things (IoT) uses cloud computing services to collect and process data from IoT devices, and to manage the devices remotely.
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Smart City and Internet of Things (IoT) Technology

A smart city uses Internet of Things (IoT) sensors in urban cities to collect data and automate systems such as traffic, energy use, and waste management.
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Internet of Things (IoT) Edge: Computing for Devices

Internet of Things (IoT) edge computing refers to devices at the periphery of an IoT network that process data close to the point of origin.

Technology news, analysis, and opinion on topics including 5G connectivity, artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality (AR), autonomous driving, big data analytics, blockchain, Internet of Things (IoT), machine learning (ML), smart city, virtual reality (VR), and Web3. Additionally, this category covers the virtualized layer of digital infrastructure including OpenRAN, software-defined networking (SDN), network functions virtualization (NFV), and vRAN.