By renting out the mobile facilities, it will allow operators to move data center costs from capital to operational. These modular data centers allow for customers to customize based on their needs, while giving them quick deployment and scalability.
Is renting modular data centers the future of the industry?
But with the Internet of Things on the rise, and the amount of connected devices we will see, the role of data centers might evolve into becoming more of an "operator" for the network and these connected devices. Data centers will be places for collecting, analyzing, processing and rerouting data in real-time, with demands for efficiency, max capacity and security being the main issues that operators will have to deal with.
How do you see #datacenters and their role in the future of the Internet of Things?
Is it safe? Well, it seems Comcast took their security protocols seriously when coming up with this system; two antennae per router--one for public, one for private--and by requiring Comcast customers to register devices and use their logins for the #network .
They essentially took away the need to ask, "What's your WiFi password?"
Colocation can be a great cost effective, secure and reliable alternative to handling your own IT. Small businesses benefit from the security, connectivity and reliability while still saving money and time.
Has anybody colocated their IT infrastructure and how did it work out for you?
#smallbiz #colocation #smallbusiness
- Colocation AmericaDirector of Business Development, 2000 - present
As Director of Business Development at Colocation America, Albert A. Ahdoot leads all sales efforts by intelligence gathering, drafting, and enforcing sales policies and processes, as well as implementing and evaluating new business strategies.
His thorough understanding of data center technology and efficiency enables him to anticipate clients’ needs and to position Colocation America appropriately within the very optimal technical marketplace.
One of Ahdoot’s most notable achievements came about in 2000 with his founding of his own internet marketing company, Mushoo Inc. While establishing himself as a successful entrepreneur, he simultaneously became a shareholder of UnitedLayer where he exceeded sales and marketing goals through his business development efforts.
A native of Southern California, he spends his time outside of work playing basketball or volleyball, hiking, reading tech-related publications, and supporting various philanthropic organizations.
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