When it comes to high power density data centers, all are not created equal. Many customers, particularly those focused on ad tech and big data analytics, are specifically looking for colocation... Read More
18 kilowatts (kW) is a lot of power.
According to eia.gov, the average US residential utility customer consumes just 1.3 – 1.8 kW of electricity. So 18 kW is about the same amount of power... Read More
The last time I wrote about SOC 2 reporting, it was still very new. I was still learning about these standards, and as a result, may not have been as exacting as you might have wanted. I also... Read More
The other day I was flying out of the Newark airport. Crushed into coach, having been awake for the last 20 hours, my neighbor and I struck up a conversation about what we did for a living. As... Read More
Bear with me. This has a point related to data centers and your business.
So the other night, I am driving home. It’s late because I work ridiculous hours. About a mile from my house, there... Read More
I think it’s fair to say that Google has done some pretty innovative things. They seem to be a smart and focused bunch of people. Not surprisingly, companies with talented, focused people... Read More
A customer recently tweeted asking us, “What is SOC 2 and what makes it better?”
In 140 characters:
SOC 2 assures clients we use systems to protect their data. It audits security, availability,... Read More
It’s been a pretty exciting weekend so far here at Internap. IT IQ has taken on a whole new meaning.
As you may have heard, at around 1:30 AM local time, Internap’s original Seattle P-NAP®... Read More
I love it when my work and home lives collide around a lesson. In my free time, I like to run. When I get the chance, I read a number of running blogs and magazines. I recently ran across an... Read More
The amount of power consumed in a modern data center is generally incomprehensible. One hundred MW (that’s megawatts) of power can operate just one Apple, Google, Yahoo! or Facebook data... Read More