New Continuum Data Centers joins the Open 19 Foundation. NCDC is committed to supporting initiatives such as Open 19, that are committed to efficiency and building a community for a new generation of open data centers and edge solutions.
The evolution of blockchain applications is pushing the boundaries of compute and defining the value of that compute in different locations for different applications.
In the colocation world, for several years, many have been talking about Edge Data Centers. Indeed, companies operating in the space have often selected brand names using plays on the network “edge” and network “core” dynamics.
New Continuum joins Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), the world's largest open source blockchain initiative. New Continuum will collaborate with industry leaders in pursuit of ethereum-based enterprise technology best practices and standards.
New Continuum Launches New Website – High Density Colocation and growing climate of Edge, Blockchain, Big Data Applications
New Continuum Data Centers launches a new website. The website represents the Company’s leading edge, high-density colocation and big data service offerings and capabilities. New Continuum’s critical load has increased over 5x in the last 18 months driven by its success in high-density deployments.
High-Density Colocation is a hosted IT solution offered that allows consumers, businesses and communities to enjoy the benefits of standard colocation - but with the added advantage of increased available power in the same footprint. More power, more processing, smaller footprint - when combined with the right connectivity this results in better value to the customer and a lower total cost of ownership.
By now everyone has heard of bitcoin and cryptocurrencies and most have also heard of the term “blockchain” to describe the underlying technologies. Mainstream financial media has been covering the bitcoin craze for quite some time, and it has already made it in to the “Main Street” vernacular. In the data center industry, however, these […]
I used to think talk of corporate culture was mostly nonsense, and just a means to compel employees to do things like community service or 5k charity runs. When I looked at valuing businesses, it was something I almost entirely ignored. Now, it is something that I can’t help but focus on immediately, because I […]