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The Death of ‘Fly-Over’ Data Hubs: How Data Center Capacity Pushes for New Horizons

2024-06-13T09:27:17-05:00

As stories about AI, ML, HPC and the like continue to flood our news and social channels, this will come as a shock to no one: Data center absorption is up. Now, it seems like space and power is snapped up about as soon as it can be deployed thanks to the race to carve out space in the next era of intelligent tech.  In fact, CBRE’s 2024 Global Data Center Investor Intentions report notes that this rapid uptake is made even more complicated by power distribution constraints and supply chain delays for transformers, circuit breakers and other electrical components. Not to mention, long construction timelines are adding pressure too. [...]

The Death of ‘Fly-Over’ Data Hubs: How Data Center Capacity Pushes for New Horizons2024-06-13T09:27:17-05:00

Get the Inside Scoop on Interconnection and Capacity from Our President and CEO

2024-05-23T10:58:02-05:00

Those that have been keeping up with our recent content know that we’re particularly interested in the industry dynamics and challenges around capacity. In an AI-dominated world with power-hungry applications and huge capacity demands, where and how are data centers sourcing these mission-critical resources? Furthermore, as businesses become more mobile and agile, and as footprints grow and new endpoints must be reached, the role of interconnection has become equally as critical. How can organizations find their rich connectivity hubs — and how can providers deliver ecosystems that unlock new value for peers? (To learn more about these two topics, don’t miss our recent blogs: New Peers, New Opportunities and Data [...]

Get the Inside Scoop on Interconnection and Capacity from Our President and CEO2024-05-23T10:58:02-05:00

AI, ML and More Are Losing Out in Capacity Shortages

2024-05-09T10:41:15-05:00

There’s no denying that advanced applications like Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and High-Performance Computing are having their heyday. Groundbreaking use cases from these intelligent platforms are enabling businesses and teams around the world to enhance resilience with predictive maintenance, personalize customer experience and a whole lot more. Within this single article alone, we see IBM outline a whole new world of opportunities for healthcare, education, manufacturing, energy and beyond — but there’s another side to this coin.  The ‘AI’s resource demands are huge’ discussion is nothing new. In fact, the staggering data, energy and space demands created by generative AI and these other innovative systems have become somewhat of a [...]

AI, ML and More Are Losing Out in Capacity Shortages2024-05-09T10:41:15-05:00

New Peers, New Opportunities: A Peek into the IX Ecosystem

2024-04-30T09:59:16-05:00

Since the dawn of the internet’s astounding connection capabilities, the world has opened up in new and previously unimaginable ways, paving new inroads for innovation and collaboration. Yet, since the advent of this world wide web, it’s had its foibles too. Yes, the internet and the connectivity that creates it is full of eccentricities (and in worse cases, pitfalls) that seem to intensify as demands on connections grow. A perfect digital world is unattainable — but what is the closest you can get to having control in an unpredictable world? How close can an organization get to perfect interconnection?   We think it’s safe to say that for those ideal outcomes, [...]

New Peers, New Opportunities: A Peek into the IX Ecosystem2024-04-30T09:59:16-05:00

Data Center Gridlock: Power and Where to Source it

2024-04-08T16:55:34-05:00

Around every corner of today’s data center market, statements about capacity shortages and a lack of available power abound. Those in the know have noted that, despite banner years of data center growth, a lack of space and power will likely constrain the future. At the same time, this challenge is only being exacerbated by new, compute-intensive applications from AI, which continues to grow at an astounding rate, gobbling up more capacity than ever before. In fact, the advent and adoption of generative AI is expected to catalyze a massive rise in global electricity consumption in the near future — estimates showed an increase of 60% just by 2023. The [...]

Data Center Gridlock: Power and Where to Source it2024-04-08T16:55:34-05:00

1623 Farnam’s Eric Flock Appointed as VP of Infrastructure and Facility

2024-01-30T12:27:45-06:00

Shortly following 1623 Farnam’s recent news regarding the appointment of Bill Severn as CEO and President, the company is eager to share yet another strategic leadership announcement: Eric Flock has been promoted to Vice President of Infrastructure and Facility. Originally serving as 1623 Farnam’s Operations Manager, Flock joined the team back in 2015. Since then he has not only brought extensive knowledge and expertise of the wider telecommunications and data center industry to the team, but also cultivated a deep understanding of 1623’s own operations and growth trajectory. These assets and experiences position him well for success in his new role. Leveraging more than 15 years of experience in critical [...]

1623 Farnam’s Eric Flock Appointed as VP of Infrastructure and Facility2024-01-30T12:27:45-06:00

1623 Farnam Appoints Bill Severn as CEO and President

2024-01-17T09:29:35-06:00

1623 Farnam, a regional leader in network-neutral edge interconnection and data center services, announces the appointment of Bill Severn to the position of CEO and President of the organization. As a long-time industry leader, Severn has played a key role in 1623 Farnam’s technological acceleration and ongoing growth since 2019 as Operating Partner for parent company BERKS Group. Most recently, Severn spearheaded a 3MW power deployment, expanding capacity at 1623 Farnam to support advanced hyperscale peering and colocation demands today and in the future. “I’ve had the pleasure of working within and supporting the 1623 Farnam ecosystem for more than five years now, and I am proud to take on [...]

1623 Farnam Appoints Bill Severn as CEO and President2024-01-17T09:29:35-06:00

2024 and the New Era of Connectivity

2024-01-16T12:13:05-06:00

Connectivity is a hot topic with lots of exciting advancements on the horizon for 2024. The landscape of digital connectivity is likely to be shaped by several key technologies and trends including: peering’s growing momentum, CDNs connectivity, digital transformation demands and digital platform and diversification.  As these trends unfold, it's essential to stay informed about technological developments and regulatory changes to understand how connectivity will shape the future. For the whole scoop, check out this feature article from The Fast Mode, written by our own CEO and President, Bill Severn.

2024 and the New Era of Connectivity2024-01-16T12:13:05-06:00

1623 Farnam Deploys Three New Generators, Adding 3MW of Power to Support Expanding Hyperscale Peering and Colocation Demands

2024-01-09T08:23:57-06:00

1623 Farnam, a regional leader in network-neutral edge interconnection and data center services, is excited to announce the completion of its generator deployment project. This deployment, which began in June 2022 with the design of the custom noise-canceling enclosures, now ensures the rich hyperscale connectivity and peering ecosystem at 1623 Farnam can benefit from three additional megawatts of usable power. 1623 Farnam has been experiencing ongoing expansion within its high-value hyperscale peering ecosystem. The ecosystem, which features major technology leaders and robust regional hyperscale construction is also demonstrating increased demands for robust connectivity from more than 60 carriers. This data center and IX site sits in a strategic, centralized spot [...]

1623 Farnam Deploys Three New Generators, Adding 3MW of Power to Support Expanding Hyperscale Peering and Colocation Demands2024-01-09T08:23:57-06:00

New Omaha IX Video Podcast Series Aims To Demystify Peering

2023-10-05T15:27:45-05:00

We’re not shy when it comes to shouting out 1623 Farnam’s biggest assets. Being centrally located in Omaha, Nebraska, in the middle of the U.S. (and at the confluence of major fiber lines) automatically gives our carrier-neutral, 80,000-square-foot data center distinct connectivity advantages — but we don’t stop there. At our interconnection facility, we know the power of connectivity, which is why we’ve built a robust ecosystem that includes 60 carriers — and a whole lot more. A major part of that ecosystem is Omaha IX, our privately owned and managed on-site Internet Exchange. Many of our partners, including ISPs, carriers and content providers, have leveraged peering at the Omaha [...]

New Omaha IX Video Podcast Series Aims To Demystify Peering2023-10-05T15:27:45-05:00
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