Connected Cars

An illustration of an EV charging facility from Voltera, which launches today with a focus on serving customers deploying fleets of electric vehicles. (Image: Voltera)

With Voltera, EdgeConneX Brings Powered Real Estate to EV Charging

Aug. 9, 2022
EV charging specialist Voltera launches today as a spinoff from data center developer EdgeConneX, with a multibillion-dollar plan for a network of strategically-located charging...


Cooling the AI Revolution in Data Centers

May 22, 2024
Nathan Blom of Iceotope Technologies explains that by aligning liquid cooling strategies with broader business objectives, organizations can accelerate innovation, improve cost...
Oracle will be the title sponsor for the Red Bull Formula 1 racing team in 2022. (Image: Oracle)

Oracle’s Red Bull Deal Highlights the Power of Data-Crunching in Formula 1

Feb. 9, 2022
In a deal showcasing the growing importance of cloud-powered data crunching, Oracle will become the title sponsor of the Red Bull Formula 1 racing team, with plans to step up ...
The NTT Global Data Centers Americas SV1 facility in Santa Clara, Calif. (Image: NTT)

AI, Autonomous Vehicles and Crypto Drive Future Compute Requirements

Dec. 9, 2021
New technologies like artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, and cryptocurrency are driving current and future compute needs.. A new DCF special report courtesy of NTT ...
The autonomous Ford Fusion. (Photo: Ford Motor Co.)

What the Rise of the Autonomous Market Means for Edge Computing & Data Centers

Sept. 25, 2020
Brian Eichman, Director of Solution Architecture and Product Development at CoreSite, explores what the rise of the autonomous market and connected vehicle industry means for ...
Vish Nandlall, VP at Dell Technologies and board member of the Automotive Edge Computing Consortium, outlines the data requirements for autonomous cars at Edge Computing World in December. (Photo: Rich Miller)

Rolling Zettabytes: Quantifying the Data Impact of Connected Cars

Jan. 21, 2020
Autonomous cars could generate up to 5 TB of data an hour. Edge Computing World provided a closer look at how self-driving cars and the edge network will work together, and the...

The Gig Economy Drives Global Real-Time Data Movement

Dec. 12, 2019
Emerging “gig economy” workforce platforms require the rapid movement of data across the globe, as databases keep track of a growing universe of devices, workers and locations...
Waymo’s fully self-driving Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivan on public roads in Chandler, Arizona. (Photo: Waymo)

For Autonomous Vehicles, The Road Ahead is Paved With Data

Oct. 14, 2019
Autonomous vehicles are the equivalent of supercomputers rolling down the highway. We look at what the rise of autonomy might mean for data centers, edge computing and wireless...
Infrastructure Masons founder Dean Nelson speaks at the group’s member summit last year. (Photo: Rich Miller)

Dean Nelson’s Next Chapter: Family, Philanthropy, iMasons and Startups

July 11, 2019
Industry veteran Dean Nelson has departed Uber, and is starting a consulting business that will make more time for his family, philanthropy, and Infrastructure Masons.