An interconnected enterprise directly and securely connects its employees, partners and customers to what they need, in the right context, using the devices, channels and services they prefer. Such direct interconnectivity enables enterprises to react in real time, adapt quickly to change and leverage digital ecosystems to create new value and growth.
Businesses must accelerate digital transformation in order to remain competitive.
Launch a new digital product globally using preferred vendors, ensuring a universally high quality user experience.
Introduce compelling new customer engagement applications, linking predictive analytics to real-time fulfillment – worldwide.
Gather real-time, global insights and make your products self-improving.
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The next phase of the digital economy will exponentially increase the world’s connectivity expectations, requirements and opportunities.
Find out how forward thinking global companies are leveraging interconnection to drive value.
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This report outlines how enterprises can employ colocation networking (various connections within a colocation facility) to achieve the same cloud benefits that cloud providers, content providers and carriers already enjoy. With colocation networking, enterprises can realize superior flexibility, resiliency and cost reduction. It covers the three facets to colocation networking — Ethernet-based access, intracolocation and intercolocation — and how your enterprise can gain a competitive advantage through their implementation.
See how CDM Smith, a consulting engineering and operations company with 160 offices worldwide, turned to Equinix to transform their current architecture to create a high-performance global network. The result was significant business advantages on many levels, including performance, security and overall ROI. Read about this remarkable success story.
To drive growth in today’s ever-evolving digital economy, organizations must re-architect IT, interconnecting key service providers and end users at the point of engagement – the edge. Next generation architectures enable growth from new products and services, expansion into new global markets and acquisition of new, more digital-, social- and mobile-savvy consumers.