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The COVID-19 pandemic continues to stretch the healthcare sector in unprecedented ways, as it shows no signs of abating any time soon. Strides may have been made in terms of vaccine development, testing, and roll-out programs, but the ripple effect of the global crisis looks set to impact the sector for many years to come.
According to Global Interconnection Index Volume 4, a recent market study announced by Equinix, Healthcare & Life Sciences in Asia-Pacific shows accelerating growth with a 48% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) between 2019 and 2023.
As providers strive to meet the emerging requirements for telemedicine and remote care, the need to build robust digital healthcare organizations has become more pressing than ever. Although conversations revolving around the matter were already gaining traction before the pandemic, the implications of COVID-19 on how current healthcare organizations are navigating the ‘new normal’ and how more patients are receiving remote healthcare around the world have brought it to the forefront.
I recently had the pleasure of being on a panel with Dr. Patrick Chia (Director for Clinical Transformation Services, Integrated Health Information Systems), Dr. Vincenzo Teneggi (Senior Director of Translational Medicine, Galapagos) and Asad Khan (Managing Director of Health & Public Service, Accenture) to discuss on the matter.
The article highlights how Equinix infrastructure help on the process of improving latency for users and companies in the video game sector, also the relevance of products like Equinix Internet Exchange and Equinix Cloud Exchange Fabric.
The place-name \"INZAI\" is increasingly popular across the world data centre industry. It refers to Inzai City, Chiba Prefecture. Major data centre operators and cloud operators around the world, such as Google, are constructing huge data centres. The builder is Equinix Japan.
The byline talks about the new multiexperience trend and how interconnection can make the difference in user experience.
Data Center Knowledge has shared an article on Google Anthos’ use cases involving colocation data centers, calling out a focus on Equinix’s recent Anthos support on its bare-metal-as-a-service platform. The article is here: Google Anthos Is Starting to Make Inroads in Colocation Data Centers.
This article reports on an interview with Maria Sundvall, Managing Director of Equinix in Sweden, around Equinix’s recent partnership announcement with Google Cloud. It discusses how this collaboration with Google increases the scope and flexibility of Equinix’s offer; according to Sundvall: “it increases our opportunities to offer the absolute best solutions to our customers”.
"With Equinix, we can operate in close proximity to many of our top network service provider partners, with access to a platform that ensures the most streamlined path between our content and our end users."
"Equinix makes everything very easy for us because of the consistency across its global platform."