intell 11th generation processors

Intel Launches 11th Generation Core ‘Tiger Lake’ Laptop Processors

Nine Tiger Lake configurations will be available, ranging from the dual-core Core i3-1110G4 with a 1.8GHz base frequency to the quad-core Core i7-1185G7. Some will feature the company’s upgraded Xe integrated graphics. Intel’s next-generation Tiger Lake processors, unveiled this week, will bring refined artificial intelligence processing and dramatically improved graphics performance to new premium ultraportable laptops this fall. A total of nine Tiger Lake configurations will be available, ranging from a dual-core Core i3-1110G4 with a 1.8GHz base frequency, Read more…

What is the difference between Colocation Data Center Vs Colocation Server Rack?

Colocation data center is when a data center company rents out the entire facility to another company. A colocation rack, on the other hand, is when they rent out rack space within a data center to multiple companies. The distinction is sometimes referred to as ‘wholesale colocation’ for the renting of an entire data center, and ‘retail colocation’ for just renting out a set amount of rack space within a data center. Most companies will Read more…

what are the Benefits of a Colocation Data Center?

For companies, or even individuals, who want to use colocation data center services, there are many great benefits that they can enjoy. The following are some of the most significant to be aware of when deciding if this type of service is a good option. Lower Costs – When comparing the costs of a colocation data center with the option of building your own facility, it is an obvious choice. Unless your equipment requires a huge Read more…

Why do you need Datacenter service?

Data centers generally continue to thrive as the amount of data created, stored, and exchanged continues to grow.  Large Hyperscale deployments will see the most growth as more companies leverage cloud-supported architectures.  Core infrastructure requirements for both large Enterprises and Service Providers will consolidate around regional epicenters of data center activity, however, edge-placed deployments will flourish as latency reduction becomes critical to serving population bases and IoT applications via mobile and last-mile connections. Unique data sovereignty requirements Read more…

What is a colocation Data Center?

A colocation data center is a physical facility that offers space with the proper power, cooling and security to host businesses’ computing hardware and servers. This capacity includes anything from cabinets to cages or private suites. Often, colocation providers lease space to various tenants looking for colocation services – including network providers, cloud providers, and enterprises. These tenants can then interconnect to one another within the colocation data center and do business together. This allows businesses to centralize their IT operations and create an Read more…