Expansion of Digital Infrastructure Makes the Headlines – Interconnections – The Equinix Blog

It is increasingly evident that the global pandemic has been a catalyst for how customers view digital transformation as a strategic business imperative. Our expansive global reach and robust interconnected ecosystems continue to attract a diverse customer set as they prioritize digital investments and embrace Platform Equinix as a point of nexus to support hybrid and multi-cloud. This wave of digital infrastructure demand and our highly differentiated value proposition are setting us up for a strong trajectory as we look to 2023 and beyond.

Here are a few recent news stories from around the globe highlighting the expanding world of digital infrastructure:

CNBC:Demand remains ‘strong and inelastic’ for our business, says Equinix CEO

Equinix CEO Charles Meyers sat down recently with TechCheck anchors Jon Fort and Deirdre Bosa to talk about Equinix’s growth momentum on the heels of Q3 earnings report and the company’s role in evolving the way businesses expand digital infrastructure.

IT News Asia: Equinix to invest US$40 million to build its first data centre in Malaysia

Equinix President of Asia-Pacific Jeremey Deutsch discusses Equinix’s expansion to Malaysia with plans for an approximately $40 million IBX data center in Johor. Through this expansion, Equinix will support Malaysian companies and multinationals doing business in Malaysia with access to Platform Equinix to bring together and interconnect the foundational digital infrastructure that powers their success.

L’Usine Nouvelle: Equinix inaugurates its most energy-advanced French datacenter

Equinix recently opened a new International Business Exchange™ (IBX®) data center in Paris, France. Part of Equinix’s Saint-Denis campus, the new site—named PA10—will be the tenth data center opened by Equinix in Paris over the course of 20 years. Multiple sustainability initiatives are planned for PA10, including a heat recovery technology project to recover energy from customer equipment and transfer it to the urban heating network, and in turn, heat the local community swimming pool.

Bloomberg Radio: Equinix CEO joins the show to discuss digital infrastructure and how it’s operating amid varying economic headwinds in tech

Equinix CEO Charles Meyers stopped by Bloomberg Radio studios in New York to speak with hosts Matt Miller and Paul Sweeny about the strong demand signal from the market, navigating a challenging macro environment, and why hybrid and multicloud is the architecture of choice for our global customers.

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