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Podcast Welcome back - it's another Speaking In Tech hosted by Greg Knieriemen, Ed Saipetch and Sarah Vela. This week, Ed has taken over the podcast with this special - and shorter - episode from Structure Europe 2012 in Amsterdam.

Our special guests this week are Sam Johnston, director of cloud and IT services at Equinix, and Lane Patterson, CTO at Equinix.

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This week we discuss:

  • Equinix opens new data centre with a moat in Amsterdam
  • Power efficiences and building a data centre under sea level
  • The real market for software-defined networking
  • Extending cloud access through a WAN
  • The centre of data gravity for IT

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