Datalink rides the data center surge

Paul Lidsky, DatalinkThe data center business is booming on the strength of cloud service adoption and ambitions by more companies to get a piece of the cloud computing market. Data center infrastructure integrator Datalink (Nasdaq: DTLK) is in the middle of it all, and recently sought to grow its own footprint in the market by acquiring fellow regional data center operator Midwave. FierceTelecom managing editor Samantha Bookman recently put Datalink president and CEO Paul Lidsky on the hot seat to find out how Datalink is navigating the data center boom and what comes next for the company. Read more...

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