Key Steps to Obtain Better Geophysical Data Analysis and Operations in Data Centers

Key Steps to Obtain Better Geophysical Data Analysis and Operations in Data Centers

Oil and Gas Companies Require Fast Access to Seismic Data, State-of-the-art Data Center Services, and Robust Networks

Learn how today’s CIOs are efficiently obtaining top-tier infrastructures, high server densities, and ample storage capabilities through every stage of geophysical data analysis.

This executive report addresses several key challenges facing today’s oil and gas CIOs, including how to gain access to robust, interconnected data centers while also reducing capital and operating costs.


Successfully Handle the Data Overload Generated By Geo-statistical Software

Competitive pressure to locate new sources of oil and gas has produced powerful IT innovations and a subsequent data explosion. As geo-statistical software evolved and became more sophisticated, the resultant data has increased exponentially. Now this data is vastly more difficult to manage with conventional computing hardware and standardized IT environments found in most company-owned data centers.


Solutions Exist that Specifically Address Oil & Gas Industry Challenges

Today’s oil and gas CIOs require efficient ways to handle big data, real-time data connections, fast connectivity to business partners and customers, and a myriad of other data-related issues. More and more IT leaders are successfully establishing interconnected data centers with the right level of power, cooling, and security. Learn how your company can solve the key challenges plaguing oil and gas IT departments by reading this report.


About the Author

Scott Brueggeman is Chief Marketing Officer of CyrusOne. His responsibilities include worldwide strategic marketing, branding, public relations, inside sales, social media, and advertising.

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