Maggie Shillington

Maggie Shillington

Maggie Shillington is an analyst in the data centers, cloud and IT Infrastructure team at IHS Markit. The team produces high-quality market intelligence covering uninterruptible power supplies, power distribution, precision cooling, rack enclosures, colocation, structured cabling and service/support. Maggie joined in mid-2017 and has since been responsible for producing semi-annual reports covering the data center rack infrastructure including rack power distribution units and IT racks and enclosures.

Prior to working at IHS Markit, Maggie worked in the Chicago metropolitan area as an IT consultant with Unbound Technology, which focused on small businesses and non-profits. 

Maggie obtained a Bachelors degree in Advertising with minors in Business and Informatics from the University of Illinois and a Masters in Social Science from the University of Chicago where she studied the role of the internet and IT in developing communities. 

 


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Data Infrastructure Market Microeconomics Report - 2018

This report presents the macroeconomic forces affecting the data center infrastructure market. It highlights the current economic outlook, the percent of the population with access to the Internet, and forecasted IT spend for several regions. It also includes the outlook for the data center infrastructure market in each region.

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Enterprise & IT
Trends led by open infrastructure architectures vendors can leverage

For many traditional vendors, the market’s move to open infrastructure architecture is frightening. Many vendors see the move to open infrastructure as a driving force of the commoditization of infrastructure components. They fear customers seeking open products will only buy the cheapest IT racks or stop using products, like rPDUs. However, this fear has not materialized.

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Enterprise & IT
Upcoming Report - Data Center Power Distribution

In past years, colocation providers would cite space as the primary limiting factor in a data center. However, in recent years that primary limitation has changed to power. More efficient data center power distribution designs are becoming an even more critical element of a data center build or refresh. To support this renewed and growing interest in data center power distribution products, IHS Markit will complete the third edition of their report on this market.

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Enterprise & IT
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