Many trends – from the rising tide of digital business, IoT, and virtual reality to the increasing value of data analytics and the rise of high performance computing – dramatically increase the variability of workloads and the density demanded of the data center. Jakob Carnemark, CTO, CEO at Aligned Energy, explores how increasing and dynamic workloads require an adaptive data center.
Industry analysts such as Forrester, Gartner, and IDC offer a host of tech trends and predictions for the data center industry in 2017. For additional viewpoints of the industry, we turn to real estate advisers JLL and CBRE and their 2016-17 data center market forecast and readouts – highlighting overall findings as well as specific research on the Dallas and Phoenix markets. To learn more about the 2017 tech trends driving demands in Dallas and Phoenix download this white paper.
No industry goes untouched by the possibilities presented by digital business. According to MIT Sloan research, the companies that are adapting to a digital world are 26% more profitable than their industry peers. To learn more about preparing your company for the zettabyte era download this white paper.
New accounting rules which will affect all leases that are longer than one year – everything from real estate to data centers. Learn about these new rules and how to find the sliver lining when it comes to the data center.
In this week’s Voices of the Industry, Earl Keisling, co-founder and CEO of Inertech LLC, the data center infrastructure technology division of Aligned Energy, discusses why data center water use matters, and what can be done to make our use of this essential resource sustainable.
Earl Keisling, co-founder and CEO of Inertech LLC, the data center infrastructure technology division of Aligned Energy, discusses Data Center Efficiency at the Edge.
Our Executive Roundtable panel of six industry veterans explores how cloud demand is disrupting the market for wholesale data center space.
The evolved data center model allows you only buy the space and power you want. Where the traditional colocation model locks you into long-term contracts for power you may not use, the evolved pay- for-use model eliminates the need to forecast IT demand and provides control over capacity. As a result, you reduce waste and align your data center to the needs of your business.