Many edge computing sites could be “unmanned” or “lights out,” requiring a remote management strategy. In this week’s Voices of the Industry, Ashish Moondra, Senior Product Manager, Power, Electronics & Software, at Chatsworth Products explains white space management of Edge compute sites through a cabinet ecosystem.
The Data Center Frontier Executive Roundtable discusses the impact of edge computing and the Internet of Things, and how these trends are influencing how and where data centers are built and deployed.
Our Executive Roundtable panel examines the challenge of rapid deployment of data center capacity for major cloud computing providers, and the steps the industry is taking to meet these demands.
Our Executive Roundtable of data center thought leaders discusses how the evolution of cloud computing is changing the environment for data center service providers.
In our new Executive Roundtable, five thought leaders discuss the evolution of data center design, and how it is being shaped by cooling strategies.
In this week’s Voices of the Industry, Ashish Moondra, Sr. Product Manager Power, Electronics & Software for Chatsworth Products, discusses the four trends that are driving the intelligent PDU market.
Trying to support more users? Struggling with rack density? Check out this guide to data center optimization as it explores better data center management, improved economics, and more uptime!
In this week’s Voices of the Industry Luca Rozzoni, Senior Product Manager for Europe – Chatsworth Products explains the importance of the three phase PDU for hyper scale data centers.
When it comes to data center planning, it is much easier to prepare for the next earthquake, than to predict when it will happen. Get the full story from Sam Rodriguez, Chatsworth Products.
It is time to finally get over the misconceptions generated by the loud and misleading rhetoric regarding the superior efficiencies of close-coupled and liquid cooled server cabinet solutions, as well as the supposed limits on power densities that can be effectively cooled by air. Passive air cooling can successfully dissipate as much heat as can be generated by commercial servers that can actually fit in a 42-45 U cabinet, and in fact more than most close-coupled and liquid-cooled solutions. In addition, air-cooled solutions that rely on complete isolation between supply air and return air are more efficient than most close-coupled systems and provide access to lower data center cooling costs and energy savings.