LiquidCool Solutions immerses server components inside a sealed chassis filled with dielectric fluid. The company is targeting the market for high-density cooling, where the growth of AI and HPC is boosting interest in liquid-cooled solutions.
The top data center stories for December 2017 centered around mergers and acquisitions that mean big shifts in the colocation industry. Read on to see what your peers were reading as 2017 wrapped up, and find all of the most popular stories on Data Center Frontier during December in one place.
Vertiv is expanding its line of UPS systems that can use lithium-ion batteries rather than traditional lead-acid batteries, offering more options for data center operators interested in new options for their power infrastructure.
The data center industry has seen growing interest from new investors and a wave of mergers and acquisitions. Four industry thought leaders discuss the importance of capital, and what it may mean in 2018.
The rapid growth of AI is contributing to the building of new services, as well as enhancing products already on the market. And this trend has direct design implications for data centers. Find out how the expanding AI industry could change the face of colocation.
ROOT Data Center announced today that it is teaming with LitBit to use artificial intelligence (AI) to monitor its backup generators, marking the first use of AI to reduce the risk of data center outages.
In this Voices of the Industry column, Patrick Quirk, Vice President and General Manager of Management Systems at Vertiv, explores the connection between upskilled employees and the autonomous data center. By combining data, connectivity and machine learning, data centers can bridge the skills gap, prepare for changing environments and loads, and eventually implement predictive capabilities.
In 2018, colo providers will try their best to innovate to integrate with customers’ cloud environments and delivery models. In this week’s Voices of the Industry, Mark W. Jobson, Director of Product Marketing for Iron Mountain’s data center business unit, discusses 2018 data center and colocation projections, and what the next year may hold for the two industries.
Data Center Frontier’s top 10 data center white papers of 2017 reveal a variety of growing data center markets, as well as interest in data center logistics such as build versus buy, containment systems, DCIM and more.
Baselayer is trying to expand its customer base and position RunSmart as a enterprise-class IoT platform that integrates and orchestrates an extensive set of data sources. RunSmart has reengineered its core datacenter infrastructure management (DCIM) platform using a microservices-based architecture. Download the recent report from 451 Research to learn more about the technology behind Baselayer’s updated RunSmart.
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