DataGryd recently began developing 5 megawatts of new data center capacity at the iconic 60 Hudson Street carrier hotel in Manhattan, hoping to capitalize on demand for low-latency edge computing services.
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As demands on data centers, like required increases in compute output and storage size grow, so too does the need to better plan for the unknown. However, adding capacity to meet future compute needs can be expensive, and enterprise workloads are not always predictable. Download the new white paper from Server Technology Inc., which explores how to increase data center density and capacity without increasing risk.
Early planning is critical in data center deployments, and all key stakeholders should have a chance to give input. In this this edition of “Voices of the Industry,” Samir Shah, Chief of Staff at BASELAYER, covers three of the top considerations when adding data center capacity.
A data center is an interconnected system with thousands or, in some cases, over a million pieces of equipment from hundreds of vendors. With what-if analysis done right, you can quickly derive the insights you need to quickly provision and manage resources for the needs of dynamic IT architectures.
There are solid signs of a recovery for the Greater New York data center market, which is about to get new supply as DataGryd completes an expansion at 60 Hudson Street.
Data center leaders are looking for new ways to deploy edge capacity for their facilities. Here’s what you need to know. First in a series on edge computing for executives.
Join Rhonda Ascierto,Research Director, Datacenters & Critical Infrastructure at 451 Research, Tim Healy, Director, Reliabilty Engineering – Critical Infrastructure at Comcast Cable, and Joe Keena, Manager – Data Center Operations, UF Health Shands as we discuss KPI drivers play a significant role in the adoption of DCIM software to optimize data center capacity utilization. Register […]
Aligned Data Centers hopes to bring cloud-style pricing and hyperscale-level efficiency into the multi-tenant data center sector. ITs approach is focused on the supply chain and solving the data center capacity management challenge.
Emerging “gig economy” workforce platforms require the rapid movement of data across the globe, as databases keep track of a growing universe of devices, workers and locations.
The speed of disruption and the current data surge cycle continues to demand transformation in the data center industry. The response to these demands bring prefabricated modular (PFM) data centers to the arena – delivering low-risk, high-value implementations with the added benefits of faster delivery and easier on-site assembly. Download the new white paper from Vertiv provides clarity on the specific benefits that PFM data centers can offer to the future of the data center industry.