This is the first entry in a four-part Data Center Frontier special report series that explores how forefront Gallium Nitride, or GaN technologies, are showing significant benefits for data center refreshes. This first article sets the stage and discusses the state of today’s data center in regards to efficiency and data center design, including inclusion of more power-efficient solutions.
The data center is not dead. However, the data center has indeed changed as providers adapt to support the hybrid cloud. Bill Kleyman offers some best practices for hybrid cloud adoption.
Data lakes are centralized storage and data repositories that allow you to work with a variety of different types of data. Bill Kleyman looks at why data lakes matter, and how you can use them in your business.
By 2025, “smart” will become the new normal, according to IDC. In the age of smart devices and applications, interactions with data – and data centers – will become a part of everyday life.
How are companies making decisions about edge computing? Bill Kleyman looks at four real-world use cases of companies using edge strategies to save money and improve their delivery of mission-critical products and services.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming part of our everyday lives. Bill Kleyman looks at the architecture behind AI, and how you can tap its power to solve IT problems and improve your business.
New parents are leveraging apps and data analysis to provide insights on their baby. New dad Bill Kleyman looks at the power of data for groggy parents, and how to secure it.
Several companies are advancing the use of Gallium nitride (GaN) in power conversion equipment, which some believe has the potential to bring greater efficiency to data center power distribution
We’ll soon become a persistently connected society. Bill Kleyman examines how companies can meet their responsibilities for handling of personal data amid the explosion of data creation and storage.
Many DevOps solutions are born in the cloud, but there’s still a lot of development that’s totally terrestrial. Bill Kleyman looks at the areas where DevOps and the data center meet, and how both teams can benefit from working effectively together.