The March Data Center Job Spotlight features a new CxA PM position in Ashburn, Va., as well as opportunities in Arizona, Colorado, and Texas. And if you are interested in heading North, there is an opening for a data center facility manager in Quebec City. Positions range from engineering and project management, to sales and commissioning.
Lithium-ion batteries are used in a variety of current consumer electronics. Now, the colocation and data center industry is taking note and discovering the possibilities of using lithium-ion batteries as backup energy sources for uninterruptible power supplies (UPS). A new white paper from LiiON outlines a variety of potential advantages of using lithium-ion batteries to both data center designers and operational engineers.
Hyperscale growth and the promise of 5G wireless were hot topics on Data Center Frontier in February 2019. Here’s a look at the month’s most popular stories at DCF.
Many looking for a well-established solution for distributing power into Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) equipment racks will turn to power strips and rack-mount power distribution units, or PDUs, to solve their data center power needs. A new report from Chatsworth Products aims to make sure you explore all the necessary factors when picking the best power strip or PDU option for your enterprise.
Most every Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) equipment rack used to store compute, storage or network equipment requires a rack-mount Power Distribution Unit (PDU) or power strip to distribute power to equipment. A new report from Chatsworth Products explores how to decide which PDUs and power strips are right for your enterprise.
A new report from Server Technology, “Top 10 Concerns of Data Center Managers in 2019,” explores some of the biggest challenges and trends in data center management, as well as how to tackle these hurdles.
Colocation data centers are growing in popularity and have become popular alternatives for enterprises not looking to invest in building their own data centers, which can be a complex, costly endeavor. Today’s enterprises are turning to colocation providers for a variety of key reasons. These factors are outlined in a new report from Sabey Data Centers.
As big data continues to explode, many more enterprises are having to make a decision: partner with a colocation provider or go it on their own, building and operating a new data center. A recent white paper from Server Technology weighs the benefits of colocation and lays out the pros and cons of both paths.
A new white paper from Aligned Energy — whose mission is in part to is to make critical infrastructure smart enough to continuously improve both its economic performance and environmental impact — offers a financial analyst update on the company led by some of today’s top wholesale cololcation providers.
A new focus on sustainability, efficiency and waste reduction opens up a wealth of opportunities to save money and use reusability to make key decisions around future data center designs, operations and processes. Download the full report, “Flexibility and Sustainability for the Dynamic Data Center,” courtesy of Server Technology, to learn more about the roles that flexibility and reusability will play going forward in making decisions around engineering future data center designs.