Amid the lingering COVID-19 pandemic crisis, the data center industry continues to boom. This month we are highlighting new data jobs in Northern Virginia, Salt Lake City, Denver and more.
A new report from Stream Data Centers highlights how the data industry company and and leaders of one of the leaders of one of the nation’s larger commercial banks joined forces as part of a comprehensive data center consolidation plan and ascertained the need for a new core build-to-suit data center that would complement its primary Tier IV data center and execute the project.
Data centers are known for large amounts of water and power usage. In fact, it takes a tremendous amount of energy and water to power and cool any data center. That’s according to a new report from Aligned Energy, that outlines how the company installed a soft water program to its fluid cooler system at its Phoenix data center to save 24 million gallons of water a year.
As demand continues to spike amid the COVID-19 pandemic, user experience is more critical than ever before. A new report from EdgeConneX outlines strategies to boost capacity, lower latency and reduce costs for network-intensive apps.
High physical density and high power density go “hand in hand” when it comes to the data center. That’s according to a new report from Server Technology that contends to maximize both without having to pay for specialty infrastructure, many data centers have found it attractive to deploy 415V 3-phase AC power to the rack.
Despite the national employment crisis, the data center industry continues to hire, with many new openings for managers and skilled staff in Northern Virginia, Montreal, Seattle and Silicon Valley.
In the new industry brief, “5G, Smart Cities, and Edge: The IOT in Our Lives,” Server Technology discusses the IoT, its relationship to Smart Cities and 5G wireless, and how IoT, Smart Cities, and 5G will require remotely managed intelligent power to deliver on the promises of better information and control, resulting in improved lifestyles and greater efficiency.
Just a few years ago, the idea of using 3-Phase power distribution at the equipment cabinet would have amazed — and amused — data center managers and employees . But today, according to a new report from Server Technology, there are several simple facts within the data center environment that have created demand for 3- Phase power in the equipment cabinet.
A new case study from QTS explores how Alvarez & Marsal (A&M) — which helps companies around the world address complex business issues to boost their productivity and performance — used integrating colocation services with business operations to increase data center visibility drives cost savings and time efficiencies.
The colocation data center is rising in popularity, and a new e-book from Sabey Data Centers explores why these have become popular alternatives to proprietary facilities for several key reasons.