Facebook’s growth and the industry’s approach to sustainability were the hot topics for September for readers of Data Center Frontier. Here are the 10 most popular stories in September 2021.
An in-depth look at the latest trends impacting the world of data centers and cloud computing.
Here’s an update on key trends for 2021: A recap of our Data Center Executive Roundtable, featuring expert insights from executives at Vertiv, Infrastructure Masons, Sabey Data Centers and Kohler Power Systems.
Our data center roundtable looks at the technologies that can drive long-term sustainability for the data center industry – including hydrogen, which was mentioned by several of our experts.
If “software is eating the world,” what does that look like for the data center industry? The DCF Executive Roundtable looks at how “software-defined everything” is changing the game.
Recent weather-related disasters and climate considerations are prompting some changes in data center operations (including cooling) but our Roundtable is split on whether site selection will change much.
How serious a problem are the semiconductor shortage and the challenges facing the data center supply chain? Our DCF Data Center Executive Roundtable experts from Vertiv, Sabey Data Centers, Infrastructure Masons and Kohler Power Systems weigh in.
Yondr Group will develop renewable energy projects to support its data center campuses, a move that will help its customers reduce their environmental impact. The company is planning $2 billion in data center development across the Americas.
Facebook is pursuing a massive expansion of its data center infrastructure in Oregon, prompting developer QTS Data Centers to seek approvals for more renewable energy for its new campus in Hillsboro.
Despite a growing focus on environmental sustainability, most data center operators are still not measuring their water or carbon impact, according to new survey data from Uptime Institute.
Chuck Kuhn has become an active player in the data center real estate market in Northern Virginia, and his JK Land Holdings is now expanding its business to other leading North American data center markets.