Bob Shine, VP of Marketing and Product Management at Telescent, explores how to handle and scale growing cross connects in a data center campus, using dynamic fiber cross connects.
Hot topics in May included pandemic response, sustainability, finance, and hot new hardware. Here are the 10 most popular stories on Data Center Frontier in May 2020, in order of article views.
NVIDIA has unveiled a new generation of its GPU technology designed to further shake up the world of AI computing. Here’s a look at the DGX A100 system, and what it may mean for the data center.
The amount of power used by each data center rack continues to rise for enterprise users, according to new research from AFCOM, the industry association for data center professionals.
Our 2020 podcast season kicks off with a series of shows based on DCF’s annual forecast, which we call “Eight Trends That Will Shape the Data Center in 2020.”
Intel and NVIDIA rolled out new offerings around SC19 in Denver, the annual conference for the high performance computing (HPC) community, which provides a showcase for cutting-edge hardware.
TMGcore has launched a modular data center platform that uses robots to swap high-density servers immersed in coolant fluid. The OTTO platform is the most ambitious bid yet for a “lights out ” autonomous data center.
Data center rack densities are rising, and large enterprises expect that trend to continue, according to a new report from 451 Research, which suggests a growing opportunity for specialized cooling solutions, including liquid cooling.
Cerebras Systems has emerged from stealth mode with a wafer-sized chip that completely rethinks the form factor for data center computing. The challenge: Each chip uses 15 kilowatts of power.
The rise of AI has brought more hardware to accelerate specific tasks, Our DCF Executive Roundtable discuss whether powerful new AI hardware will bring changes in data center design and operations.