As the modern IT environment continues to evolve in scope and complexity, organizations face critical challenges around IT asset discovery and management. Get the report that explores how an automated and comprehensive look at an organization’s IT assets saves time, reduces risks, maximizes resources, and more.
In this edition of Voices of the Industry, JP Laqueur, Senior Vice President of Marketing at DataBank, examines how Web 3.0 has created the need for a strong Digital Asset Allocation strategy.
Are we making more data than we can manage? That’s the question Rich Miller tackles on the new Data Center Frontier Show podcast, including a look at the potential role for next-generation tech that stores data in DNA and holograms.
Microsoft is working on new storage technologies to house massive amounts of data in DNA and holograms. These storage technologies could disrupt how data centers are designed and operate.
The pandemic has boosted sales of hyperscale hardware, especially custom servers and storage from ODM vendors and Open Compute specialist Inspur, according to new data from Synergy Research Group and IDC.
The most common UPS topology currently used in the industry is double conversion; nevertheless, most UPS suppliers have introduced Eco Modes of operation to further increase the levels of efficiency of the UPS. Download the new paper from Vertiv, which analyzes potential drawbacks of Eco Mode types of operation, further highlights elements to consider when using these modes of operation, and gives a review of field results for technologies like the Liebert Trinergy Cube UPS and more.
With an uninterruptible power supply (UPS), you have made a significant investment in power protection for your operations, so it doesn’t make sense to risk that investment on batteries that may not work when needed most. This white paper from Vertiv highlights the critical role of the battery within single-phase UPS systems and discusses the options for ensuring power and business continuity, especially as IT networks increase in size and complexity and/or become more dispersed.
DataGryd recently began developing 5 megawatts of new data center capacity at the iconic 60 Hudson Street carrier hotel in Manhattan, hoping to capitalize on demand for low-latency edge computing services.
Data centers are critical to the operation of travel companies, who require global access to real-time data. Uptime is crucial, and the financial and operational cost of downtime is high.
In security and privacy, the big event of 2018 was the arrival of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). So why are so many reporting that they’re still not compliant -and may never be?