Rick Crutchley, Vice President and General Manager of Iron Mountain Data Centers North America explores how the industry can thrive in uncertain times.
Tim Mirick, Chief Revenue Officer at Sabey Data Centers highlights how Washington’s hydropower and energy efficiency efforts create the perfect environment for data center sustainability.
It’s a new landscape, with challenges posed by the pandemic as well as concerns about climate change. Innovation in advanced connectivity, healthcare solutions, and energy storage offers significant opportunities to harness new ways of thinking to help your organization succeed in this fast-moving world while meeting sustainability and resiliency goals. Join Rich Miller, Bill Kleyman and other industry experts for this webinar on September 30 at 2 ET.
The data center sector’s growing focus on sustainability was on display in the EPA Green Power Leadership Awards, which honored Microsoft, Equinix and QTS Realty Trust.
Aligned has completed a $1 billion credit facility that will fund an expansion of its data center portfolio. The financing used a sustainability-linked loan structure that ties terms to sustainability metrics.
Google will power its entire global information empire entirely with carbon-free energy by 2030, matching every second of its data center operations to renewable energy sources.
The West Coast wildfires are highlighting the importance of energy security for data centers, which are pursuing a number of strategies to adapt to climate change and rolling blackouts, including on-site power generation.
Tim Miscovich, Chief Commercial Officer at wtec shares his insights on the impact of data center lighting and how your lighting plays a key role in your green data center strategy.
Switch will use new large-scale energy storage technology from Tesla to boost its use of solar energy for its data center campuses in Las Vegas and Reno. Each Tesla Megapack provides up to 3 megawatts of energy storage.
Microsoft plans to eliminate its reliance on diesel fuel by the year 2030, a decision that has major implications for its data centers around the world, many of which use diesel-powered generators for backup power.