Join Rich Miller and a group of industry experts, including Joe Capes of LiquidStack, on August 26 for an informative webinar on liquid immersion cooling.
As the world confronts the growing urgency of the climate crisis, top cloud computing companies are stepping up their efforts to lead the transition to a cleaner economy. Here’s a look at the next phase of the cloud sector’s climate impact.
Facebook announced a series of major investments in water conservation as it confirmed plans for an $800 million data center campus in Mesa, Arizona. The project had brought national attention to the data center industry’s stewardship of scarce water resources in drought-stricken areas.
ITRenew, which decommissions data centers and recycles IT assets, is working with Vapor IO to offer pre-owned hyperscale hardware to edge computing customers at five locations around the country.
Chiller and cooling technology that was state-of-the-art fifteen years ago can still handle the growth in server rack heat density seen today, but it demands wasteful power and water consumption. A new white paper from Nortek Data Center Cooling outlines a path to data center sustainability that balances power and water utilization.
Each month Data Center Frontier, in partnership with Pkaza, post some of the hottest data center career opportunities in the market.
The data center industry is rushing to find cooling technology solutions that address both power and water sustainability issues. This white paper from Nortek Data Center Cooling outlines a new path to sustainability.
What comes next after diesel generators? We dive into the future of backup power, as data center operators are test-driving fuels using vegetable oil and forestry byproducts, fuel cells powered by hydrogen and natural gas, and large lithium-ion batteries.
By delivering on its sustainability commitments, Aligned has added $250 million in expansion capital, expanding its sustainability-linked senior credit line to $1.25 billion.
Microsoft has outlined a vision to run its Azure “planetary computer” and its 4 million servers using entirely zero-carbon sources, including hourly matching of renewable energy.