Should you still be in the data center business? That’s the first question asked in a new report from QTS that explores the risks of the on premises data center, and the growing number of colocation offerings available.
Lead-acid batteries have been the go-to for default backup power for uninterruptible power supplies (UPS). But the tides may be turning with the growing popularity of lithion-ion batteries. A new report from Vertiv explores how the lithium-ion battery has reached a stage of maturity that is can be considered as a viable replacement for the lead-acid battery in UPS applications.
Demands for data volumes and data rates are growing at a never-before-seen pace. A new white paper from Panduit explores how the data center fiber optic networking infrastructure requirements need to change and evolve to meet current and future demands for data volumes and data rates, which are only going to continue to grow.
Today, enterprises need easy access to all of the bits, bytes and packets flowing through a network. And providing this accessibility is a critical piece of network design, says a new white paper from Garland Technology. The paper provides a networking user guide for Networks TAPs or traffic or test access points.
Pushing the limits. This, according to a new white paper from Panduit, is going to be what moves network performance into the next era. A new report from Panduit explores how a fiber-optics solution can increase flexibility, agility, scalability, ease of deployment and more.
Today, there are two opposing approaches to network connectivity: SPAN ports vs. Network Test Access Points or Traffic Access Points (TAPs), which were first engineered in the 1970s. Which are you using? That’s the question a new whitepaper from Garland Technology asks. The report is an in-depth look into network visualization access.
The growth of hyperscale computing has major implication for data center service providers, driving segmentation within the service provider universe. This excerpt from a recent Hyperscale Data Center report highlights the implications of major growth of hyperscale computing for data service providers, as well as the future of hyperscale.
Within the Silicon Valley market, Santa Clara has emerged as the prime location due to power pricing from the municipal utility, Silicon Valley Power. This post, part of a new Data Center Frontier Special Report, takes a look at the current business environment in Silicon Valley for data centers, including disaster risk, power cost, incentives and more.
New kinds of demands are requiring modern organizations to rethink their data center environment. That’s according to a new report from DataAire that explores how to use environmental management solutions to build more sustainable, resilient and efficient data centers.
A new report on Hyperscale Data Centers, courtesy of Iron Mountain Data Centers, explores how hyperscale computing has changed the supply chain for digital infrastructure, and how this computing shift will evolve. This excerpt dives into the impact of hyperscale computing.