In this Voices of the Industry column, Patrick Quirk, Vice President and General Manager of Management Systems at Vertiv, explores the connection between upskilled employees and the autonomous data center. By combining data, connectivity and machine learning, data centers can bridge the skills gap, prepare for changing environments and loads, and eventually implement predictive capabilities.
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Will artificial intelligence and robotics manage the data centers of the future? At DCD Webscale, LitBit and Wave2Wave discussed new AI products to streamline data center management and address the industry’s staffing challenges.
As FORTRUST expands its Denver data center, it will use Diesel Rotary Uninterruptible Power Supply (DRUPS) from E1 Dynamics to provide emergency power during utility outages.
Active Power has introduced a flywheel UPS system that can supply emergency power for as long as a minute. It hopes the new flywheel, which spins faster than previous versions, will expand the market for flywheel-based UPS systems.
Lithium-ion batteries, which power smartphones and laptops, are now being used to keep data centers online. Forsythe Data Center near Chicago is an early adopter of Lithium-ion UPS technology.
In this week’s Voices of the Industry, Josh Moody, FORTRUST’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, discusses what startups need in a Colocation provider.
What is the impact of AI on data center cooling. Where’s the latest data center market movement in the leading colo market of Northern Virginia? And is Silicon Valley data center market gaining momentum? The top stories on Data Center Frontier in August answer these questions and more.
Restaurants are experimenting with AI and robotics to automate aspects of their operations, from ordering to preparing and serving your food.
Look up the definition of Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) from a few different sources and you’ll get different definitions from each. Herman Chan, president of Sunbird Software, explores what data center infrastructure management really means and what it entails for modern enterprises and data centers.
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.