The best tools are those that excel at what they are designed for, and those that are flexible enough to accommodate the occasional misapplication for something other than their intended purpose. Marc Cram, Director of Sales for Server Technology gives the case for flexible and versatile data centers and the tools that support them.
The Northern Virginia data center market is seeing a surge in supply and an even bigger surge in demand. Data Center Frontier explores trends, stats and future expectations for the No. 1 data center market in the country.
Recognize that the last line of defense in physical security between data processing and storage equipment and access by unauthorized users is a secure server cabinet. A new report from Chatsworth Products explores the potential of cabinet-level electronic access control to improve physical data security.
CoreSite asserts that to make “getting SaaS right” easier, partnering with a data center to firm up hybrid infrastructure can reap long-term benefits. A new report from CoreSite explores the challenges, opportunities and potential of Software-as-a-Service for your business.
After significant growth, Xfernet, a Los Angeles-based colocation, needed to move its facility into a 14,000 square foot data center space with shallow raised floors, low ceilings and limited footprint for new cooling equipment. Chatsworth Products’ John Thomas highlights how the California colocation achieved higher rack densities and ramped up efficiency by using new data center cooling strategies.
The deployment of 5G and the improvements it delivers in the areas of data throughput, edge computing, ultra-low latency, and efficiency is now imminent. Download the new white paper from Vertiv that explores scenarios that illustrate how some will need 5G to achieve the performance required to support adoption of the proposed use case, while others are working without 5G today but will be inherently improved by the capabilities 5G delivers.
Hyperscale growth and the promise of 5G wireless were hot topics on Data Center Frontier in February 2019. Here’s a look at the month’s most popular stories at DCF.
Clearly, machine learning can and has been used to achieve greater data center cooling efficiency. While most data centers are not yet equipped to do the same, the theory behind how machine learning can optimize cooling efficiency is fairly well understood. Sabey Data Centers’ John Sasser, Sr. Vice President of Data Center Operations, takes a look at how machine learning presents both challenges and opportunities for today’s data center cooling technology.
A new report from Server Technology, “Top 10 Concerns of Data Center Managers in 2019,” explores some of the biggest challenges and trends in data center management, as well as how to tackle these hurdles.
Colocation data centers are growing in popularity and have become popular alternatives for enterprises not looking to invest in building their own data centers, which can be a complex, costly endeavor. Today’s enterprises are turning to colocation providers for a variety of key reasons. These factors are outlined in a new report from Sabey Data Centers.