A new white paper from Digital Realty implores businesses to take a look at how small details of how their enterprise operates can “ultimately impact a customer relationship.” The new report outlines how growing markets are impacting data center strategies, and ultimately, how the customer is at he heart of the data center evolution.
For many of today’s cutting-edge and hyper competitive enterprises, environmental stewardship and sustainability are becoming key to their business strategies. And nowhere is this more true than in the data center. A new Digital Realty white paper takes a deep look at clean energy, how to acquire it and how to craft your data center sustainability strategy.
So how can your organization move towards more sustainable practices? While there are many ways to reduce carbon footprint and energy usage, one of the most impactful strategies is to source renewable energy in your data centers. Read this white paper from Digital Realty for a deep look at clean energy, how to acquire it and what to look for in your data center strategy.
Lithium-ion batteries are used in a variety of current consumer electronics. Now, the colocation and data center industry is taking note and discovering the possibilities of using lithium-ion batteries as backup energy sources for uninterruptible power supplies (UPS). A new white paper from LiiON outlines a variety of potential advantages of using lithium-ion batteries to both data center designers and operational engineers.
Many looking for a well-established solution for distributing power into Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) equipment racks will turn to power strips and rack-mount power distribution units, or PDUs, to solve their data center power needs. A new report from Chatsworth Products aims to make sure you explore all the necessary factors when picking the best power strip or PDU option for your enterprise.
Most every Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) equipment rack used to store compute, storage or network equipment requires a rack-mount Power Distribution Unit (PDU) or power strip to distribute power to equipment. A new report from Chatsworth Products explores how to decide which PDUs and power strips are right for your enterprise.
Almost every Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) equipment rack used to store compute, storage or network equipment requires a rack-mount Power Distribution Unit (PDU) or power strip to distribute power to equipment. But, if you are unfamiliar with electrical power distribution systems or even the differences in industry jargon, selecting a PDU or power strip can be challenging. This white paper, by Chatsworth Products (CPI), presents an overview of the basics of selecting Rack-Mount Power Distribution Units and power strips.
Rack-mount power distribution units (PDUs) and power strips are a well-established solution for distributing power into Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) equipment racks. Download a new white paper, by Chatsworth Products (CPI), that presents additional considerations when selecting PDUs and power strips. It covers key concepts and features that enhance reliable power delivery and monitoring at the rack level. It concludes with resources that will help you select the right PDU or power strip for your application.
Legrand said Tuesday that it is acquiring Universal Electric Corporation, makers of the Starline busway products that provide overhead power connections for data center racks.
Jim Witham, CEO of GaN Systems, explores the top 2019 data cent power trends, and highlights new perspectives and approaches to thinking about and addressing the power needs of the diverse technology that surrounds us.