There is one thing the industry knows for sure. Data center energy usage has been on the way up — for years — and there are certainly no signs of this trend stopping. The priorities have become: No. 1, delivering lower emissions; and No. 2, the option of longer run times and fast-start natural gas generators. INNIO highlights in a new white paper how growing data center electricity demand has paved the way for a new generation of data center energy strategies.
A call for an experienced data center solutions sales exec in San Francisco. An MEP Commissioning Manager position in the biggest data center market in the country — Northern Virginia. A need for a data center mechanical engineering specialist in Costa Mesa, Calif. These are just a few of some of the best opportunities on the Data Center Frontier Jobs Board this month.
In this edition of Voices of the Industry, Jason Green, Chief Technical Officer at Element Critical, explores the concept of de-commmoditizing data center solutions and services, and the need for structure and infrastructure that’s specifically designed for individual colocation customers.