New technologies are driving data center energy demand, while customers seek to reducing energy consumption. Managing rapid growth and improving data center sustainability aren’t mutually exclusive goals, according to Kohler.
Global data centers must meet their customer’s growing processing and storage needs, while also making data center operations more energy efficient and sustainable. Advanced Energy explores how data centers can achieve their sustainability goals with power supplies optimized for efficiency and density.
Water is a resource we must acknowledge as finite, and we must safeguard it accordingly. Stream Data Center’s Chris Bair and Yvonne Deir share their perspectives on data center water use and how to optimize water consumption.
Sustainability has become a critical corporate value as consumers and even investors across a range of industries. Phill Lawson-Shanks of Aligned explores why sustainable data center infrastructure is critical for a sustainable future.
To meet your density outlook and stay flexible, what kind of precision cooling system can support your need to maximize server space, minimize low pressure areas, reduce costs, and reduce requirements? Eric Jensen of Data Aire explores how a scalable, flexible and efficient cooling infrastructure can meet density needs.
Without standardized sustainability metrics, it’s difficult to ensure internal alignment between design, procurement, operations, and sustainability teams. Schneider Electric proposes five categories of data center sustainability metrics that can be used to report on environmental sustainability.
Have you considered all of the available precision cooling options with your design engineer and your environmental control manufacturer? Matt Vicker, Product Development Manager at Data Aire explores how data centers can boost their ROI with one of three different types of precision cooling systems.
Tim Mirick, Chief Revenue Officer at Sabey Data Centers highlights how Washington’s hydropower and energy efficiency efforts create the perfect environment for data center sustainability.
High physical density and high power density go “hand in hand” when it comes to the data center. That’s according to a new report from Server Technology that contends to maximize both without having to pay for specialty infrastructure, many data centers have found it attractive to deploy 415V 3-phase AC power to the rack.
Aligned has matched the entire IT load of its data centers with renewable energy, as part of a holistic sustainability program spanning all parts of its operations.