Sherman Ikemoto, Managing Director at Future Facilities explains how simulation can help data center operators manage the accelerating pace of business, rising densities, and energy consumption.
Liquid cooling provides a pathway to more effective opportunities for energy reuse and recovery. A new special report from Nautilus Data Technologies and Data Center Frontier looks at how to sustainably meet high density cooling challenges.
The type of heat rejection system used in data center cooling can have a significant impact on the energy efficiency and sustainability of a facility. A new special report from DCF and Nautilus Data Technologies explores how to sustainably meet high density cooling challenges.
As important as PUE was in raising energy awareness, it is only a part of more in-depth conversations about data center sustainability. A new special report from Nautilus Data Technologies and Data Center Frontier looks at how to sustainably meet high density cooling challenges.
Managing high density data center heat loads is a growing challenge for data center designers and operators. A new special report from Nautilus Data Technologies and Data Center Frontier examines methods for sustainably meeting high-density cooling challenges.
When it comes to picking the right data center, the importance of density—and specifically power density—is often overlooked. Jerry Blair of DataBank takes a closer look at three critical density factors and highlights a specific density use case to show why colocation density is an important factor to consider.
In our Data Center Executive Roundtable, seven leading experts examine the latest trends in rack power density and how they impact cooling. Featuring execs from Aligned, EdgeConneX, Nortek, Iron Mountain, Infrastructure Masons, Vertiv and Data Aire.
Higher density demands a specialized cooling strategy, yet many data center operators cool the entire room rather than the equipment inside. Doug Ausdemore of Data Aire explains how higher density data centers benefit from a specialized cooling strategy.
The growing adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) poses challenges for data center design, as high-density racks of GPUs require low-latency access to massive datasets, including some in the cloud.
The amount of power used by each data center rack continues to rise for enterprise users, according to new research from AFCOM, the industry association for data center professionals.