To understand precision cooling for IT equipment, you must first grasp the physics of airflow in high density data center environments, Julius Neudorfer reviews the critical details in airflow physics in article featuring TechnoGuard.
The Phoenix data center market is one of the largest in the US in terms of capacity, and it’s growing at a rapid pace. A new DCF special report provides an overview of growth drivers in the Phoenix metro area.
To keep pace with business growth, many companies unintentionally create a hybrid IT infrastructure that adds complexity, costs, and risk. Eric Carter and Rob Zimmerman at DataBank examine the challenges and risks of an unintentional hybrid IT infrastructure and how to avoid them.
As data center infrastructure becomes more complex and distributed, the role of software becomes more important. Explore the evolution of data center management software, with insights from Schneider Electric.
Chris Kincaid, Senior Vice President of Development at Stream Data Centers, shares his perspective on navigating today’s market dependencies, and delivering the capacity hyperscalers need via build-to-suit data center solutions.
Leaders in the data center and enterprise space are looking at data center and connected infrastructure in a fundamentally new way. Learn how data center management for a REIT or data center provider is evolving in a special report courtesy of CBRE.
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.
When we think of sustainability in the context of data centers, the challenge can be intimidating because it encompasses so many factors that demand our attention. Phillip Marangella, CMO of EdgeConneX, celebrates the progress and commitments the data center industry has made around sustainability.
Backup generators allow critical infrastructure to remain online during outages and are critical to hospitals, data centers, airports, and water plants, among others. Kohler explores the importance of including backup power generation sources in your efforts around sustainability.
Data centers of all sizes should be aware of the how the standards for 400 Gigabit and 800 Gigabit are developing and being implemented. A new white paper from Siemon explores the factors data center owners and operators should consider when determining which path to 400G they should take.