For IT staff, the responsibility to eliminate waste and common inefficiencies found throughout the data center is key to success. Data center managers that employ certain energy efficient strategies and technologies can make a big and measurable impact on their facilities’ bottom line. Intel’s Jeff Klaus explains how to eliminate waste and these common inefficiencies.
Find out how a successful DCIM solution deployment allows a manager to understand, manage and optimize the myriad amounts of data under their control.
The rising cost of energy and pressure for facilities to become more efficient is quickly driving data centers to adapt solutions to better manage and plan for their day to day operations. A successful DCIM solution deployment allows a manager to understand, manage and optimize the myriad amounts of data under their control. To learn more about successful DCIM solutions and how to deploy them download this white paper.
The rise of specialized computing is bringing powerful new server hardware into the data center, a trend seen in new tech from Google, NVIDIA, AMD, ARM, Intel and Microsoft.
Autonomous vehicles will be like supercomputers rolling down the highway, generating up to 4 terabytes of data per day. That could translate into massive demand for data centers and wireless infrastructure.
The consolidation in the data center industry will continue in 2017, with robust M&A activity, according to the four thought leaders on our DCF Executive Roundtable.
How has the rise of cloud computing changed the data center industry? In our Executive Roundtable, thought leaders from Intel, Digital Realty, Vertiv and Chatsworth Products discuss the cloud disruption.
The rise of artificial intelligence, and the GPU computing hardware that often supports it, is reshaping the data center industry’s relationship with power density.
The Intel DCM solution provided us with real-time and historical data center thermal maps and cooling analysis. The analysis covered not only servers and racks from different OEMs but also storage, networks, and facilities equipment. We were able to detect hotspots and cooling anomalies and find ”ghost” (underused) servers. Because Intel DCM was easy to implement, integrate, administer, and operate, this solution provided significant ROI in a short amount of time.
Intel and Barefoot Networks show off an Open Compute switch with 65 silicon photonics optical modules, creating a programmable switch with a top end of 6.5 terabits a second.