What were the best education resources for data center professionals this year Here are the 10 most popular data center white papers of 2021 at Data Center Frontier, ranked by number of reader downloads.
As 2021 draws to a close, who better to turn to for advice on how to handle the changing business landscape than the data center industry’s leaders? Here are the top 10 most popular Voices of the Industry columns published by Data Center Frontier for 2021.
Our Executive Roundtable for 4Q 2021 explores four topics: the outlook for hyperscale computing in 2022, trends in enterprise IT spending, the key themes in data center cooling, and the potential impact of “metaverse” technologies on the data center industry.
Whatever form they take, metaverse technologies are bound to be resource-intensive applications. We asked our Roundtable experts to put on their futurist hats and explore what the metaverse might mean for digital infrastructure.
Water scarcity has focused attention on the volume of water required to cool thousands of servers. How will data centers adapt to this challenge? Our expert panel discusses the key themes in data center cooling and sustainability as we enter 2022.
Will the recovery in enterprise IT spending continue into 2022? Our Executive Roundtable discusses what to look for in digital modernization, hybrid IT and cloud repatriation and how these trends may impact demand for data centers.
The rapid growth of hyperscale computing is poised to continue in 2022, but supply chain performance will matter. Our Executive Roundtable features expert takes from EdgeConneX, Aligned, Iron Mountain Data Centers, Data Aire, Sabey Data Centers, Nortek Data Center Cooling, and Infrastructure Masons.
October was the busiest month ever for audience growth at Data Center Frontier, reflecting growing awareness of digital infrastructure. Here are the 10 most popular stories on Data Center Frontier in October 2021.
As the data center industry grew from 10MW to 100MW buildings the last five years, mechanical designers sought more cooling capacity, but with better efficiency and smaller footprints. Kris Holla of Nortek Data Center Cooling discusses CoilWalls and Fan CoilWalls, two new innovations in data center cooling that address these challenges.
Chiller and cooling technology that was state-of-the-art fifteen years ago can still handle the growth in server rack heat density seen today, but it demands wasteful power and water consumption. A new white paper from Nortek Data Center Cooling outlines a path to data center sustainability that balances power and water utilization.