For the data center industry, when it comes to renewable energy we need to follow the principle we learned in our Intro to Economics class – caveat emptor or “let the buyer beware.” In this week’s Voices of the Industry, Phillip Sandino, Vice President of Data Center Operations at RagingWire Data Centers, examines how data centers can improve their renewable energy usage.
There is no question that the data center market is booming. And client expectations are changing as well. Brian Mattson, Vice President of Construction at RagingWire Data Centers, analyzes how to accelerate the pace of modern data center construction while staying under budget and improving quality.
Leading data center providers have begun building larger data halls, citing construction economics and the need to compete for larger deals.
Our DCF Executive Roundtable discusses trends in cloud computing and the trend toward customer adoption of multiple cloud platforms.
Our DCF Data Center Executive Roundtable addresses the need for continuing innovation in data center electrical design and infrastructure.
What’s driving the consolidation in the data center industry? Our DCF Executive Roundtable panel weighs in on the trends behind the deals, and what lies ahead.
In our Data Center Frontier Executive Roundtable for the Second Quarter 2017, we ask industry executives how to eliminate data center downtime like the recent outage at British Airways.
Bruno Berti, Director Product Management, at RagingWire Data Centers, shares why Interconnection has become a major component of the wholesale data center colocation strategy.
The facility tour is a a staple of the data center business. The RagingWire CA3 facility in Sacramento represents perhaps the ultimate example of a data center optimized around customer tours.
The Northern California data center market is one of the biggest in the world, including Silicon Valley and the Bay Area. James Leach, VP of Marketing at RagingWire Data Centers, explores options for saving money on power, people, and real estate.