Our Data Center Frontier 2021 forecast was popular with our readers in January, but there was also strong interest in record cloud leasing in 2020, land deals in Virginia market, and news about sustainability and climate strategy.
Schneider Electric is a global name in the power management sector. They have worked with a variety of data center providers to ensure they are operating at peak power efficiency. Schneider Electric is an active player in the Open Compute Project, pushing the envelope for rack and power equipment design.
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Russell Senesac, Director of Data Center Strategy at Schneider Electric, explores how to address distributed IT management and the tools available today.
Carsten Baumann, director of strategic initiatives and solution architect at Schneider Electric, explores the role of edge computing in handling today’s big data explosion in the manufacturing sector.
Wendi Runyon, VP of Strategy and Innovation at Schneider Electric, takes a look at data center management through the lens of analytics and the power of the cloud.
Data center startup EdgeMicro is the latest in a series of ventures targeting the market for edge computing, and plans to roll out more than 500 micro data centers at cell towers.
At the 7×24 Exchange, Facebook disclosed two arc flash incidents at its data center in Sweden, and how its post-event analysis headed off other potential incidents.
DartPoints, which launched in 2014 with an ambitious vision to build a national network of micro data centers, is planning facilities in five new markets.
Schneider Electric and Emerson Network Power are actively engaging with the Open Compute Project, introducing racks, power equipment and even new business units designed to build upon the community’s progress.
Modular design and lean construction methods are playing a major role as the data center industry expands in new places. As data moves to the edge of the network, data centers are being right-sized to fit the demands of these new markets.
Keystone NAP’s new data center on a former U.S. Steel site in Pennsylvania uses pre-fab “building blocks” to bring data centers to new places, stacking modules three high.