New York City remains a top market for data centers. A special report from Data Center Frontier explores how the Greater New York data center market is gaining traction and becoming more stable.
The New York/New Jersey data center market has begun to stabilize, as leasing has gradually absorbed vacant space. The region has recently seen new entrants, and some providers are seeing signs of a rebound. Download the new special report from Data Center Frontier and Digital Realty that explores how the New York/New Jersey data center market is changing.
The Boston data center market is seeing increased demand driven by Big Data analytic and high performance computing companies. Rich Miller, Editor in Chief of Data Center Frontier, teaming up with datacenterHawk have created this free comprehensive guide to help you find the best data center space and partners in the Boston Data Center Market. Download it today.
Liquid cooling isn’t just for servers and data center racks any longer. Now, learn about specific use-cases revolving around cooling GPU cards like the NVIDIA Tesla K80!
Your data center needs a better way to cool off. Now, liquid cooling technologies can take the heat off of your data center and introduce next generation levels of optimization.
Cloud, big data, and high density computing are all changing data center and server requirements. Learn about revolutionary liquid cooling methodologies designed for next-generation workloads, supporting modern business use-cases.
Silicon Valley is one of largest and most important data center markets in the U.S. Rich Miller, Editor in Chief of Data Center Frontier, teaming up with datacenterHawk have created this free comprehensive guide to help you find the best space and partners in the Silicon Valley Data Center Market. Download it today.
Improving data center energy efficiency is an important goal. There are a variety of complex business and technical issues which interact that can affect the design, as well as the present and future operating conditions over the operating life of the data center.
ASHRAE standard 90.4 may increase the cost of preparing documentation during data center design, and could limit innovation by hyperscale pioneers by having local build departments reject or limit their future design options. Learn more in this Data Center Frontier Special Report.
There are multiple issues related to controlling the air intake temperature that reaches your IT equipment. This article from the Data Center Frontier Special Report on the Evolving Data Center Cooling Standards offers advice on airflow management.