Are you trying to control power utilization and efficiency? Maybe the best way to optimize energy availability is to create better data flow!
Verne Global operates data centers in Iceland, allowing them to explore new methodologies for cooling and energy management. The naturally chilly winds of Iceland provide low-cost cooling, while variable resiliency plans further reduce cost for consumers. Verne Global’s data centers are very attractive for high-performance computing (HPC) workloads, especially when it comes to resource-intensive cryptocurrency mining.
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Lisa Rhodes, Vice President of Marketing at Verne Global, shares 4 tips that forward thinking CIOs should consider when planning their data center strategies, which includes getting a power grid report card.
As more customers seek data center space without backup generators or UPS support, service providers are developing products to meet this demand. As customers grow accustomed to combining platforms and technologies, they may see a payoff in shifting non-critical applications to low-resiliency space.
Today’s CIO faces a host of challenges and new trends and energy availability and the disconnect with data. Budgets are tight and in many cases decreasing. At the same time, IT is becoming more strategic as the amount of energy and data created is exploding and the value of accessing that data in real time is continuously increasing. Much of this data must be mined and acted upon instantaneously while it is still of value, requiring the application of bigger and more powerful data centers. To learn more download this white paper.
Several wholesale data center providers unveiled plans this week to offer data halls with less backup power infrastructure than traditional data centers, which typically offer multiple levels of emergency power in the event of a utility grid outage.