Despite this changing landscape and the complexities that come with it, data centers must always adapt to the new normal. Future Facilities explores how digital twin technology has helped organizations in the healthcare, aerospace, automotive, and finance sectors manage the constant change found in the data center industry.
Kao Data was determined to design their new data centers to be as energy efficient as possible. Future Facilities explores how computational fluid dynamic (CFD) simulations can be used to validate the design of data center cooling systems.
How do financial institutions balance the need for high-performing computation and the increased power and cooling higher-density servers expend? Future Facilities explores how a digital twin can maximizing performance and uncover hidden value in existing data centers.
Virtualized networks support multiple physical topologies and can be constructed incrementally over time. Learn how cost, network topology, virtualization can help IT leaders when future-proofing their infrastructure.
When looking to the future of the data center industry, the ability to remain agile, accommodate high density and be able to satisfy stringent carbon efficiency goals will be crucial. Future Facilities explores how an innovative French colocation data center provider uses digital twin technology to accomplish this.
Sherman Ikemoto, Managing Director at Future Facilities explains how simulation can help data center operators manage the accelerating pace of business, rising densities, and energy consumption.
Data centers must evolve to become points of connectivity between cloud servers, endpoint devices and partner ecosystems. A new DCF special report courtesy of DataBank shares shared the organization’s perspective on what will be the hub of the near-term future of software-driven IT infrastructure.
Virtual interconnection is a new frontier that’s seeing rapid acceptance by colocation and cloud service providers. In a new DCF report, DataBank shares its take on the near-term future of software-driven IT infrastructure.
Software-defined infrastructure is an evolution of virtualization in which the entire IT resource is managed as a single pool. A new DCF special report courtesy of DataBank looks at the future of software-driven IT infrastructure.
Virtualized interconnections from colocation providers enable unprecedented flexibility for businesses to distribute computing resources. A new DCF special report courtesy of DataBank shares shared the organization’s perspective on what will be the hub of the near-term future of software-driven IT infrastructure.