Space in micro data centers is limited and must be carefully managed. Compute and storage are typically the priority, so cooling, uninterruptible power supplies, batteries, security, and fire protection must all compete for whatever space is left. A new white paper from Viking Integrated Safety outlines the company’s 1U stand-alone fire protection solution.
ASA explains how factory integration for rack-level deployments can save enterprises time and simplify ongoing management. Pre-integrated racks are plug and play solutions that can allow data centers to quickly deploy new digital infrastructure.
Service Express reveals the results of their survey of 700 US IT professionals in the 2022 Data Center & Infrastructure Report. Key findings reveal the continued need for strengthening security, reducing costs, and on-premises data centers.
As more and more companies are reporting on their Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) programs, there’s a need for standardized sustainability metrics, especially in the data center industry. A new white paper from Schneider Electric proposes five categories of metrics for data centers to use when reporting on environmental sustainability.
A new white paper from Enchanted Rock explores four alternatives to diesel backups to see which offer both resiliency and an economical way to meet climate goals.
A new white paper from Intel explores how Intel MCA Recovery + MFP has helped JD Cloud provide efficient and stable services to their more than 2,500 partners.
The pandemic ushered in a digital boom in 2020, driving data center digital modernization efforts at a rapid pace. A new special report from ABB explores how physical infrastructure, the data center, and the cloud are keeping up with new modular solutions delivery and streamlined operational support.
A new white paper from INNIO explores three primary benefits that data center operators can see with fast-start natural gas generators: increased reliability, reduced emissions, and opportunities to monetize stranded assets.
This special report from Data Center Frontier and Panduit dives into a new balance between the cloud and the modern data center. Topics covered include new requirements around performance, latency management, supply chain requirements, and, very importantly, creating a new level of sustainability.
As the power densities of IT equipment have increased over the past twenty years, data center designers and operators face a number of challenges when it comes to managing this intensified heat load. A new special report from Data Center Frontier and Nautilus Data Technologies explores issues and potential solutions to supporting high density cooling in an efficient and sustainable way.