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.
In all cooling applications where significant change can be expected for a building’s usage, future-ready flexibility is a foremost concern. A new white paper from Data Aire explains why fluidity in business and global economies requires flexibility.
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.
The data center industry is rushing to find cooling technology solutions that address both power and water sustainability issues. This white paper from Nortek Data Center Cooling outlines a new path to sustainability.
The energy footprint taken up by data centers will certainly increase as our reliance increases on artificial intelligence, machine learning, Internet of Things, and 5G. Another factor driving even more data use is that the world’s population will continue to increase, necessitating more devices, connectivity and more. Get the new paper that discusses what power providers are currently offering in key data center markets, what data centers are doing to be as efficient as possible, and how data center customers can support sustainability.
Customers and stakeholders are demanding accountability on climate impact, pushing sustainability near the top of the agenda in selecting sites and providers. Get the special report from Data Center Frontier, in partnership with Iron Mountain, that explores how the data center industry is in a unique position to accelerate the adoption of green data centers and sustainable practices — and reduce the damage to our changing climate.
Asking the right questions is a big part of the equation. Here are eight considerations in a new white paper from Iron Mountain with targeted questions to ask that will help you choose the right colocation partner for your business.
Sustainability is now a top-of-mind issue in data center construction and management, as cloud computing and digital transformation fuel the world’s growing thirst for processing power. Get the new report from Vertiv that explores the future of the sustainable data center and its impact on the industry.
When you are selecting a data center partner, ask about the cooling approaches they use. The answers can provide insights into the data center’s ability to meet your expectations and your company’s sustainability goals. This new white paper from Trane explores the ins and outs of data center cooling, and how to ensure the most efficient solution.