Posted by Neche Veyssal on September 15, 2021
A Server Technology article highlighting recent advancements by two data center organizations in the European Union towards a day when data centers can run solely on reusable energy.
Posted by Neche Veyssal on August 27, 2021
In an industry dominated by computers and technology, this blog from Server Technology highlights the role that people have played in helping us ride out the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Posted by Neche Veyssal on April 05, 2021
Cloud adoption is accelerating, but enterprises predominantly will rely on in-house data centers and other on-premise infrastructure for the next two years, a recent study shows.
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Posted by Annie Paquette on April 23, 2014
In part 1 of this blog, Server Technology discussed the critical power and environmental information available from Cabinet Power Distribution Units (CDU’s). In part 2 of this Solution Partner blog, Servertech will talk more about our power solution products and ways we integrate with other vendors within the data center space.
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Posted by Josh Schaap on January 21, 2015
Data center downtime is one of the most expensive—and deadly—threats facing IT professionals today. The overall cost of downtime can range from thousands of dollars per minute to hundreds of thousands of dollars per hour, depending on the size and severity of the outage.
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Posted by Annie Paquette on February 14, 2019
In our last blog, we addressed the role of PUE and its relationship to flexible, sustainable data centers. If you missed it, you can follow this link here to get caught up on the series. Today, we are going to turn our attention to some of the new challenges facing data center operators, specifically around the seemingly continuous propagation of technology and data. While Moore’s Law and consolidation efforts have worked to ‘densify’ the data center, new applications and edge computing are working to offset the trend. As mentioned in our previous blog, the industry as a whole has made tremendous advances in getting the average data center PUE closer to 1.0 but the recent technological advances have challenged operators.
Posted by Annie Paquette on February 06, 2019
In support of the new Marc Cram white paper, “Flexibility and Sustainability for the Dynamic Data Center,” we are going to be rolling out a three-part blog series that supports some of the key data center themes covered in the document. The paper itself, a copy of which can be found here, is a mission-critical state of the union address that calls attention to the challenges facing today’s dynamic data center operators.
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Posted by Annie Paquette on February 18, 2019
In our last blog supporting the new “Flexibility and Sustainability for the Dynamic Data Center” white paper by Server Tech’s own Marc Cram, we discussed the relationship between Moore’s Law and the resulting increased availability of data and its immediate consumption. In the first blog in this series, we talked about PUE and its contribution to the sustainable data center. For this last blog, we will shift our attention to the mission-critical facility itself and discuss flexible features that support sustainable design.
Posted by RJ Tee on August 01, 2016
Procuring certain types of hardware for federally-affiliated data centers—like power monitoring systems—often requires IT managers to consider factors beyond cost and performance. In some cases, they must also ensure that the equipment is in compliance with federal regulations. Otherwise, it could result in significant penalties.
Posted by Josh Schaap on March 16, 2015
Now that winter’s vista can be appreciated only in your rearview mirror, it’s time to take a look around your data center and engage in some old-fashioned spring cleaning. You’ll likely find two areas that could use your attention: space constraints and heavy electricity usage. Like most data centers, you are running out of room as you add more cabinets, and your monthly utility bill is spiking accordingly.
- Power Distribution and Monitoring