Posted by Isaiah LaJoie on March 16, 2020
While there is no such thing as a crystal ball, this Servertech blog summarizes five key takeaways from a Gartner whitepaper on the future of the data center.
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Posted by Isaiah LaJoie on February 24, 2020
Because power is all we do, we have had the opportunity to work with some of the organizations that are responsible for shaping the world as we know it. And all their power flows through a Servertech PDU.
Posted by Isaiah LaJoie on February 07, 2020
Server Technology is is focused on all of the things that we can do to make the process of identifying the right PDU as simple as possible. This Servertech blog is all about you and your PDU.
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Posted by Annie Paquette on December 23, 2019
What do bloggers do for their most loyal readers at Christmastime? Write more blogs, of course! This article from Server Technology gives the gift of a year’s worth of blogs from the ‘Everything Needs Power Blog.’
Posted by Annie Paquette on October 31, 2019
Halloween is a time for ghosts and goblins, but also an opportunity for reflection. In this blog, Server Technology talks about things that are scary for data center professionals.
Posted by Annie Paquette on October 17, 2019
Server Technology knows one thing: everything needs power. In this blog, Servertech talks about how IoT, 5G, and Smart Cities are converging to form a new data ecosystem.
Posted by Annie Paquette on October 14, 2019
Server Technology knows one thing: everything needs power. In this blog, Servertech talks about the elements that are coming together to form a new data ecosystem: IoT, 5G, Smart Cities, and AI.
Posted by Annie Paquette on June 12, 2019
Server Technology, the Power Strategy Expert, recently released the “The Power of Hyperscale Computing 2019” and “Renewable Energy in the Data Center Industry.” Both touch on the role of corporate energy leadership in the hyperscale world.
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Posted by RJ Tee on October 26, 2017
The voltage in a DC supply unit (such as a fuel cell), by comparison, cannot be changed unless the power supply is altered or turned off, such as with a high-voltage direct current (HVDC) system. DC is, therefore, less efficient and affordable to transmit than AC power, but it can be accomplished.
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