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A Clean Sweep: Data Center Cleaning Made Easy

2019-05-20T15:12:40-07:00

  Keep it Clean, Folks Do you get excited when you think about data center cleaning? You do? OK, sit down there, class clown. We’ve heard enough cracks from you. Truth is, keeping your data center or colocation clean is one of those things that you know you need to do, but it’s hard to [...]

A Clean Sweep: Data Center Cleaning Made Easy2019-05-20T15:12:40-07:00

May 17 Data Center News

2019-05-16T13:05:29-07:00

Data Center News for Friday, May 17, 2019. This week in data center news, the UK's data industry shrugs off Brexit worries, an uptick in server purchases, new age edge solutions and a new 75MW campus in northern Virginia. Northern Virginia News Compass Datacenters, previously known for wholesalse facilities, will begin construction on a planned [...]

May 17 Data Center News2019-05-16T13:05:29-07:00

May 10 Data Center News

2019-05-10T14:20:01-07:00

  This week in data center news, we look at the soaring hyperscale market, the lights-out concept and more data center news.   The Power of Edge Computing The High Performance Computing Industry is driving many companies to consider using edge computing to help offload some of the demand brought about by consumers. By decreasing [...]

May 10 Data Center News2019-05-10T14:20:01-07:00

Expert Data Center Fitups

2019-05-09T13:55:06-07:00

From White Space to Done in No Time A data center fitup includes custom cooling, power, containment and IT infrastructure for data centers of all shapes and sizes.   In today’s ever-changing data center landscape, it’s not always easy to know where to spend your capital. Should you boost your IT infrastructure, upgrade your cooling, [...]

Expert Data Center Fitups2019-05-09T13:55:06-07:00

May 3 Data Center News

2019-05-07T10:10:45-07:00

And now for this week's data center news roundup for Friday, May 3, 2019... Departure of the JEDI Four years ago, Chris Lynch took over the Pentagon’s highly-touted JEDI cloud project, which had the aim of unifying the military’s mission-critical workloads in a single cloud provider, Data Center Knowledge reports this week. Lynch’s position was [...]

May 3 Data Center News2019-05-07T10:10:45-07:00

Accessing Data Centers with Smartphone Technology; Microsoft Makes a Move in Phoenix

2019-05-14T13:38:28-07:00

Data Center News Roundup for Friday, April 26, 2019 This week, we take a look at Microsoft’s big play in the Phoenix market; the ability to access data centers with biometrics; lessons from a phishing attack, more.   Microsoft gets in on Phoenix Action We recently mentioned that Phoenix, Arizona has becomes the nation’s second [...]

Accessing Data Centers with Smartphone Technology; Microsoft Makes a Move in Phoenix2019-05-14T13:38:28-07:00

Data Centers Still Alive and Kicking; Other News

2019-04-23T11:47:05-07:00

This week, it was reported that Google will build a $600 million wind-powered data center in Minnesota; a new report shows that data centers are far from dead despite a strong challenge from the public cloud; a primer on cryptojacking and more news. Data Center News Roundup for Friday, Jan. 18, 2019 The [...]

Data Centers Still Alive and Kicking; Other News2019-04-23T11:47:05-07:00

Cabinets Withstand Massive Alaskan Earthquake Thanks to ISO-Base

2019-05-02T08:22:39-07:00

When a massive 7.0 Alaskan earthquake struck Anchorage, Alaska in late 2018, ISO-Base technology saved the day for one data center. Here’s their story. Early in the morning of Nov. 30, 2018, a massive 7.0 earthquake struck just north of Anchorage, the largest city in Alaska. The shaker injured a few people, but [...]

Cabinets Withstand Massive Alaskan Earthquake Thanks to ISO-Base2019-05-02T08:22:39-07:00

Report: Working in a Data Center Hard, but Fulfilling; More News

2019-04-24T08:21:48-07:00

Data Center News Roundup for Friday, April 19, 2019 This week, we take a look at a new report that shows most data center workers are happy despite the challenges and heavy work loads; Gartner suggests data center equipment purchases may dip this year; news that Phoenix is the nation’s second most active data center [...]

Report: Working in a Data Center Hard, but Fulfilling; More News2019-04-24T08:21:48-07:00

New Tool May Slash Power Costs by 90 Percent

2019-04-23T11:46:34-07:00

This week, we take a look at promising new technology reducing power costs to cool data centers; the rise of India as a data center hub, capacity expansions in England and more news from the week. Data Center News Roundup for Friday, Jan. 25, 2019 Promising Cooling Tech on the Horizon In IEEE Spectrum this [...]

New Tool May Slash Power Costs by 90 Percent2019-04-23T11:46:34-07:00

Chicago Data Capacity Ranks Third in the Nation; More News

2019-04-23T11:46:28-07:00

Photo by Alex Powell from Pexels This week, we take a look at a pair of stories from the Windy City, including one that indicates Chicago data capacity is third in the nation and another that repurposes an old power station as a data center. Read this and other news stories from around the industry [...]

Chicago Data Capacity Ranks Third in the Nation; More News2019-04-23T11:46:28-07:00

Google Gobbles Everything in Sight; Amazon Scraps NYC HQ, More

2019-04-23T11:46:22-07:00

Imagine Google, but bigger. Well, that’s exactly what Google is going for as it continues to dominate the hyperscale market. This week, we take a look at Google’s massive nationwide expansion; Amazon’s scrapped HQ in NYC; the past, present and future of hyperscale and the coming impacts of 5G technology on data centers. [...]

Google Gobbles Everything in Sight; Amazon Scraps NYC HQ, More2019-04-23T11:46:22-07:00

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