Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Datacenter Construction Expected To Boom

Datacenter construction is forecast to boom over the next four years as demand for datacenter colocation facilities grows and energy regulations prompt upgrades. However, the rise of modular and ...Full Article

Prefab Datacenter Employs Battery-Backed Servers

Yahoo Japan, a joint venture between Yahoo and SoftBank, <span>has installed 200 PRIMERGY RX200 S7 servers with on-board batteries as part of a prefab datacenter approach. </span>Full Article

The Environmental and Economic Benefits of Knowing Your IT Carbon Footprint

Whether because of rising energy costs, an increase in media coverage on global warming and climate change, or a host of other possible reasons, green IT has been gaining ...Full Article

Google Limits Carbon Footprint, Funds Climate Change Deniers

A commitment to green datacenters, renewable energy projects and the purchasing of carbon offsets have enabled Google to reduce its revenue-adjusted carbon footprint for the fourth year in a ...Full Article

CRAC Retrofit Saves Datacenter 38 Percent in Power Costs

Digi-CRAC technology is saving the Cisco Yintai Data Center in Beijing, China, 38% in annual electrical costs while reducing thermal stress on mission critical equipment.Full Article

Datacenter Community Expands Energy-Awareness

There's a change afoot in the normally conservative datacenter industry. A laser focus on reliability/uptime has expanded to include energy-efficiency. Full Article

Bloom Energy Launches Fuel Cell Leasing Program

Bloom Energy announced a new leasing program in conjunction with Bank of America Merrill Lynch that aims to make fuel cells more accessible. Full Article

Cooling from the Inside

To the datacenter professional, keeping equipment cool requires a lot of money and energy, but what if the computer could be cooled from the inside? Full Article

Alternatives to Traditional Backup Power

A reliable secondary source of power is critical for datacenters. <span>While backup generators and uninterruptible power supplies have stood the test of time, there are some newer options that are worth ...Full Article

Datacenters Seek Geographical Advantage

<p>As datacenter operation and maintenance costs continue to rise, large-scale operations are looking to geographical cures: sites that offer low cost green energy, cold temperatures and a "business-friendly" tax ...Full Article
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