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Glenn Wishnew, Rittal

Rittal claims two new energy breakthroughs for data centersSubscription

5 May 2015 By Nick Booth

Demand based cooling and monitoring silences fans

Ws3

White Space Episode 3: Death and PrizesVideoSubscription

1 May 2015 By

We hear from DCD’s Awards impressario, before things take a serious turn

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Eaton adds metered outlet, switched and managed models to PDU rangeSubscription

1 May 2015 By

Refinements added to third generation rack-based units

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China's GDS takes cloud service overseasSubscription

30 Apr 2015 By Laura Luo

Data center provider takes its CloudMix service to Interop 2015

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Hetzner invests in fiber across the Baltic SeaSubscription

29 Apr 2015 By

The new undersea cable will connect Germany and Finland

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Power

Ws3

White Space Episode 3: Death and PrizesVideoSubscription

1 May 2015 By

We hear from DCD’s Awards impressario, before things take a serious turn

ep3785 new e pdus slides

Eaton adds metered outlet, switched and managed models to PDU rangeSubscription

1 May 2015 By

Refinements added to third generation rack-based units

Industrial cleaning

Movers and shakers: odd jobs in the data centerSubscription

29 Apr 2015 By Nick Booth

There are some specializations that are unique to the data center industry, and expensive to hire. Here’s why they are worth every penny

peter judge blog

Please tell us more, Bloom!Subscription

28 Apr 2015 By

Bloom Energy has large customers, but information (and installations) are a trickle not a flood

China on a keyboard

US firms urged to help improve Chinese data centersSubscription

27 Apr 2015 By , Laura Luo

Department of Energy webinar tells US firms how to improve Chinese energy efficiency 

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Cooling

Glenn Wishnew, Rittal

Rittal claims two new energy breakthroughs for data centersSubscription

5 May 2015 By Nick Booth

Demand based cooling and monitoring silences fans

Industrial cleaning

Movers and shakers: odd jobs in the data centerSubscription

29 Apr 2015 By Nick Booth

There are some specializations that are unique to the data center industry, and expensive to hire. Here’s why they are worth every penny

China on a keyboard

US firms urged to help improve Chinese data centersSubscription

27 Apr 2015 By , Laura Luo

Department of Energy webinar tells US firms how to improve Chinese energy efficiency 

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Rackspace shares design of new free-cooled London siteSubscription

23 Apr 2015 By

Built by Digital Realty, Rackspace Crawley is first large UK site with no chillers - and Open Compute has the design 

peter judge blog

Can management quell the embedded threat?Subscription

20 Apr 2015 By

Data centers face a risk from their power and cooling systems. But managing for efficiency ought to reduce the danger

More on cooling

Cabling

Industrial cleaning

Movers and shakers: odd jobs in the data centerSubscription

29 Apr 2015 By Nick Booth

There are some specializations that are unique to the data center industry, and expensive to hire. Here’s why they are worth every penny

Cable drum

Hetzner invests in fiber across the Baltic SeaSubscription

29 Apr 2015 By

The new undersea cable will connect Germany and Finland

rackspace crawley opening

Rackspace shares design of new free-cooled London siteSubscription

23 Apr 2015 By

Built by Digital Realty, Rackspace Crawley is first large UK site with no chillers - and Open Compute has the design 

Michael Savador, Belden

DCD Enterprise NY: Big things are happening in connectivityVideoSubscription

22 Apr 2015 By

Michael Salvador from Belden says traditional approaches to networking are going out of style

Courtesy of US MSHA

Arc-flash: discharging your moral dutySubscription

17 Apr 2015 By Michael P. Kassner

Working on live power systems can kill. Is 100 percent uptime worth it?   

More on cabling

Modular

Industrial cleaning

Movers and shakers: odd jobs in the data centerSubscription

29 Apr 2015 By Nick Booth

There are some specializations that are unique to the data center industry, and expensive to hire. Here’s why they are worth every penny

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Huawei's DC 3.0 promises to shake things upSubscription

16 Apr 2015 By

Chinese giant has plans for silicon photonics but plenty of practical improvements today

Glenn Wishnew, Rittal

​DCD Enterprise NY: Rittal bets on colocationVideoSubscription

15 Apr 2015 By

Glenn Wishnew from Rittal expects colocation market to continue growing

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Complaint says BladeRoom trusted Facebook with trade secretsSubscription

27 Mar 2015

Some details emerge: BladeRoom approached Facebook with an offer to help build sites

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BladeRoom claims Facebook stole Lulea designsSubscription

26 Mar 2015 By

British modular data center firm sues Facebook over designs shared to Open Compute

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Racks

Industrial cleaning

Movers and shakers: odd jobs in the data centerSubscription

29 Apr 2015 By Nick Booth

There are some specializations that are unique to the data center industry, and expensive to hire. Here’s why they are worth every penny

rackspace crawley opening

Rackspace shares design of new free-cooled London siteSubscription

23 Apr 2015 By

Built by Digital Realty, Rackspace Crawley is first large UK site with no chillers - and Open Compute has the design 

Michael Savador, Belden

DCD Enterprise NY: Big things are happening in connectivityVideoSubscription

22 Apr 2015 By

Michael Salvador from Belden says traditional approaches to networking are going out of style

Courtesy of US MSHA

Arc-flash: discharging your moral dutySubscription

17 Apr 2015 By Michael P. Kassner

Working on live power systems can kill. Is 100 percent uptime worth it?   

Glenn Wishnew, Rittal

​DCD Enterprise NY: Rittal bets on colocationVideoSubscription

15 Apr 2015 By

Glenn Wishnew from Rittal expects colocation market to continue growing

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Fire Prevention

Michael Savador, Belden

DCD Enterprise NY: Big things are happening in connectivityVideoSubscription

22 Apr 2015 By

Michael Salvador from Belden says traditional approaches to networking are going out of style

Courtesy of US MSHA

Arc-flash: discharging your moral dutySubscription

17 Apr 2015 By Michael P. Kassner

Working on live power systems can kill. Is 100 percent uptime worth it?   

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Don't knock containers - they could help youSubscription

11 Feb 2015 By

That metal container could save your bacon

Modular data center survives arson attack

Modular data center survives arson attackVideoSubscription

3 Feb 2015 By

Remtech modular build saves Danish firm’s bacon

Darren Magness on Twitter

Welding kit causes fire at Amazon construction siteSubscription

12 Jan 2015 By

Blaze quickly extinguished; no servers harmed

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Webinars

  • Do Industry Standards Hold Back Data Centre Innovation?

    Thu, 11 Jun 2015 14:00:00

    Infrastructure investment dollars are finite which means companies must use limited budgets more effectively to ensure data centers can handle company needs for the foreseeable future and beyond. Please participate in Interxion’s webinar to gain a comprehension of how effective data center design can assist companies use limited infrastructure budgets. - Data center upgrades to handle enterprise-grade demands like big data analytics are necessary but expensive - Over 70% of data centre executives are under pressure to ensure infrastructure projects are ‘future proofed’ - Compliance is the cause of higher data centre operating costs for many regulated companies - Design standards though doesn’t have to be followed slavishly to achieve 8*9 statistical availability - Interxion-sponsored research shows that companies can save millions on capital costs and recurring costs with optimized designs - Enterprises can achieve said benefits with advanced data centre design and innovation, while still achieving appropriate availability

  • The CFD Myth: Why there is no real time CFD.

    Wed, 20 May 2015 14:00:00

    Join DatacenterDynamics and Siemens as we explore the myth of real time CFD and expose the necessity for Real-Time Environmental Monitoring.

  • Prioritising public sector data centre energy efficiency: approach and impacts

    Wed, 20 May 2015 11:30:00

    The University of St Andrews was founded in 1413 and is in the top 100 Universities in the world and is one of the leading research universities in the UK.

  • A pPUE approaching 1- Fact or Fiction?

    Tue, 5 May 2015 14:00:00

    Rittal’s presentation focuses on the biggest challenge facing data centre infrastructures: efficient cooling. The presentation outlines the latest technology for rack, row, and room cooling. The focus is on room cooling with rear door heat exchangers (RHx)

  • APAC - “I Heard It Through the Grapevine” – Managing Data Center Risk

    Wed, 29 Apr 2015 05:00:00

    Join this webinar to understand how to minimize the risk to your organization and learn more about Anixter’s unique approach.

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