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The data centers they couldn't kill Subscription

16 Sep 2016 By

Elliptical’s rugged mobile data centers are back from the grave

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Signs that heat re-use might catch onSubscription

7 Sep 2016 By

Usually re-using waste heat is too much like hard work. But maybe that’s changing

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Intel doesn't want to talk about benchmarksSubscription

5 Sep 2016 By

When a company is left to test its own product, what could possibly go wrong?

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Liquid cooling - still in the pipelineSubscription

24 Aug 2016 By

There’s plenty of types of liquid cooling, but still no flood of users

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Location is more important than risk Subscription

15 Jul 2016 By

A study says Iceland is a less risky data center location than India. But that’s not the answer if you need a data center in India

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Prepare for the worstSubscription

13 Jul 2016 By

A data center might be the best place to wait out an apocalypse. Apart from one thing… 

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Let's make data centers coolSubscription

5 Jul 2016 By

Multi-colored racks, viewing galleries, climbing walls and dubstep could be just what we need

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Clash of the cooling titans Subscription

13 Jun 2016 By

Dell’s Triton takes on HP’s Apollo in a cooling technology battle from Mount Olympus

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Microsoft's plan to go beyond renewable creditsSubscription

6 Jun 2016 By

Microsoft has said it will go beyond today’s purchase agreements, to actually using more renewable energy. Is this realistic?

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Can ASHRAE avoid controversy?Subscription

27 May 2016 By

ASHRAE believes it can get a worthwhile efficiency standard out this summer, but there are issues to discuss 

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It's harder to green the edgesSubscription

23 May 2016 By

Edge networks have a harder time using renewables than centralized facilities

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People are the solutionSubscription

17 May 2016 By

The real secret to data center success is the people involved 

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The lag in Google's public cloud Subscription

12 May 2016 By

Google is expanding its public cloud but, is it putting on regions fast enough?

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How to lose UPSs, PSUs and cablesSubscription

10 May 2016 By John Laban

The open-source hardware coming out of OCP is rewriting the rule book for data centers, says John Laban

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More fiber, more speed Subscription

9 May 2016 By

Fiber networks are getting more future-proof, thanks to new signal processing and better cabling systems 

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