Resources - Colocation

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    QTS data center case study

    QTS Data Centers leverage Schneider Electric for repeatable design and consistent infrastructure to accelerate speed to market for customers.

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    The emergence of lithium-ion batteries within the data center

    Experienced users know that traditional lead-acid batteries are often considered the ‘weak link’ in their data center’s power chain. With strings and strings of batteries required to support a modern facility, it might feel as if a possible failure is lurking at any time.

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    Best practices: selecting a colocation provider

    Competition is good for consumers. Competition reduces the stagnation in a commoditized service by driving the need to provide value add. It is essential for Colo providers to create, innovate, and differentiate to meet the accelerating demands of their customers.

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    Flying Solo, or Going Colo

    Modern data centers are some of the most complex buildings around, getting more complex by the day. Costs for building a state of the art hyperscale data center can quickly run into the range of billions of dollars before the first bitcoin is mined or the first video is stored.

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    Colocation edition product overview

    With Nlyte Colocation Edition, you can also generate detailed reports to identify stranded power and space capacity in your data centers that subsequently can be sold to existing and/or future tenants – thus increasing the revenue you capture per square foot within your facilities.


    Five reasons to adopt liquid cooling

    Learn the major reasons why data center owners should consider liquid cooling including low PUE targets, space constraints, harsh IT environment, and water restrictions.

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    Adaptation or Optimisation?

    Why hyperscale and co-location data centres require more rather than less performance optimisation if they are to address the thermal dilemma successfully