Chat with us, powered by LiveChat

Data Center News

DSI Releases Fall Newsletter

Today, we released our Fall Newsletter with a special focus on some of the natural disasters that threaten the seamless operation of Data Centers throughout California and the Pacific Northwest.  You can read about the ways we’re helping customers ensure their backup power is ready…

Read More

With Record Wildfires on the West Coast, DSI Renews Its Commitment to Data Center Uptime and Power Readiness

Yesterday, DSI announced its commitment to ensuring the Data Center ecosystem with uptime and power readiness.  With the record number of wildfires throughout the State of California and the Pacific Northwest, DSI is once again renewing its commitment to data uptime through our Power Check-Up…

Read More

California Power Emergency: Protecting Your Data Center

Because Data Centers rely on a continuous uninterrupted electrical power supply to function, the current heat emergency in California presents a significant risk for Data Center owners and managers. With temperatures in some parts of the state expected to reach, and stay at, triple digits…

Read More

DSI Delivers Upgraded Data Center and Armory for the City of Chico Police Department

The City of Chico Police Department, with 140 full-time employees and 100 police volunteers responsible for protecting the town of almost 100,000, needed to upgrade their existing Data Center to continue to protect critical dispatch and life safety response operations. They needed to ensure that…

Read More

July Newsletter Released

Earlier this week, we released our July newsletter. The newsletter summarizes what DSI has been up to over the last few months and offers tips you can implement at your own facilities. While the spread of COVID-19 has changed the way we work, it has…

Read More

POWER SYSTEM PERFORMANCE: BE ON TOP OF IT!

Drew Latimer of Schneider Electric presented a very informative webinar called Power System Performance: Digitization and Actionable Insights. He addressed power management trends, electrical distribution components, capacity management, and data points. The webinar also included a discussion about how critical facilities owners and operators can…

Read More

AFCOM Southern California Chapter Meeting Goes Virtual

Not a group to let the COVID-19 pandemic slow them down, AFCOM So Cal’s Quarter 2 Educational Series was held online on May 14th. In typical AFCOM So Cal fashion, the online event was both excellent and informative. There was a lively discussion between multiple…

Read More

Data Center Agility

The Data Center world is changing—enterprises are closing down their traditional Data Centers, while also moving workloads off the public cloud. That means Data Center owners and operators are having to seriously rethink their strategies to best use their resources. Last month our President, Phil…

Read More

Keeping the Internet Running in a Crisis

The COVID-19 crisis is directly impacting critical facilities around the world and is making uptime and resilience more critical than ever. Thanks to stay-at-home directives, and the closed doors of many physical businesses, almost half of employed adults in the US are working from home….

Read More

COVID-19 Takes Data Center Mainstream

Earlier this week, a piece in a legal journal caught our eye, as it builds on a trend we have seen throughout the COVID-19 pandemic: Data Centers are continuing to get more attention from mainstream sources and, despite the current economic situation, it further illustrates…

Read More