Data Centers

Happy International Data Center Day

Happy International Data Center Day! This day is designed to create awareness of the Data Center industry and is meant to inspire the next generation of talent. Spearheaded by 7X24 Exchange International, International Data Center Day is on a mission to provide the industry with opportunities...

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2022 Data Center Trends

There has been a dramatic change within the Data Center industry over the last two years. Due to the rise of digitalization in the workplace and at home, there has been an increase in working remotely and adapting to a hybrid model. Continued Automation & Self...

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Data Center operators are looking to reduce or eliminate onsite diesel generators. But what will take their place?

On November 4th, Data Center Frontier and Schneider Electric explored how microgrids can provide sustainable onsite power for Data Centers. Microgrids are proven technology that gives Data Centers the ability to generate their own renewable and sustainable power onsite. They also allow Data Centers to...

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Data Centers Using Green Power

This week, Microsoft announced that it will open three Swedish data hubs using only green power. While the energy crisis is costing Microsoft “hundreds of millions of dollars within the year,” the shift to renewables is helping to offset soaring gas prices, said Microsoft’s Noelle...

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Vertiv Webinar Covers the Data Center Sustainability Challenge: Reducing Carbon and Water without Compromising Availability

Last week we had the opportunity to attend an informative webinar with Vertiv and Mission Critical Magazine focusing on Data Center sustainability. The Data Center industry is at the center of two major forces: ever-growing demand for data and very real effects of climate change....

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The Future of Computing is Edge

Edge computing is a platform that builds applications and brings data storage closer to its source, preserving response times and bandwidth. Edge computing distributes power where it’s needed, like IoT devices. Many businesses do not want to connect multiple devices and stream the data to...

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Phoenix Data Center Leasing Sees an Uptick, According to Latest CBRE Report

The COVID-19 pandemic, and career-centered computer science education, has increased the demand for technology and software in Phoenix, AZ. In the past 10 years, Phoenix, AZ has seen a 30% increase in jobs in the tech sector which is nearly 10% greater than the national...

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What Does the Senate Infrastructure Bill Mean for Data Centers?

Earlier this month, the US Senate passed the $1 trillion infrastructure plan which proposes to spend $65 billion on broadband-related items, with $42.45 billion of it going towards funding for a Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment Program. To bridge the digital divide, this bill will...

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Join GRC, Dell, Intel, Vertiv and Mission Critical magazine for a look at this important technology

This August will hold the first annual Data Center Liquid Cooling Awareness month, designated by Green Revolution Cooling (GRC). With the summertime heat causing Data Center managers to increase efforts to keep their operations cool, GRC wanted to dedicate a whole month to these efforts....

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Rapid Tech Sector Growth in Phoenix is Favorable for the Data Center Industry

In the past 10 years, Phoenix, AZ has seen a 30% increase in jobs in the technology industry. This is almost 10% greater than the national average. Why are software companies seeing such rapid growth, especially now? There are actually a few reasons that Phoenix...

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