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Cooling from the Inside

Cooling from the Inside

August 13, 2013 | Tiffany Trader

To the datacenter professional, keeping equipment cool requires a lot of money and energy, but what if the computer could be cooled from the inside? Read more...

Some Like IT Cold: Intelligence Agencies Push for Low-Power Exascale

Some Like IT Cold: Intelligence Agencies Push for Low-Power Exascale

August 9, 2013 | Tiffany Trader

Like the rest of the research world, intelligence agencies are facing some difficult challenges when it comes to fielding the next generation of supercomputers. To help usher in a more efficient mode of computing, the US intelligence community is investing in superconductive computing research. Read more...

Flash Successor Delivers: Faster, Denser and Low-Power

Flash Successor Delivers: Faster, Denser and Low-Power

August 6, 2013 | Tiffany Trader

Startup Crossbar emerges from stealth mode with a new class of flash memory that is substantially faster and more energy-efficient than existing NAND technology. More compact too: 1 TB of data fits on a chip smaller than a postage stamp. Read more...

LoPoCo – How Low Can You Go?

LoPoCo – How Low Can You Go?

August 5, 2013 | Tiffany Trader

Low Power Company (LoPoCo) offers a line of low-power consumption, ultra-efficient servers designed to help businesses cut their datacenter operations bill in half. Read more...

Toward a Low-Carbon Datacenter

Toward a Low-Carbon Datacenter

August 1, 2013 | Tiffany Trader

According to a new study, large datacenters could slash greenhouse gas emissions by 88 percent by switching to highly efficient equipment and implementing energy management practices. Read more...

Systems: News in Brief

Prefab Datacenter Employs Battery-Backed Servers

Prefab Datacenter Employs Battery-Backed Servers

August 20, 2013 | Green Computing Report Staff

Yahoo Japan, a joint venture between Yahoo and SoftBank, has installed 200 PRIMERGY RX200 S7 servers with on-board batteries as part of a prefab datacenter approach. Read more...

CRAC Retrofit Saves Datacenter 38 Percent in Power Costs

CRAC Retrofit Saves Datacenter 38 Percent in Power Costs

August 16, 2013 | Tiffany Trader

Digi-CRAC technology is saving the Cisco Yintai Data Center in Beijing, China, 38% in annual electrical costs while reducing thermal stress on mission critical equipment. Read more...

Supermicro Case Study Explores TCO Advantage

Supermicro Case Study Explores TCO Advantage

August 12, 2013 | Tom Ayres

Datacenter managers are constantly searching for ways to reduce expenses while raising efficiency at the same time. In a new white paper, Supermicro claims the company's high-performance servers can help meet both goals. Read more...

Systems: Off the Wire

DCE Announces New Additions to Its Evo-POD Modular Datacenter Range

August 16, 2013

Data City Exchange (DCE) has announced new 12- and 24-rack high density versions of the Evo-POD to sit alongside its existing 96- and 48-rack standard designs in the range. Read more...

Uptime Institute Announces Results of Third Annual Datacenter Industry Survey

August 8, 2013

The survey was developed to collect data on an annual basis around Digital Infrastructure deployment trends, procurement plans, operations and management practices, and other topics that impact the mission-critical data center industry. Read more...

 

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