On Demand As data stockpiles expand and more infrastructure becomes necessary, enterprises and small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) are wary of taking on capital investment expenditures. This informative webinar highlights key trends driving businesses to colocation. Participants will learn how colocation can help them scale their data infrastructure without significant capital investment.
On Demand For the first time in decades, you can get a better performing, reasonably priced solution for DC storage with your UPS. Lithium-ion battery benefits are many and varied. For small users like edge data centers and network rooms, built-in lithium means a significantly smaller and lighter UPS, with a longer battery service life vs. conventional batteries. For hyperscale, colos, and large enterprise users, lithium-ion provides the same size and weight reductions and adds a 10-year service life and longer cycle life. This is opening up a whole new world of applications for your UPS system, beyond just power conditioning and battery backup.
On DemandIn a world where a page response delay of 500 milliseconds causes a 20 percent drop in website traffic, or a 5 millisecond delay in electronic trading can result in a broker losing $4 million per millisecond, it’s imperative for businesses to look for increasingly faster ways to deliver data at the edge.
On Demand Our society and the digital economy are highly dependent on the 7x24 availability of information systems. Directly or indirectly, this impacts the average person, as well as businesses and government agencies at virtually every level. In today’s world, where security and energy reliability are of equal importance, ensuring power availability for data centers is a critical mandate.
On Demand Modular power systems are comprised of multiple individual power backup systems, working as a unit in a single UPS. They ship and install like single UPSs, but functionally they operate as redundant parallel systems. This arrangement provides the ultimate in flexibility as data center requirements change and allows the user to create a pay-as-you-grow architecture, instead of over-provisioning their critical power on day one.
On Demand The Edge is extending IT into challenging locations that can be just about anywhere, deploying to spaces that will not have multiple layers of security and access control. What are the options for securing these installations in spaces that lack typical yet essential facility infrastructure components? And while small in size, Edge installations should also provide maximum efficiencies to support corporate green Initiatives.
On DemandThis webinar will present the mechanical and electrical options for on-site energy storage for your mission critical environment. These options include grid-level battery storage, thermal energy storage, zero-net energy, solar, and critical power stored energy.
On Demand During this webinar, find out how Anthem Health, Inc. overcame tough challenges as they migrated their legacy data centers from open air to contained spaces. Anthem Health's new strategy includes both aisle and cabinet-level containment solutions. See the benefits they are receiving through a comparison of actual operational costs the chiller plant and cooling associated with their legacy design versus the new design that leverages Variable Frequency Drives (VFD) Computer Room Air Handler (CRAH) units.
On Demand Are high temperatures and crazy weather events stressing you out at work? Prolonged heat waves in July and August can be a burn out. Devastating hurricanes are becoming more frequent, so now is the time to be prepared. Spot coolers are a great way to keep operations up and running. Be prepared for the next weather disaster that moves through your region. Be proactive and develop a cooling strategy now to keep your cool throughout the dog days of summer. Portable cooling provides permanent and temporary cooling for people, processes and equipment.
Mission Critical Magazine’s 2019 January/February issue takes a deep dive into mission critical facility design as well as the challenges of managing capacity, and another installment of our panel discussion on the state of the data center industry with three industry thought leaders.