On Demand Even before COVID 19, we were talking about The Edge. Edge Computing, Edge Applications, Edge as a Service, the Edge Data Center, Cloud Edge. And on and on. And certainly, The Edge has lived up to its potential, especially as we fight a host of disruptors resulting from the global pandemic But where do we go from here? And what is next at The Edge?
On Demand The pressure on data center operators to reduce carbon emissions and water consumption is growing—from the market, municipalities, and their own organizations. As more businesses announce their plans to become carbon-free and water neutral, data center operators are responding with a multi-phase approach to meeting these objectives. This webinar will share the roadmap leading data center operators have taken to reducing carbon emissions and water consumption and the technologies and best practices that are making it possible.
On Demand We are living in a world of nontraditional compute technologies, and facilities now have the capabilities to place compute and infrastructure wherever it is needed. This has resulted in a need for new approaches to enable hybrid infrastructure and run smarter, darker data centers.
On Demand Commercial roofs must be resilient, meaning they are designed to perform over the long run without compromising on the client’s commitment to sustainability. Cellular glass insulation delivers a portfolio of performance attributes — it’s impermeable, noncombustible, and resilient, not to mention its long-term thermal performance and compressive strength. This course will spotlight real-word roof assemblies that leverage cellular glass insulation to achieve performance without compromise.
On Demand There’s no denying that intelligent power is driving better availability, efficiency, manageability, and security in the data center, but planning to implement intelligent power distribution units (PDUs) does not simply stop with deployment. Today’s data center managers and operators must simultaneously focus on overall efficiency and bottom-line return on investment (ROI). In this webinar, Chatsworth Products' (CPI) Sr. Product Manager of Power and Electronics, Ashish Moondra, and Sunbird® Software’s Vice President of Product Management and Marketing, James Cerwinski, reveal how a strategy that captures capacity and efficiency data can be used to foster continuous ROI, ensuring that existing infrastructure is being utilized properly, minimizing the overall consumption of the data center and planning for the future by building estimates for reached capacity.
On Demand The requirements for data centers are constantly being redefined in the course of the digital transformation. Latency-intensive, sensor-based applications and bandwidth-heavy content such as video streaming, VR and AR require the continuous availability of a trouble-free connection of the relevant end devices to the data center. Given the increasing importance of data for digital business models, edge computing has already become indispensable in many places. Conventional infrastructures offer no substitute for edge computing.
On Demand As organizations realize the value of modular construction and scalability, data and communications infrastructure continues to evolve. By using prefabricated components that can be easily, quickly, and cost-effectively reproduced, companies can expand their facilities based on their bottom lines rather than their predetermined timelines. But, along with growth comes increased heat load and rack density. So, what’s the secret to keeping energy costs down and availability up while new infrastructure is installed and connected?
On Demand Throughout the U.S., data usage is skyrocketing — since 2010, average data consumption per household has increased 38 times. This puts significant pressure on data center owners and operators to find efficient ways to scale power capacity in response to demand. With endless design options available, many organizations have fallen victim to trying to reinvent the wheel, prioritizing customization over project efficiency.
On Demand Modern data centers can be quite complex in their requirement for high quality water. Water filtration systems play an important role in keeping data centers cool. Thousands of gallons of water can flow through an average data center cooling system each day, bringing along debris, scale and biological activity. These unwanted particulates can build up over time, causing drastic amounts of waste for your facility.