Wendy Dietzler, leader in developing education for the Critical Facilities Summit, recently published to Data Center Knowledge’s Industry Perspectives section about the rise of Minnesota as an up-and-coming location for data center and critical facility activity. From the article: INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVES Why Minnesota is an Emerging Data Center Market to Watch BY INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVES ON APRIL 28, 2017 Wendy Dietzler Trade Press Media Group Wendy Dietzler is VP of Education & Conferencing for Critical Facilities Summit at Trade […]
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Dave King, Product Manager for Future Facilities, today published to Data Center Knowledge’s Industry Perspectives on the subject of data center simulation and how it’s evolved over time. From the article: Seeing Clearly with Data Center Simulation BY INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVES ON MARCH 2, 2017 Dave King Future Facilities Dave King is Product Manager at Future Facilities. It’s been said that CFD provides a historical view of the airflow in a data center, one that is probably out of […]
Data Center Knowledge’s column “Industry Perspectives” recently featured expertise from RLE Technologies’ Jeremy Swanner on lead detection in data centers. From the article: Leak Prevention in Data Centers: How Prepared Are You? BY INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVES ON JUNE 11, 2015 Jeremy Swanner RLE Technologies Jeremy Swanner is the Executive Vice President of RLE Technologies. One of the biggest downtime threats for data center operators is leaks, and preventing them is one of the most fundamental areas of protection for […]
Lars Strong, of Upsite Technologies, recently published on Data Center Knowledge for his piece titled “Containment Best Practices: Tops for Maximizing Capacity and Cost Savings.” From the article: INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVES Containment Best Practices: Tips for Maximizing Capacity and Cost Savings BY INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVES ON JANUARY 6, 2015 LARS STRONG Upsite Technologies Lars Strong, senior engineer, thought leader and recognized expert on Data Center Optimization, leads Upsite Technologies’ EnergyLok Cooling Science Services, which originated in 2001 to optimize data center […]
Polargy was recently featured for their piece on containment by Data Center Knowledge in the Industry Perspective section. From the article: Who owns containment? No one. This is the problem. Hot- and cold-aisle containment is a data center best practice that is experiencing hyper-growth in adoption because of its large impact on energy efficiency and operating cost savings. Interestingly, there is still no clear ownership of containment within the enterprise, among industry trades or between […]
Data Center Knowledge recently featured Upsite’s Lars Strong and his industry perspective on coldspots in data centers. From the article: Data centers exist to provide continuous power, connectivity and proper intake air temperatures to IT equipment. Hot spots are a well-known difficulty that occurs when IT intake temperatures are above the recommended maximum. Now, cold spots have become the new challenge, and opportunity, for data center operations. A cold spot is any IT intake temperature […]