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Facebook to Build 970,000 Square Foot, 100% Energy Renewable Data Center

Pop Quiz:  What type of building is essential to the daily operations of a global business, is nearly a million square feet in size, but has only a few ...Full Article

Renée James, former Intel President, Heads New ARM-based Server Chip Venture

The “leadership journey” of Renée James, who held the highest rank of any woman in the history of Intel Corp., has emerged as CEO of a well-heeled, venture-backed company ...Full Article

Accelerating and Reconfiguring Data Centers with eFPGA

 Over the last several years, the focus in the data center has been the massive build-out of new infrastructure or upgrading older facilities with newer technologies. While this has ...Full Article

Data Center Power and Cooling: What’s Hot
Sponsored Content by Dell EMC

The legendary baseball coach Yogi Berra once said, “It ain’t the heat. It’s the humility.” He could have been describing today’s data centers. Heating and cooling challenges are humbling ...Full Article

From Iceland, HPC-as-a-Service Finds Toehold in FinServ, Automotive, Scientific R&D

While high-demand workloads (e.g., bitcoin mining) can overheat data center cooling capabilities, at least one data center infrastructure provider has announced an HPC-as-a-service offering that features 100 percent free ...Full Article

Icelandic Data Center Cuts Power Costs, Carbon Footprint for ThreatMetrix

One can envision Iceland – an island country so remote it makes you wonder at the navigational prowess of the 9th century mariners who settled there, a place of ...Full Article

Facebook and Natural Disasters: Extreme Scale Data Center Resiliency

Fans of “The Social Network,” a movie about the early days of Facebook, (and one that, last we heard, Mark Zuckerberg has never seen), will remember the scene when ...Full Article

Tech Giants Ally to Bring Coherence to Data Center Workloads

Overcoming one of the most vexing technical problems hampering performance in the data center - “cache incoherence,” the inability of different devices (CPUs, GPUs, FPGAs) to work together without ...Full Article

Keeping up with the Data Center: Will Innovation Continue?

The enterprise and data center markets are going through what some experts call a “once in a decade transition.” Driven by the insatiable demand for ever-increasing bandwidth, these industries ...Full Article

Data Center Industry Seeing New Entrants, New Technology Designed to Save Energy Costs, Speed Provisioning

Data center outsourcing means forecasting power requirements for the duration of a contract, which typically lasts five to 10 years. With the pace of change in IT, changing business ...Full Article
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