About UsJune 6th, 2013 : Admin
Data Center Knowledge (DCK) is a leading online source of daily news and analysis about the data center industry. We cover the latest developments and trends driving the powerful growth in demand for mission-critical facilities, the challenges and opportunities presented by high-density computing and its impact on power and cooling, and the evolution of the industry to include cloud computing and modular data centers.
Our audience includes IT and operations professionals who build and manage data centers.
Data Center Knowledge was named among the 50 Must-Read IT Blogs by BizTech Magazine in September 2011.
About Our Team
The Data Center Knowledge team is comprised of a dedicated group of experienced, professional reporters and editors as well as technologists who work continually to cover the ever-changing landscape of the data center industry. For short bios and contact information, see our Staff and Contributors page.
Submit Your News
We invite you to submit news about the data center industry to our editorial team. However, due to the volume of inquiries, we have set up some PR Guidelines. Visit the Submit Your News page for more specific info and email contacts. View our DCK Editorial Calendar.
Please read our PR Guidelines before calling. You can reach Rich at (513) 322 – 1738. You can reach Colleen at (513) 322 – 1739. Jason Verge is available at (513) 322-1634.
Keep Updated Via Multiple Channels
Follow Rich Miller, founder and editor, on Twitter @datacenter where he provides real-time updates on the latest data center news. Follow Colleen Miller @cmiller237 on Twitter for DCK and other industry content. Or join your colleagues on DCK’s Facebook page for another way to stay updated on industry developments. Our Linked In Group provides a way to discuss the news and trends of the day. Either “Like” us on Facebook or ask for an invite to the LinkedIn Group. Google+ users can find us on our Data Center Knowledge Google+ Page. We’re on Pinterest, too.
* News Archives – DCK has been publishing news and analysis about the data center industry non-stop since 2005, and our archives include more than 7,000 articles about virtually every facet of the industry. You can use our search box, located at the top right of the page, to find articles by keyword, geographic market or company.
* Company news – If you’re interested in publicly held companies in this sector, check out our Data Center Investor channel for performance updates on data center stocks. For tracking individual stocks, you can use the “Companies” link in our navigation bar, or just type the company’s ticker symbol into our search box.
Contact Us By Mail or Fax
(for individual reporters see Staff page.)
Data Center Knowledge
237 Glenn Avenue
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Fax: (609) 964-1642
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