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DCK Survey: What’s Your Cooling Profile?

Example of immersion Cooling.

Cooling has become even more important as the data hall becomes more and more crowded with high-density servers and equipment. What cooling solution do you use? We are asking Data Center Knowledge readers to complete a short survey on cooling. Read More

Top 5 Data Center Stories, Week of April 5

A blimp sponsored by Greenpeace flies over the Facebook headquarters campus in Palo Alto, Calif. congratulating Apple, Facebook and Google for their progress using renewable energy in their data centers. (Photo: George Nikitin, Greenpeace)

The Week in Review Data center power plan prompts NIMBY protests, HFT data centers in the spotlight, Greenpeace critiques data center energy sourcing, Arista files for $200 million IPO, Facebook shows off progress in Altoona. Read More

Top 5 Data Center Stories, Week of March 29

Google stepped up its cloud game this week, announcing new features and price cuts for the Google Cloud Platform. (Photo: Google)

The Week in Review: It’s the Battle of the Cloud Titans, as Google, Amazon and Cisco all make major cloud announcements. Meanwhile, Latisys expands to the UK and CenturyLink outlines plans to add 20 megawatts of data center capacity. Read More

Top 5 Data Center Stories, Week of March 22

Equinix has filed plans to build up to 1 million square feet of data center space in Ashburn, Virginia. This photo shows one of the many cable trays in an Equinix facility. (Photo: Equinix)

The Week in Review: Equinix files for huge expansion in Ashburn, Facebook open sources its PUE dashboard, new leadership at Digital Realty, The Green Grid outlines a framework for measuring productivity, and Servergy’s bid to rethink green servers. Read More

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