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Fortune Gets LEED Gold in San Jose

Fortune Data Centers has earned Gold certification for its San Jose, Calif. data center under the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) program for energy-efficient buildings. Read More

Beware Mulch-Driven Downtime

A data center in Australia shut down for an hour on Monday after its VESDA (Very Early Smoke Detection Apparatus) system detected smoke from a mulch fire near the facility. Read More

Power Outage Affects Rackspace Cloud

Rackspace (RAX) reports that parts of its Dallas data center lost power Monday night during testing of power distribution units (PDUs), causing downtime for customers on SliceHost/The Rackspace Cloud. Read More

Data Centers Focus on Greener Power

With carbon regulation looming on the horizon, companies with extensive data center operations are taking a harder look at the origin of their power, and its implications in a regulated environment. Read More

Right-Sizing Your Power Infrastructure

This white paper discusses the ways in which new technologies are impacting power demand patterns, explores the consequences of having too much power capacity or too little and then provides concrete advice on strategies for right¬sizing your power systems. Read More

Roundup: Tilera Debuts 100-Core Processors

Upstart chipmaker Tilera is previewing a new processor featuring 100 cores that can work in parallel, and is touting the energy efficiency of its technology. A roundup of notable analysis and commentary from around the web. Read More

Speeding Up Those Chiller Restarts

Chiller vendors and data center operators are working together to speed up chiller restarts after a power outage, as seen in a recent collaboration between Johnson Controls Inc. (JCI) and RagingWire. Read More

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