This video features a presentation from Kenneth Brill, Executive Director at the Uptime Institute, at the LISA ’07 conference last November. Read More
Just 54 data centers have volunteered to provide data on their energy usage to the Environmental Protection Agency.
Modular expansion isn’t just for servers or compute power. Several vendors have developed products that allow data center operators to easily expand the power capacity of existing facilities.
Active Power, Inc. (ACPW) has a new customer for PowerHouse, its containerized power systems. Read More
Active Power, Inc. (ACPW) has a new customer for PowerHouse, its containerized power systems.
If current trends continue unchecked, data center greenhouse gas emissions will quadruple by 2020, according to a joint study by the Uptime Institute and McKinsey & Company.
Active Power, Inc. (ACPW) has renewed its global distribution agreement with its largest partner and customer, Caterpillar (CAT).
Nineteen utilities will gather today in San Francisco to discuss collective approaches to “dramatically reduce” data center power usage.
A number of large data center operators are evaluating Manitoba, Canada as a possible location for major projects.
Energy use among the top tier of data centers soared in 2006-2007, rising at a 24 percent annual growth, according to the Uptime Institute.
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