Power

Power Grid Hacking Back in the News

Can hackers disable the U.S. power grid? This issue, which has been debated for years in the security community, is once again in the news after a segment on cybersecurity on CBS’ 60 Minutes Sunday night, which reports that hackers disabled parts of the power grid in Brazil in 2005 and 2007. 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

Energy Notes: Bramfitt to Depart PG&E

Energy Notes: Mark Bramfitt, the electric utility industry’s most visible ambassador to the data center sector, says he is leaving his post at PG&E. But before he goes, Bramfitt shares lots of insights on trends in data center energy efficiency and power usage. Read More

Energy Notes: Bramfitt to Depart PG&E

Energy Notes: Mark Bramfitt, the electric utility industry’s most visible ambassador to the data center sector, says he is leaving his post at PG&E. But before he goes, Bramfitt shares lots of insights on trends in data center energy efficiency and power usage. Read More

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