Industry Perspectives

How Cap & Trade May Impact the Data Center

STEVE YELLEN<BR>
Emerson Network PowerSTEVE YELLEN
Emerson Network Power

Carbon emissions trading schemes are not specifically aimed at data centers, they will impact how data centers operate and the amount of energy used. As a result, data centers will need to implement mechanisms for monitoring, managing and reporting carbon emissions.
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Should You Build or Outsource Your Data Center?

JEFF HINKLE<br>
AtlantaNAPJEFF HINKLE
AtlantaNAP

Is operating a data center your company’s core mission? Many organizations are not equipped to conduct operations at an enterprise level. For data center specialists, operating these facilities is a core value proposition, and as a result the systems are more robust and the operations are more mature and refined. Read More

Data Center Energy Efficiency Through BCM

DAVID DUNN<br>
CoreSiteDAVID DUNN
CoreSite

With economic events intensifying the need for a change in the way power is billed, branch circuit monitoring (BCM) is becoming a benchmark to help both customers and colocation providers face some of their biggest power monitoring challenges. Read More

How Digitization Drives Energy Efficiency

ANTHONY WANGER<br>
i/o Data CentersANTHONY WANGER
i/o Data Centers

The digitization of our economy has dramatically reduced the use of paper and transportation systems. Modern data centers supporting this process contribute to a significant reduction in carbon emissions and overall energy consumption.

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Building the Cloud-Ready Data Center Network

ANDY INGRAM<br>
Juniper NetworksANDY INGRAM
Juniper Networks

The lessons learned from cloud computing can vastly improve the scale, agility, and application service levels of enterprise data centers as well as reduce costs. Achieving these results requires close examination of the network itself, which is the foundation of the cloud-ready data center. Read More

Reaching Self-Actualization in IT Energy Efficiency

ELISABETH STAHL<br>
IBMELISABETH STAHL
IBM

Data center operators can take the heat we don’t want in the data center and reuse it where needed, saving energy and lowering emissions. Companies around the world are already implementing this innovative heat reuse approach, sometimes referred to as “district heating.” Read More

New from DCK: Industry Perspectives

Today we are introducing Industry Perspectives, a new editorial content channel at Data Center Knowledge highlighting thought leadership in the data center arena. It provides industry professionals with the opportunity to contribute articles sharing their insight and expertise. Read More