Will Iceland become a growth market for data centers? In this special report we examine Iceland's advantages and challenges as a data center destination, and provide an inside look at the power resources that are central to its ambitions.
For an industry consumed by the pursuit of electric power, Iceland presents almost the perfect profile. Iceland presents an interesting test of how far data centers will go for green energy, and the place of renewables in the site selection equation.
Bloom Energy sharpened its focus on the data center industry, and it's paying dividends. CenturyLink/Savvis is another data center that will use the natural-gas-powered fuel cells in its California facility.
Which delivers the best energy efficiency: raised-floor space or a modular data center? It's a hard question to answer in a satisfying fashion without comparing apples and oranges. IO has compared the PUE performance of both models within a single...
In Frankfurt, Equinix is testing a fuel cell that will generate energy but also provide fire suppression by managing the oxygen level in a server room, leaving enough oxygen for staff to breathe comfortably but not enough oxygen to support a fire.