Monthly Archives: March 2012

Google: Our PUE is Lower, and It’s Scrupulous » Data Center Knowledge

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Modern data center borrows medieval security tactics | ITworld

March 26, 2012, 3:45 PM — Its location cannot be disclosed (it is somewhere on the eastern seaboard), has a drainage pond that acts as a moat, and it has seven 20,000-square-foot areas (or pods), all connected. It is Visa’s … Continue reading

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LEED for data centers expected in November | Datacenter Dynamics

LEED for data centers expected in November | Datacenter Dynamics via LEED for data centers expected in November | Datacenter Dynamics.

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#VCE and #VMware: Virtualizing Your #Infrastructure Just Got Easier

#VCE and #VMware: Virtualizing Your #Infrastructure Just Got Easier #datacenter #dcim http://bit.ly/GNCAUe

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Uptime Institute 7th Symposium, Featuring Digital Infrastructure Convergence and a Modular #DataCenter Campus

Uptime Institute 7th Symposium, Featuring Digital Infrastructure Convergence and a Modular #DataCenter Campus http://bit.ly/GG69pg #DCIM

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How data center managers can be prepared for the 10 most common surprises

1. Those high-density predictions finally are coming true: After rapid growth early in the century, projections of double-digit rack densities have been slow to come to fruition. Average densities hovered between 6.0 and 7.4 kW per rack from 2006 to … Continue reading

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Liquid Cooling: The Wave of the Present datacenter dataenters datacentre

Liquid Cooling: The Wave of the Present Jeff Clark March 13, 2012 No Comments » Cooling in most data centers uses air, and it does so for many practical reasons. Air is ubiquitous, it generally poses no danger to humans or equipment, it … Continue reading

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