Cool is hot in the 21st Century server room.
| Server-news Article Published January 25, 2012
The PWS-1K03B-1R uninterruptable power supply (UPS) offers redundant battery backup.
| Trends Article Published May 6, 2011
Follow the Google's data center efficiency model when designing, locating and equipping your own data center.
| Hreviews Article Published December 4, 2008
Hard-Core Hardware: Emerson Network Power, parent company of Liebert Precision Cooling Brand, has product designed to cool every server room -- from those that can fit into a closet to large data centers.
| Hreviews Article Published November 13, 2008
Hard-Core Hardware: Every watt saved at the server component level increases three-fold as it it works its way back through the power and cooling infrastructure. This step-by-step guide runs the numbers and shows you how to shave nearly 30 percent off your power and cooling costs without impacting processes.
| Trends Article Published November 13, 2008
Greening your data center won't necessarily reduce your electricity bill, but it will save you money. Lots of money. Here's what you should be doing right now.
| Trends Article Published August 12, 2008
As more processing power gets crammed into the same amount of real estate, it is becoming increasingly challenging to get rid of excess heat. The latest solution -- water.
| Hreviews Article Published July 31, 2008
Switch Communications Group's SuperNAP Colocation Facility in Las Vegas aims to match blade density with affordable power and cooling. Will it be a lucky bet for power-starved enterprises?
| Hreviews Article Published July 28, 2008
The environment in your server room is nearly as important as the equipment itself. Find out which products are best for getting better acquainted.
| News Article Published October 12, 2007
The latest addition to Project Big Green is a "gas gauge" for its mainframes that will enable customers to monitor the precise energy consumption of their systems in real time.
| News Article Published September 21, 2007
Intel has compiled a number of solutions for Linux shops that are designed to curb power usage.
| News Article Published September 6, 2007
The latest in energy management: Turn servers off when they're not needed.
| News Article Published August 8, 2007
The non-profit consortium dedicated to advancing energy efficiency will begin benchmarking energy inefficiency and data center costs. Data collection through a number of surveys will be the first step.
| News Article Published July 25, 2007
Thermal Zone Mapping, technology designed to identify energy efficiency trouble spots in the data center is introduced, while Dynamic Smart Cooling receives some finishing touches before next month's launch.
| Tutorials Article Published July 9, 2007
Energy conservation can be as simple as shutting off servers at the end of the day or using efficiency ratings on power supplies to guide purchases. To get started, the Kill-A-Watt cumulative kilowatt-hour monitor is a quick and inexpensive way to measure how much energy you're saving or consuming.
| Tutorials Article Published June 18, 2007
Power supplies are one area where going cheap doesn't pay. Inferior power supplies can cause slowdowns, lockups, crashes and worse. The right product is one way to ensure systems remain healthy and stable.
| Trends Article Published June 14, 2007
Fix one and demand for the other may skyrocket. What steps can you take to mitigate both?
| Trends Article Published June 13, 2007
As blade servers and multi-core processors become more prevalent in the server room, the role of uninterruptible power supplies is changing and becoming even more important.
| Trends Article Published April 18, 2007
From hot-aisle containment cubes to water-based systems, rack cooling is hot. APC-MGE, Knurr, Liebert and Rittal strutted their best stuff at the CeBIT technology fair in Germany last month.
| Trends Article Published February 15, 2007
From Dell to University of Pennsylvania to Midwest ISO, power, server density and virtualization are the top-of-mind issues confronting data centers of all sizes and industries.
| News Article Published December 8, 2006
The U.S. Department of Energy thinks so, and an unlikely consortium of AMD, Intel, HP, Dell, IBM and others have come together to rally around the cause.
| News Article Published December 5, 2006
With its new PowerEdge Energy Smart 1950 and 2950 models, Dell entered the energy efficiency race this week.
| Hreviews Article Published November 20, 2006
Energy efficiency has become a top priority for chip vendors, OEMs and cooling vendors, alike.
| Tutorials Article Published October 25, 2006
Power and cooling issues pervade the data center. Storage is no exception to this. Its power consumption in the data center is now approaching that of servers.
| Hreviews Article Published September 25, 2006
In the next five years, power failures and power availability limitations may halt data center operations in more than 90 percent of companies. A UPS and a strategy for reducing power output is one way to be in the other 10 percent.
| Hreviews Article Published September 11, 2006
Water in the server room? Thanks to new cooling technologies, it's not only there when a natural disaster strikes. Liquid cooling and better rack designs are two ways enterprises are keeping the server room cool and energy costs down.
| Tutorials Article Published September 6, 2006
The impact of rising energy costs is being felt beyond the server room. IS organizations can no longer remain in the dark.
| News Article Published August 3, 2006
In the 21st Century server room, power and cooling are fast becoming top concerns. IBM has released new products and services to address these challenges at the chip, server, and data center layers.
| News Article Published May 5, 2006
HP is touting a holistic approach to energy savings in the data center that it claims will cut costs.