Innovative thinkers are constantly thinking of creative ways to save space and money by relocating their data centers – some that you certainly would not expect. One of the biggest reasons to choose an unconventional center is because of their environmentally friendly methods for cooling or redistributing server heat.
Here, we’ll talk about five of the most clever places where data centers have been built or are in the midst of being constructed. Read More
Businesses operating data centers often neglect infrastructure efficiency which costs the business substantial money. According to the Natural Resources Defense Council, U.S. data centers used 91 billion kilowatt-hours to operate in 2013. The organization argues that energy use could have been cut by 40% by optimizing infrastructure for efficiency which could save American businesses upwards of 3.8 billion dollars annually. Power efficiency is a major concern for small-to-medium level implementations, not just for massive server farms. Read More