Across the globe, the data center industry is experiencing exponential market demand that’s only expected to continue rising. In fact, the industry is anticipating growth of around $90 billion by 2024.
From its independent power grid to centralized location, here are the main decision considerations in data center site selection for Texas facilities.
Skybox's True 2N Design Provides IT Users Peace of Mind With Concurrently Maintainable Infrastructure
Between natural disasters, network attacks, and the dozens of other potential threats, life in IT is unpredictable. While you can’t eliminate these threats completely, this list of best practices in risk mitigation will help to lessen the impact of consequences.
Skybox Houston One True 2N Dedicated Electrical & Mechanical Infrastructure
The Houston data center landscape is booming and innovating. However, there are still key considerations every organization encounters when selecting the right data center for their IT needs. Whether you need 3kW or 15MW, explore this list before selecting a data center.
Cooling tanks under construction for the Bubba Supercomputer
While immersive cooling has been around since at least the Cray-2 supercomputer, we don’t know of any large-scale HPC deployments beyond a few test machines such as the Tsubame-KFC in Japan and the CRC cluster at TACC. Until now.
DUG CTO Phil Schwan presenting at Rice Oil & Gas conference March 5, 2019
McCloud HPC service being built by Australia’s DownUnder GeoSolutions (DUG) outside Houston is set to become the largest oil and gas cloud in the world this year, providing 250 single-precision petaflops for DUG’s geoscience services business and its expanding HPC-as-a-service