Across the board, 2019 was a banner year for the data center industry. With larger capital investments and incredible advancements in application software, the industry exceeded expectations and saw an unmatched level of growth.
Automation, 5G, and continued growth of the edge set to make 2020 a year to remember
Out with the old, in with the new.: 2019 presented another banner year for the data center industry.
As the data center industry ushers in 2020, we wanted to take a look back on 2019’s predicted trends to see how we fared.
Data centers are poised to lead the pack and set the standard for what fundamental climate change initiatives should look like
By the end of the century, scientists predict that global temperatures could rise by as much as ten degrees Fahrenheit. Even in a ‘best-case’ scenario, in which temperatures only rise by two degrees, the effects on entire populations and ecosystems would still be egregious.
The case for immersion cooling grows as rack densities increase rapidly stressing traditional cooling infrastructure
Historically, the only use cases for immersion cooling involved high-performance supercomputers belonging to data processing giants or large institutional laboratories.
Carrier Neutral, Low-Latency Connectivity, & True 2N, N+1, and N Environments for all Computing Needs
Whether you’re a tech start-up or aerospace enterprise, your data must be securely stored somewhere. Here are the benefits of Houston colocation.