Data Center Metrics

Data Center Providers Are Adjusting for High Density IT Operations

Originally posted to TelecomNewsroom, The level of density an organization needs their IT infrastructure to accommodate depends on the computational intensity of its applications, and by extension, its power usage, along with the amount of space [...]

Director of Strategic Alliances of TrendPoint, Brian White Talks Upcoming Company Developments and Data Center World Participation

Q&A with Data Center POST’s Contributing Editor, Kathy Xu Data Center POST recently had the opportunity to speak with Brian White, Director of Strategic Alliances of TrendPoint. We discussed Mr. White’s upcoming participation at Data Center [...]

Epsilon Delivers Intelligent Networking for Daisy Worldwide

UK-based Daisy Worldwide, part of Daisy Group Ltd, benefits from intelligent routing and end-to-end quality of service with intelligent networks connecting New York, London, Singapore and Hong Kong. LONDON, 10 May 2016 – Epsilon, a privately [...]

Do Report Cards Still Haunt CIOs?

There’s a CIO from Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY who figured out predictive analytics can tell if a student is likely to fail a course by the third week in a semester. By analyzing in-class behavior [...]

Data Center IQ Survey – A Look at Cost, Deployment, and Risk

Originally posted on Data Center Frontier by Bill Kleyman Cost of Downtime is a popular number and a useful metric to have when making the case for additional resources. (Photo courtesy of Emerson Network Power) Today’s business [...]

Keys to Effective Fiber Optic Cable Installation

Originally posted on Data Center Frontier Duke Robertson, from Chatsworth Products shares a few best practices for fiber optic cable installation in your data center. The National Electric Contractors Association (NECA), along with the Fiber Optic [...]

Bare Metal Switching Stall Continues; Data Center Networking Market Up 6 Percent in 2015

By Cliff Grossner, Ph.D., senior research director, data center, cloud and SDN, IHS Technology Analysis The global data center network equipment market, including data center Ethernet switches, application delivery controllers (ADCs) and WAN optimization appliances (WOAs), grew [...]

Wholesale Carriers: Putting the End-User First

By Daniel Freedman, Vice President, Operations, iMiller Public Relations The end-user is very much in the driver’s seat as wholesale carriers decide where to invest and how to best monetize new technologies such as the Internet [...]

3 Key Reasons Behind the Creation of Open-IX

  According to EMC Corporation, the digital universe is doubling in size every two years.  It will experience 10-fold growth from 4.4 trillion gigabytes in 2013 to 44 trillion gigabytes in 2020. Throughout this period, however, [...]

Contribute To The Data Center Community

By: Daniel Freedman Here’s a special invitation to reach colleagues, prospects, and partners in the data center community — without a filter, and for free. Data Center Post is a leading information source that believes in [...]

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