Monthly Archives: September 2012

New York Times Article: More Computing yields bigger impacts to the environment. (Duh!)

On September 22nd, the New York Times ran an article entitled “The Cloud Factories: Power, Pollution and the Internet” authored by James Glanz which has caused a bit of a stir throughout the industry. (see link below) Primarily because it was … Continue reading

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Real-Time Monitoring: A Utility Fabric Approach

Since the very beginnings of the DCIM industry, Real-Time monitoring has always been connected to the segment. Regardless of whose definition is used, DCIM is built upon the need to gather extensive amounts of operational and asset data, store that … Continue reading

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