Monthly Archives: May 2013

Getting from Sound Bites to Sound Thinking through DCIM Segmentation

If Data Center managers could deploy DCIM sound-bites, it would be so much easier. Fresh off of a handful of industry events which each had significant DCIM content, it still strikes me as surprising just how much mis-communication and sensationalism is still being … Continue reading

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Sneek Peek: The Dynamic Data Center (Circa 2015)

Anyone that follows the data center industry closely has seen an enormous amount of change in the landscape. I am talking about fundamental, physics challenging change and resulting innovation that was deemed ‘impossible’ only a dozen years ago. The common … Continue reading

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Reducing Costs: Some facts about Energy and Operations…

After returning from the AFCOM show in Las Vegas a few days ago, I had a laundry list of topics I wanted to write about. As it turns out, there are so many data center efficiency plays being shown that it’s … Continue reading

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