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Uptime Institute’s 2022 Global Data Center Survey reveals industry's need to achieve meaningful efficiency gains, evolve sustainability reporting practices, and prevent costly outages.
The suite of solutions creates an innovative user experience, increases resiliency in operations, and improves worker productivity.
Liquid immersion cooling is easy to deploy quickly, incrementally, and cost effectively, and it reduces energy costs.
The Uptime Institute looks at three key predictions for the data center industry in 2022, and their impact on facility management.
With support from Google, Meta, and Microsoft, the Institute has launched an online tool listing hundreds of career possibilities in the fast-growing global digital infrastructure industry.
Results of this 11th annual survey reveal challenges related to sustainability, outages, and efficiency amid capacity growth.
Data centers are one of the most energy-intensive building types, consuming 10 to 50 times more energy per square foot than a typical office building.
Insight for Batteries advanced battery monitoring service upgraded with automated time to replace metric that allow customers to optimize useful life and maximize ROI on critical battery assets.
Uptime Institute has identified factors expected to impact data center facilities management this year and in the future.
Maximizing uptime and efficiency while minimizing cost requires analyzing a large number of highly dynamic variables.
In a virtual tour, the Department of Energy recognized Iron Mountain Data Centers for its commitment to energy efficiency through the Better Buildings Challenge.
In its 10th annual Global Data Center Survey, Uptime Institute finds this growing sector is adapting to rapid change on multiple levels.
The Internet of Things (IoT) and the underlying data centers technology will play a pivotal role in the formation of the “new normal."
Uptime Institute has identified factors impacting data centers for this year and beyond.
As impacts of COVID-19 continue, an advisory report produced by Uptime Institute shares best practices to reduce risk associated with operating critical infrastructure facilities.
The new Solstice® E-Cooling heat transfer agents from Honeywell cool data centers and other electronic applications with greater efficiency and reduced environmental impact.
Uptime Institute report identifies key data center trends for 2020, and finds industry is expanding and increasingly embracing new technologies.
The updated standard enables operators and designers to use the latest and most effective equipment and techniques to achieve energy efficiency in data centers, while avoiding potential reliability issues.
Does this lighting related technology have the capability to be the next step in the natural evolution of wireless internet technology indoors?
Failure to properly manage this critical part of data center infrastructure can cause serious issues, from increased operating costs to more expensive outages.