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How memory failure prediction keeps data centers and the digital economy up and running
The data center, now rightly classified by governments worldwide as essential critical infrastructure, has become for business and society what oxygen is for the ultramarathon runner, writes Intel general manager of data center management solutions Jeff Klaus.
How can active front end drives reduce operating and capital costs for data centres?
Using variable speed drives for cooling can yield significant improvements in data centre energy consumption. But drives can come with their own hidden costs in terms of a potentially adverse effect on the overall power system.
Why Southeast Asia is at the forefront of a new wave of sustainable data centers
The APAC region is set to be the biggest market for data centers by 2021, with a total market size to be around US$28 billion by 2024 for colocation data centres, according to a new joint report from Digital Realty and Eco-Business.
Southeast Asia to be fastest-growing data center region - report
The report reveals the extent to which the region, led by Singapore, has seen exponential growth in data demand in the past few years —mostly a result of rapid expansion of enterprises in the region, driving demand for robust regional IT infrastructure.