New Year - New Data Center
When we put the holidays behind us and begin to look at the year ahead, many of us take a little time to assess where we’ve been and where we’re going. This is often a period of change. Businesses are examining their 2021 budgets and trying to figure out how to make the numbers wor...
This brief blog is being published to propose a data center repositioning concept for data center owner/operators with facilities designed in the early 2000’s. We would enjoy hearing back from professional data center managers who have an opinion on this concept; either negative or positive.
For the las...
5 Reasons Why Remote Hands is Crucial for Today’s World
Being able to monitor and manage your data center assets remotely is a common challenge with today’s distributed IT architecture. An increasing number of dark, unmanne...
It is no mystery why the summer months put more pressure on your commercial air conditioning equipment. Making sure you are properly taking care of your cooling systems will ensure that you experience a summer of superior performance and indoor comfort. By keeping equipment performing at peak efficiency, you will ensure that your energy costs as low as possible during t...
Technology deployments are never easy. Throw in a pandemic and a load of new safety precautions and you have achieved an even higher degree of difficulty. In order to keep up with demand under today’s redefined standards, many facilities are engaging Compu Dynamics to handle their technology deployments.
There is no doubt that our world is changing and might not
be the same after this pandemic, but Preventive Maintenance will always be
vitally important to your facility no matter the circumstances. A proper
Preventive Maintenance (PM) plan will ensure that your operations are running
at peak performance and can extend the life expectancy of critical equipment.
As countries implement restrictions on travel during the COVID-19
pandemic, data centers are being included in lists of "essential
infrastructure", and staff are getting exemptions to enable them to
keep facilities online. In these unprecedented times, our main ...
Have you been thinking of making a change to your organization’s IT footprint recently or considering a migration but thought it too difficult a task? In the past, many companies consolidated data centers which had been acquired through...
mid-November, Lee Piazza and I had the opportunity to attend an international high-performance
computing (HPC) conference called SC19 (SuperComputing19), in Denver,
Colorado. In this blog, I’d like to
share a few observations from our trip.
decades ago, if someone used the phrase “data center” in a sentence, the mental
image would bear little resemblance to the massive 100MW+ hyperscale cloud
facilities popping up around the country.
In those early days of ecommerce, a single IT cabinet with eight 4U
servers consuming 2 kW of power was considered state-of-the-art. Most data centers were loc...