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Data Center Workshop: IT Efficiency as In-Demand as Energy Efficiency in New Jersey

Jan 17, 2018

JERSEY CITY, NJ — At CapRE’s recent New Jersey Data Center Operations, Management, and Architecture Workshop, we convened a trio of regional energy experts and insiders to discuss Innovations in Data Center Power Generation & Energy Delivery: Reliability and Competitive Pricing. Below, moderator Brian Klebash, Founder & CEO of CapRE picked their brains on a … Continue reading “Data Center Workshop: IT Efficiency as In-Demand as Energy Efficiency in New Jersey”

 

Data Center Operations Roundtable: To Stay Ahead of Problems, Work With Your End-User

Jan 12, 2018

JERSEY CITY, NJ — Management and operations in the data center arena often comes down to mitigating risk. But at our recent Data Center Operations, Management, and Architecture Summit in New Jersey, we convened a panel of regional industry leaders to talk about how to foster a culture of innovation. Specifically, we touched base with … Continue reading “Data Center Operations Roundtable: To Stay Ahead of Problems, Work With Your End-User”

 

Weighing Emerging Virginia Data Center Sub-Markets: Pay Attention to What’s Happening Between New York & Chicago

Jan 8, 2018

ASHBURN, VA — At CapRE’s recent Mid-Atlantic Data Center Summit in Ashburn, we convened a panel of regional data center experts and insiders to discuss site selection in emerging Virginia sub-markets. This panel covered a range of evergreen topics that dominate any site-selection conversation. After kicking off with a rousing discussion about sustainability in edge … Continue reading “Weighing Emerging Virginia Data Center Sub-Markets: Pay Attention to What’s Happening Between New York & Chicago”

 

The Data Center of the Future: Fewer Enterprise Facilities, More Cloud Initiatives

Jan 3, 2018

JERSEY CITY, NJ — Everyone in the data center game wants to look to the future to anticipate where the industry will be – what end-user will need, expect, and use. But that’s easier said than done – ten years ago, no one was able to accurately predict the juncture that the data center arena … Continue reading “The Data Center of the Future: Fewer Enterprise Facilities, More Cloud Initiatives”

 

The Data Center of the Future: Shrinking Componentry Will Allow for More Elasticity

Jan 2, 2018

JERSEY CITY, NJ — Everyone in the data center game wants to look to the future to anticipate where the industry will be – what end-user will need, expect, and use. But that’s easier said than done – ten years ago, no one was able to accurately predict the juncture that the data center arena … Continue reading “The Data Center of the Future: Shrinking Componentry Will Allow for More Elasticity”

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