Author: George Simms

Data Centers to Invest in More Renewable Energy

Keeping up with the news this week that the EPA had passed a bill to cancel the Clean Power Plan, one story from The Onion that suggested that the EPA should just become “The Agency” suddenly appears less like parody and more like a reasonable response to what happened. While the US EPA appears to […]

PayPal to Reduce Greenhouse Emission

PayPal said that it would reach net-zero greenhouse emissions before 2040 as part of its efforts to find solutions for mobile payments to mitigate climate change. The payments company has promised to utilize renewable electricity to run its data centers before 2023 and a 25 percent reduction in operating greenhouse gas emissions in 2025. This […]

High-Performance Polymer for Data Center Purposes

Businesses are spending in R&D to develop liquid cooling in HPC and data center operations in response to rising performance requirements. As a result, a growing number of creative ways and new materials are now accessible, allowing thermal planners to meet liquid cooling demands utilizing a variety of system types and designs. The ability of […]

China’s Digital Infrastructure Causes Growing Emission

One obstacle to the government’s objective of attaining net-zero by 2060, according to Greenpeace, is digital infrastructure. According to Greenpeace, the carbon footprint from China’s rapidly expanding digital infrastructure is expected to any more than double in 2035, posing a new obstacle to the administration’s ambitious target of attaining net-zero before 2060. According to a […]

The Possibility for Green Data Center

Early this year, a group of European data center operators inked a deal agreeing to place specific green data center initiatives and set timelines for doing so. The main concern of future data center green laws was the driving force for the pact. With the announcement of a new European Parliament early the year before, […]

Google’s Big Steps Towards 24/7 Renewable Energy Operations

Google, which contests with Facebook for the position of world’s biggest major consumer of sustainable power, launched a fresh round of renewable energy projects today, proclaiming it to be the biggest global investment in sustainable energy in memory. A total of 1,600MW of production capacity will be added to networks around its data centers and […]

Choosing the Right Quick Disconnects

When it comes to developing data center architecture, implementing an efficient, practical, and reliable cooling system to reduce waste heat from servers is becoming increasingly important. Large air cooling systems and large volumes of airflow are employed to eliminate heat within many data center setups. It’s critical to check for design and performance aspects when […]

The Reasons behind Recent Website Outages

On Tuesday, an outage at Fastly Inc., a cloud-based media infrastructure that feeds many of the world’s most popular websites, knocked off large parts of the internet. Many major corporations employ Fastly, one of many essential website and application cloud services, to deliver things to millions of consumers at once. Rather than keeping all website […]