It was hard to miss the fact that it got really, really warm in Europe (and the rest of the world) this summer. While temperatures are literally soaring to record highs across the continent, there’s a metaphorical heating up taking place in the data center market across Europe, as well. Here’s a look at why.
Microsoft has added a pair of webcams to its underwater data center off the Scottish coast. Also, some reasons liquid cooling might not be right for you and other news from around the world of data centers.
Ever wished you could snap your fingers and, voila, new data center? Well, it’s not quite that easy in real life, but in the spirit of Instor’s commitment to rapid deployments, here’s a 90-second time-lapse video of a data center fit up to help you get through your week.
Let’s say you’re a large telecommunications firm in Houston. Your customers are demanding more and more streaming video, with no signs of slowing. You have existing whitespace, but aren’t sure how to build it out. What do you do? Call Instor. See how we helped.
This week, we take a peek inside IBM and the U.S. Air Force’s new supercomputer that features neuromorphic digital synaptic processing power; Google makes a move in Texas; data centers aren’t dying and other news.