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News & Ideas for the Data-Driven Data Center

Tech Trends: The Importance of Monitoring in Hot-Aisle Containment

Thoughts from Datacenter Dynamics Enterprise While exhibiting at the recent DatacenterDynamics Enterprise event in New York City, I had the opportunity to attend a thought-provoking session from Sabey Data Centers: Technology innovation in the data center - improving PUE and WUE and the Mobile Commissioning Assistant. While the VP of Operations was highlighting the different designs and builds of their data centers, he also addressed the different cooling models that each facility used. It was interesting to learn how the various data centers dealt with cooling by using different techniques, each unique to the facility’s layout and surrounding environment. It led me to think about the link between cooling and RF Code’s work in data center optimization, and how no cooling model can be complete without a variety of monitoring solutions. 
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The Tenant's Plight

on Mon, Mar 14, 2016 By | Sylverre Polhemus | 0 Comments | environmental monitoring sensor networks corporate
The RF Code main office renovation was supposed to be minor: a little paint, some reconfigured cubicles, a few new pieces of equipment. Nothing disruptive. The work taking place in the offices next door was rather more substantial—and some of that spilled over into our space.
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An Internet of Things Future is Already Here – What Does it Mean?

on Mon, Jul 28, 2014 By | RF Code | 0 Comments | big data IoT sensor networks internet of things wearable technology
  Our previous discussion around wearable technology and its potential impact on the data center raised some important questions around always-on sensor networks, the Internet of Things (IoT) and intelligent infrastructure.
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Wearable Technology's Big Data Could Wear Out Your Data Center

The first generation of Google Wear technology was released last week, bringing with it a new era of interaction, connectedness and in the long run, potential strain on the world’s data centers.
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