IO Launches UK Data Center With Goldman Sachs as Customer

IO has officially launched a data center in Slough, just outside of London, the company announced Tuesday. This is the Phoenix-based colocation provider’s second data center outside the US and its first UK data center. The facility’s first customer is Goldman Sachs. The investment-banking giant was also the first customer […]

DCIM Benefits Versus Costs, Direct, Indirect, and Hidden

This is Part 3 of our five-part series on the countless number of decisions an organization needs to make as it embarks on the DCIM purchase, implementation, and operation journey. The series is produced for the Data Center Knowledge DCIM InfoCenter. In Part 1 we gave an overview of the […]

What University of Cambridge is Learning from Its DCIM Journey

University of Cambridge has a rich history and legacy. It’s the second-oldest university in the English-speaking world and fourth-oldest active university overall. It also has a legacy IT footprint spread across campus, including a diverse set of server rooms and closets serving individual departments without much unified data center management. […]

DCIM: What to Consider Before You Buy

This is the second part of our five-part series on the countless number of decisions an organization needs to make as it embarks on the DCIM purchase, implementation, and operation journey. Read Part 1 here. In part one of this series we examined the vendor promises for DCIM. If your […]

GreenLSI

Undergrad students Undergrad students (estudiantes de Grado y Máster) are welcome to join us and develop their TFG/TFMs in our lab. At GreenLSI you can acquire the technical skills needed for your future job, and also learn what research is and how it works. Learning opportunities Ph.D. students Research at […]

HiPEAC Research Stay by Marina Zapater

Workload and cooling aware optimization techniques to reduce the energy consumption in Data Centers Marina Zapater. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid & Universidad Complutense de Madrid Host Institution: Performance and Energy-Aware Computing Laboratory (PeacLab) at Boston University Energy efficiency in Data Centers has been and continues to be an important research challenge. Data […]

Great presentation: Special issue of Novática journal

On May 29, the presentation of the special issue on Energy Efficiency in Data Centers published in Novática took place in ETSI Telecomunicación UPM Important attendees from different fields were there to listen to experts Gregorio Fernández, Hewlett-Packard, (responsible of business development, Critical Facilities Services) and Simón Viñals Larruga, Intel Corporation Iberia, (Technology Director) […]

New PFC, TFG, TFM and collaboration proposals at GreenLSI

The GreenLSI team is offering some Master Thesis positions (also known as “Proyecto Final de Carrera”, “Trabajo Fin de Grado” and “Trabajo Fin de Máster”) and collaboration oportunities in the area of energy-efficiency in data centers. We are in search of highly motivated students, with either a hardware or software […]

Seminar on Energy-Efficient Data Centers at ETSIT-UPM

José M. Moya attends as invited speaker to the “Advances in Electronic Systems Engineering” seminar, within the M.Sc. in Electronic Systems Engineering (MISE), to present the session on Energy Optimization in Data Centers. Speech title: Energy efficiency beyond PUE: exploiting knowledge about application and resources Abstract: The current techniques for data […]

The Green Grid Holds Its Harvest Festival by Peter Judge

Round here, October is Harvest Festival time. In schools and churches, children who have never seen a field join in celebrations of the things that the earth has produced. These festivals now of course, include celebrations of other forms of harvest, including electiricity and other energy, and I like to […]