[WEBINAR] Introduction to International Data Center Standards12 min read

by | Dec 23, 2020 | Blog

Presented By Mark Acton, Independent Consultant, Non Executive Director, EkkoSense  

 
It is imperative to underpin our digital infrastructure with genuine commonly agreed global standards and metrics. These are the tools needed to create consistent benchmarks which support better understanding and continued improvement of the delivery of digital services — in terms of both reliability/availability and energy efficiency. As it stands, the data center standards landscape is a very confusing and difficult arena to navigate through. There are documents and frameworks in existence which are routinely referenced but are not true standards in that they are not recognized by either national or international standards bodies. This lack of cohesion has resulted in a significant degree of competition for the very lucrative market of providing data center certification as well as a lack of common understanding across the data center sector. This presentation will address the issue of certification and take a look at some of the steps being made to truly standardize and globalize the data center standards landscape.

Real-time monitoring, data-driven optimization.

Immersive software, innovative sensors and expert thermal services to monitor,
manage, and maximize the power and cooling infrastructure for critical
data center environments.

 

Redefining Data Center Power and Cooling Optimization

Immersive software, innovative sensors and expert thermal services to monitor,
manage, and maximize the power and cooling infrastructure for critical
data center environments.

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

Subscribe to the Upsite Blog

Follow Upsite

Archives

Airflow Management Awareness Month

Our 6th annual Airflow Management Awareness Month webinar series kicks off on June 8th. Don't forget to reserve your spot!

Cooling Capacity Factor (CCF) Reveals Data Center Savings

Learn the importance of calculating your computer room’s CCF by downloading our free Cooling Capacity Factor white paper.

Pin It on Pinterest