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Upsite Technologies Launches New HotLok® 23-inch Blanking Panel to Help Data Center Operators Manage Airflow in Wider Racks

Enhancements in award winning HotLok® product line provides new solution to manage bypass airflow, increase cooling capacity and lower operating cost December 14, 2015 09:10 AM Eastern Standard Time ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Upsite Technologies, Inc., a leader in data center airflow management solutions, announced today a new product addition to its award-winning line of HotLok® Products: a 23-inch Blanking Panel. Created in response to customer demand, Upsite’s new twenty-three inch blanking panel is an extended version of its standard 19-inch HotLok® Blanking Panel. The HotLok® 23-inch Blanking Panel will accommodate the growing trend of wider IT cabinets and the new 23-inch blanking panel is the first snap-in blanking panel in the market designed exclusively for wider IT racks. .@UpsiteTech Launches New HotLok® 23-inch Blanking Panel to Help Data Center Operators Manage Airflow in Wider Racks Tweet this Designed to seal openings […]

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Blog Written by Lars Strong of Upsite Technologies is Featured by DatacenterDynamics

Lars Strong, senior engineer and science officer of Upsite Technologies, wrote a blog featured by DatacenterDynamics.com. Read more: Telco managers: think like data center managers Posted by: Lars Strong 24 November 2015 There’s no escaping cloud computing and everything that it can bring. Multi-tenant, high-density data center models are allowing for a greater number of users, workloads and data points to reside in an ever-distributed infrastructure. With that in mind, telco managers must begin to think outside the box and a lot more like data center managers. The current data center model has truly become the home of all modern technologies. The proliferation of cloud computing, IT consumerization and new ways to deliver content all impact how the data center is designed and deployed. In fact, today’s organizations are actively creating their business strategy around the capabilities of their IT and […]

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Utility Dive Features Future Resource Engineering

In an article from Utility Dive, Future Resource Engineering is featured for its white paper on energy efficiency in data centers. Report: Power-hungry data centers have big potential for efficiency By Robert Walton | December 3, 2015 Dive Brief: A new report out by Future Resource Engineering highlights the energy efficiency potential that exists in data centers, finding more than 24 million kWh of potential savings in 40 locations, Smart Grid News reports. Those efficiencies equate to more than $3.5 million in cost savings and possible incentives, the firm said, while also noting the energy demand for data centers is expected to double in the next five years. Data center specialist Equinix recently announced it had signed power purchase agreements for wind energy in Oklahoma and Texas that will help supply its own data centers with 100% renewable energy. Dive Insight: Growth of […]

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Hurricane Electric is Featured by Capacity Media for Recent PoP Launched at Innovation Place

Hurricane Electric continues to expand its rich global network with a PoP at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada. Read more: Hurricane Electric launches Saskatchewan PoP 24 November 2015 | Laura Hedges Hurricane Electric has launched a PoP at Innovation Place at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada. Innovation Place is a 1.2 million square foot facility spanning 20 buildings and supporting 118 tenant companies in the technology sector, and the launch is designed to provide tenants with access to Hurricane Electric’s global IPv6 internet backbone “Hurricane Electric has always been committed to helping emerging technology companies succeed in an ever-changing technological landscape,” said Reid Fishler, director of carrier services at Hurricane Electric. “We are delighted to provide the tenants at Innovation Place with direct access to Hurricane Electric’s rich global network and look forward to supporting their work as they continue […]

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Future Resource Engineering Identifies High Energy and Cost Savings for Data Centers in 2015

The team of energy efficiency engineers at Future Resource Engineering uncover tremendous energy and cost savings for its clients in 2015. Future Resource Engineering Identifies Over 24 Million kWh of Energy Savings for Data Centers in 2015 Energy efficiency division uncovers more than $2.2 million in cost savings and $1.4 million in utility incentives in data centers across the United States December 01, 2015 10:13 AM Eastern Standard Time FORT COLLINS, Colo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Future Resource Engineering (FRE), a leader in data center operational and power optimization, announced today that it has identified more than 24 million kWh in energy savings which could result in $2.2 million cost savings for its data center clients this year. Additionally, the company identified more than $1.4 million in available utility incentives that these data centers can use to offset the cost of retrofitting while enjoying a faster […]

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OpTerra’s Bluestone Energy Services Appoints Three New Business Development Managers

Bluestone Energy Services LLC, a division of OpTerra Energy Services, announces three new hires after increased demand for turnkey conservation services. Bluestone Energy Services Adds Three Business Development Managers OpTerra’s Commercial & Industrial Division sees growth in volume of energy conservation services November 26, 2015 ARLINGTON, Texas, ENGLEWOOD, Colo., and NORWELL, Mass. — Bluestone Energy Services LLC, a division of Oakland, California-based OpTerra Energy Services and a provider of energy conservation services for commercial and industrial clients, has announced the addition of three business development managers to help meet the growing demand for turnkey energy conservation services. The expansion comes at a time when the two companies prepare to unify under the OpTerra Energy Services name. An energy veteran with more than 10 years of experience in the industry, Philip Mango will be opening the Texas market for OpTerra’s Commercial […]

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Hurricane Electric Opens New Point of Presence at Innovation Place, Located at the University of Saskatchewan

Tenants at Innovation Place will have direct access to Hurricane Electric’s rich global network. New Point of Presence Will Provide Global Internet Transit to Saskatoon’s Advanced Technology Sector November 23, 2015 09:00 AM Eastern Standard Time SASKATOON, Saskatchewan–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Hurricane Electric, the world’s largest IPv6-native Internet backbone, has further extended its global network with the opening of a new Point of Presence (PoP) at Innovation Place, located at the University of Saskatchewan, 110 Maintenance Rd, Suite C2, Saskatoon, SK, S7N 4L5. “We are delighted to provide the tenants at Innovation Place with direct access to Hurricane Electric’s rich global network and look forward to supporting their work as they continue to drive Saskatchewan’s economic development.” By establishing this new PoP at the University of Saskatchewan, the tenants of Innovation Place now have access to one of the world’s most robust global networks. These companies […]

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Milldam Monthly: The Visual Impact

Sign Up for the Milldam Monthly Here THE MILLDAM MONTHLY   In This Issue HUMAN INTEREST PR TIP OF THE MONTH CLIENT NEWS INDUSTRY NEWS UPCOMING INDUSTRY EVENTS Join Our List Issue: #39 November/2015   What grabs your attention the most effectively: text or visuals? The November edition of the Milldam Monthly explores the important roles that visuals can play in our professional lives. Our PR Tip illustrates why publishing visual content is more memorable than standalone text when you’re trying to connect with current or potential clients. As you’ve heard us say many times, adding a graphic to your press release or social post is crucial when you’re trying to stand out in a crowd! When you’re looking to gain an edge over the competition, sometimes the speed in which you follow-up can make the difference. This month’s newsletter also considers how […]

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2016 Technology Convergence Conference Announces Keynote Speaker

CEO and co-founder of Wire, Jonathan Christensen, will deliver the keynote address for the 2016 Technology Convergence Conference. Read more: TELEDATA To Deliver 2016 Technology Convergence Conference Keynote The focus will be on new technologies and digitally adept workforce generations. November 10, 2015 TELADATA has announced that CEO and co-founder of Wire, Jonathan Christensen will deliver the keynote address for the Technology Convergence Conference (TCC), taking place on February 25, 2016 in Silicon Valley at the Santa Clara Convention Center, CA. The TCC Keynote, titled “The Evolution of Communication,” will explore the topic in three parts: The history of telecommunications, the evolving landscape of workplace communications with millennials and the introduction of digitally native generation Z, as well as insight into changing global communication privacy. Christensen’s passion is in IP communications, and building specialized teams to solve leading edge engineering problems. With the […]

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Data Centres News Features Hurricane Electric

Data Centres News recently featured Hurricane Electric for its new PoP at Woldpaw’s Edmonton datacentre. Data Centres News Hurricane Electric continues expansion into Canada  Post date: Wednesday, 11 Nov 2015 Hurricane Electric, the world’s largest IPv6-native Internet backbone, has further extended its global network with the opening of a new Point of Presence (PoP) at Wolfpaw’s Edmonton datacentre, located at Suite 301, Tower 2, 10060 Jasper Ave, Edmonton. With increased network capacity through 100GE, 10GE and GigE service, customers of Wolfpaw’s Edmonton facility will be able to satisfy their high-speed IP transit needs, as well as realize lower latency and fewer router hops. Additionally, those same customers will have the ability to exchange IP traffic, or “peer,” with Hurricane Electric’s expansive global network, which is Jumbo Frame (9000 byte MTU) compatible. Hurricane Electric employs a resilient fibre-optic topology, and has four […]

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