Feature "Data Center"
doteditorial April 2017
Dr. Béla Waldhauser, Leader of the eco Competence Group Datacenter Infrastructure, on powering and greening IT.
Feature "Doing Business in Germany"
Energy is Expensive in Germany – Can This Be a Good Thing?
The high cost of energy in Germany is a result of the country’s transition from fossil fuels and atomic energy to renewables. This could be seen as a marker for a poor market environment – or the opposite, as Mathias Röckel explains.
Industry Insights "Doing Business in Germany"
What's New in eco April 2017
Feature "Energy Efficiency"
Data Centers in the Transformation to Sustainable Energy Consumption
As data centers become ever larger consumers of energy, they have the chance to play a key role in shaping the move towards using more renewable energy and the future energy market. Staffan Reveman of Reveman Energy Academy looks at the hurdles ahead and possible symbioses for data center energy consumption.
Industry Insights "Energy Efficiency"
Why and How the Energy Requirements of Data Centers Are Growing
The Win-Win Situation of Data Center Energy Efficiency
Feature "Renewable Energy"
Blackouts, Renewable Energy, and Powering IT Reliably
Volatile renewable energy is increasingly important for national and internationally connected power grids, but, according to Judith Ellis, care is needed to provide stable power for critical infrastructure and sensitive IT processes.