An estimate says data centers, including edge sites, will soon use four times the energy all data centers used in 2018. Can it be true?
What if instead of always being utility customers, data centers were also energy suppliers, helping operators balance supply and demand on the grid?
Latest research shows that massive gains in computing power are accompanied by only a modest increase in energy use, thanks to efficiency improvements and the shift to the cloud.
European Commission says information and communications technologies must undergo their own “green transformation” to deliver their benefits in a draft plan.
Equinix, QTS, Microsoft, and others rally against the utility's proposed new energy product.
A series of 18 wind and solar deals to bring 1,600MW of generation capacity total to grids local to its data centers and offices.
You know how much power you use in a colo. In the cloud you don’t.
As weather becomes increasingly unpredictable, so do prices in the state’s uniquely deregulated energy market.