Category Archives: Data Center Infrastructure Management
Direct Access (DA) power allows energy users to competitively source electricity directly from third-party energy suppliers, while still remaining power distribution service customers of a utility. This enables businesses to capture the full benefits of deregulation and aids their strategic energy procurement process. For Infomart Data Centers, it allows the provider to be more sustainable and also yield substantial electricity savings that it can ultimately pass through to tenants.
This is a unique offering for a data center provider; one that earned Infomart the 2016 infoTECH Spotlight Data Center Excellence Award from TMC. Infomart buys power on the open market, directly from the same suppliers that sell to utility companies. This allows the company to offer a custom energy mix based on specific property and customer requirements.
Expanding a data center can be a stressful undertaking, especially when it comes to complicated merger and acquisition activities. It pays to have access to a team of experts to oversee the project every step of the way.
One company offering this service is Competitive Telecoms Group (CTG), which is one of the leading consulting and recruiting companies in the telecommunications and data center space. CTG now has nearly 100 global carrier and data center clients, and recently expanded its consulting group with the appointment of industry veteran Larry Fisher to the role of Vice President, Consulting Services.
Charles-Antoine Beyney, CEO, to Present at DCD Enterprise New York
New York — February 28, 2017 — Etix Everywhere, a global data center developer and operator, announces today that its CEO, Charles-Antoine Beyney, will speak at DCD Enterprise New York. The event takes place March 14-15, 2017 at the New York Marriott Marquis in New York, NY.
On Monday, March 14 at 12:50 p.m. in Hall 3, Mr. Beyney will give a presentation titled, “The Evolution of the Smart Data Center.” With ever-advancing technology and application deployment models, as well as a growing demand for hyper-scalability, always-on connectivity, security and efficiency, the smart data center has evolved from a concept to a highly-valued solution in the market.