Stephen J. Bigelow, Senior Technology Editor in the Data Center and Virtualization Media Group at TechTarget Inc., has more than 20 years of technical writing experience in the PC/technology industry. He holds a bachelor of science in electrical engineering, along with CompTIA A+, Network+, Security+ and Server+ certifications and has written hundreds of articles and more than 15 feature books on computer troubleshooting, including Bigelow’s PC Hardware Desk Reference and Bigelow’s PC Hardware Annoyances. Follow Steve on Twitter (@Stephen_Bigelow) and LinkedIn.
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Contributions from Stephen J. Bigelow
- Scaling up a data center when demand exceeds capacity
- Options make data center expansion difficult
- OpenFlow requires compliant hardware, software
- Who controls the OpenFlow specification?
- Bloom box fuel cells ease reliance on power grid
- Prevent gray-market mishaps with a few key tactics
- Noise and energy lower with immersion cooling
- Using mineral oil cooling techniques to cut costs
- A fresh look at immersion cooling
- Why sketchy used IT equipment is a problem
- Beware the limitations of KVM over IP
- KVM over IP capabilities usually in server motherboard
- KVM over IP makes remote admin feasible
- Choosing the right server memory
- Boosting local storage performance on virtual servers
- Understanding memory ranks, channels and types
- What are the key differences in PCI Express 3.0?
- What does the future hold for PCI Express?
- Care and feeding for the containerized data center
- Boosting local disk storage for virtual servers