Data center physical security and fire suppression News
November 05, 2010
Data centers are no longer required to put the big red kill-switch on exit doors, thanks to a committee that convinced the NFPA to revisit its data center EPO regulation.
June 17, 2009
A lightning strike and downed servers haven't deterred users from Amazon's cloud resources, which are still cheaper and better than customers can achieve in-house.
June 04, 2008
Downtime struck one-third of the customer base of the Planet, a Houston-based hosting company, after an explosion in an underground conduit that ushers utility power to the site was compromised.
June 03, 2004
Keeping a data center's bricks and mortar safe is just as important as locking down those bits and bytes.
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Using tanks filled with inert gas to protect the data center from fires requires proper placement to avoid danger if a rupture occurs. Continue Reading
Plastic curtains in the data center are one method of hot aisle/cold aisle containment to keep equipment cool and save energy costs. Continue Reading
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