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  • noun Alternative spelling of data centre.

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  • We had PowerHouse revenues, where we do generate slightly lower margins than we do from UPS systems, and we also had what we call datacenter infrastructure solutions.

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  • Morard added that the current growth of the Latin American datacenter market can be attributed to the obsolescence of the existing installations, which speeds up migration of the technology.

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  • The basic idea in this model is that the distribution of power and cooling throughout the datacenter should be a dynamic process with it being applied as and where needed.

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  • On top of that we are seeing a great deal, of what we would call datacenter expansion in software businesses that are online communities and I think you would probably know some of the big names that would be classified under that I think the online community in general is driving a great deal of this current expansion these people are looking for efficiencies and they are getting that through IT expansion which of course drive the main raw material which includes power cooling and fiber optics.

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  • Through a series of keynote addresses, authoritative presentations, real-life case studies, and panel discussions, expert speakers will tackle the topics of greatest importance to today's CIO, such as datacenter efficiency, data and storage management, security, compliance,

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  • These, he says, will lead to a significant increase in investment focus on areas such as datacenter consolidation, virtualization, cloud computing, outsourcing, business analytics, IT governance, disaster recovery, and security.

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  • I'll give this guy the Uber geek crown if he adds a 200 foot vertical climb to his trip to the "datacenter"

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  • Weill Cornell requires redundant power for its datacenter, meaning that it relies on locally generated power-a finite resource-to meet its energy needs.

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  • Bangalore: IBM in conjunction with Disney have launched a display showcasing an energy efficient datacenter which is being displayed in IBM's SmarterPlanet Exhibit, reports The Datacenter Journal.

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  • "Unless you're running Vista x64 or an expensive" datacenter "or" enterprise edition, "you simply can't use more than 4GB of RAM on a Windows PC."

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