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March, 2010

  • 25 March

    Overheating takes down Wikipedia

    It wouldn’t be wrong to say things were heating up at Wikipedia yesterday. According to Data Center Knowledge, a server shutdown caused by overheating at a European data center sent the online encyclopedia down for several hours. Normally when an incident like this occurs, a fail-over mechanism reroutes traffic to …

  • 18 March

    Start-up develops submerged server cooling

    American start-up Green Revolution Cooling has suggested servers do what we do on a hot day: take a swim. The company has created a submerged cooling system that it claims can cool powerful systems at a much smaller cost than traditional methods. Green Revolution developed a non-conductive coolant called GreenDEF …

September, 2009

  • 25 September

    Australian data centers prepare for dust storms

    Everyone knows how dust storms are making everyday life difficult for many Australians, but few realize that this natural disaster is also impacting data centers. According to itNews, the dust storms are clogging ventilation filters in data centers across Syndey and Brisbane. At some, the wind has been so powerful …