Modern Manhattan Data Center’s Secret: Gas Turbines
- October 9, 2012
If you’re thinking about saving energy in your data center, consider the efforts of Peter Feldman, CEO of DataGryd. His firm has designed a co-generation facility for 240,000 square feet of data center space in the heart of Manhattan.
Read full article from InformationWeek
DataGryd and AMSC to Discuss The New “Green” in Data Center Technology at GDCON Bay Area
- October 8, 2012
Peter Feldman and Jack McCall will discuss technology innovations including advancements in cogeneration and new high-power, low voltage direct current (LVDC) superconductor power cables that are setting apart the newest generation of data centers.
Interop: Data center operators in for a world of change
- October 4, 2012
The challenges posed by some of the hottest trends in modern business IT, such as cloud computing and BYOD, as well as simple facts of life like increasing server density and commensurate energy costs, all point to vast increases in demand for computing resources. “The more power and more density you put in it, the more your energy costs are going to go up,” said DataGryd CEO Peter Feldman.
DataGryd CEO to Speak at Interop New York on “What’s Next in Data Centers”
- October 1, 2012
DataGryd, a leader in green urban data center design, today announced its participation in this year’s Interop New York. With Network Computing editor Mike Fratto as moderator, leaders in the industry will discuss technologies that will be used in data centers over the next 12-18 months, and how they can be leveraged to achieve greater efficiency.
A Journey to the Internet through Telecom’s Past
- June 21, 2012
The vocabulary of the internet includes words like “digital universe,” “cyberspace” and, now, the “cloud.” Most people think of the internet as nebulous, but — in New York City, at least — the internet’s infrastructure is a lot closer than it sounds. It’s hiding in plain sight in the city’s old telecommunications buildings.
Listen to the WNYC radio interview