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Creating Ideal Cabinet Ecosystems
16Feb
Creating Ideal Cabinet Ecosystems

It is likely that if you are reading this that you already have your own Data Center that is growing. Great! But as your business demands grow, so does the pressure on your servers and cabinets. Having an ideal ecosystem for your servers and cabinets to be placed can be the difference between streamlined efficiency and total meltdown. What creates the ideal ecosystem for Data Center cabinets? Understanding these core values can help you maintain your existing hardware and assist in improving your growth integration products as well. Structure Cabinets are used because it enables the facility to stack equipment Read More...

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Inside a Bitcoin Facility
07Feb
Inside a Bitcoin Facility

Cryptocurrency is taking off to new heights with an increasing presence in the United States in the form of Cryptocurrency Facilities. These are beginning to pop up throughout the country and increasingly being expanded due to growth within the industry. Wonder what the inside of a Bitcoin Facility looks like? Here is an in-depth look at the makings of Cryptocurrency!

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DCS Data Centers to Attend Data Centre World
24Jan
DCS Data Centers to Attend Data Centre World

DCS Data Centers will be in attendance of Data Centre World in London March 21st & 22nd. Whatever level of data centre you run, there’s one way you will be able to run it better and that’s to be at Data Centre World 2018. This event will bring you an unrivalled line up of world-class suppliers to the data centre sector, thousands of hours of free content from over 600 of the industry’s leading practitioners and first class peer networking opportunities. Data Centre World has grown a phenomenal amount since its launch back in 2008. Join and celebrate this special edition. That’s 10 years of DCW Read More...

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Amazon Narrows Headquarter Search to 20 Cities
22Jan
Amazon Narrows Headquarter Search to 20 Cities

Amazon said Thursday it narrowed the list of potential sites for its second headquarters to 20 locations. Amazon said it will spend $5 billion in the place where it builds its second headquarters and will employ 50,000 there. The company previously said it was looking at metropolitan areas with 1 million people and a stable, business-friendly environment. The remaining 20 places are: Atlanta Austin, Texas Boston Chicago Columbus, Ohio Dallas Denver Indianapolis Los Angeles Miami Montgomery County, Md. Nashville, Tenn. Newark, N.J. New York City Northern Virginia Philadelphia Pittsburgh Raleigh, N.C. Toronto Washington, D.C. The e-commerce giant received 238 proposals Read More...

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DCS Supports The Maryland State Police Polar Bear Plunge
19Jan
DCS Supports The Maryland State Police Polar Bear Plunge

DCS Data Centers is proud to support The 2018 Maryland State Police Polar Bear Plunge. This plunge assists in raising funds for Special Olympics of Maryland. This includes 7,549 athletes that are members of Special Olympics of Maryland. Every January over 10,000 courageous plungers head to Sandy Point State Park seeking thrills and chills all to benefit the 7,549 athletes of Special Olympics Maryland. The Maryland State Police Polar Bear Plunge is a fundraising event in which individuals pledge $75 or more for the chance to plunge into the Chesapeake Bay in January in support of 7,549 athletes around the Read More...

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Cooling Data Center Facilities vs. Heat Producers
12Jan
Cooling Data Center Facilities vs. Heat Producers

One of the hottest topics in the Data Center Industry focuses on how we cool the facility. With an emphasis on energy efficiency, designers are now focusing on new ways to maintain a constant, cool temperature without having to chill an entire facility. Engineers are now focusing on chilling only the parts producing heat instead of pumping the entire Data Center with arctic air. It makes operational sense to maintain the facility at a acceptable temperature, while chilling only necessary products within the Data Center. Learn more about the concept with this video!

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Virginia Beach Looks to Add Data Centers
10Jan
Virginia Beach Looks to Add Data Centers

In a move to attract more data center investment into the Tidewater area, the city of Virginia Beach has dropped the tax rate on equipment purchases by 10% of the previous rate.  This takes the initial tax rate of 4% down to .4% on products such as IT, power equipment, cooling equipment and additional products needed for a Data Center facility. Many turn to Northern Virginia when thinking of popular Data Center locations, as it leads the United States in new facilities, but Virginia Beach is hoping these tax incentives will drive new facilities to consider construction in the area. Read More...

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DCS Supports Muscular Dystrophy Association
08Jan
DCS Supports Muscular Dystrophy Association

DCS Data Centers, a mission critical facility design-builder headquartered in Annapolis, MD has donated over $11,000 to the Muscular Dystrophy Association of Greater Washington. “MDA is leading the fight to free individuals — and the families who love them — from the harm of muscular dystrophy, ALS and related muscle-debilitating diseases that take away physical strength, independence and life. We use our collective strength to help kids and adults live longer and grow stronger by finding research breakthroughs across diseases, caring for individuals from day one and empowering families with services and support in hometowns across America.” DCS Data Centers Read More...

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The Data Center Trend for 2018
08Jan
The Data Center Trend for 2018

A New Year brings new advances in the Data Center & Mission Critical industries. DCS strives to stay ahead of the changing technologies and prides itself in being in early integrator of advances. Recently Data Center Frontier hosted a Roundtable to discuss changes in the Data Center industry and the impact this would have on facilities. One trend in particular stands out among the rest.   Renewable Energy to Lead in Facility Operation James Leach, believes companies will begin to move away from Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) to true renewable sources such as wind & solar. “In 2018, expect data Read More...

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DCS Gives to Charities This Holiday Season
18Dec
DCS Gives to Charities This Holiday Season

DCS Data Centers is committed to supporting causes that are near and dear to our company’s heart. Each year DCS commits to providing a donation to numerous charities, foundations and other organizations that strive to better our communities and support those who fight for our freedoms. The following groups were chosen by DCS Data Centers and provided with a donation on behalf of the Company: Wounded Warrior Project: $5,000. Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) serves veterans and service members who incurred a physical or mental injury, illness, or wound, co-incident to their military service on or after September 11, 2001 and their Read More...

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