Rhonda Ascierto is a Research Director for the Datacenter Technologies and Eco-Efficient IT Channel at 451 Research. Rhonda focuses on datacenter innovation and energy management in datacenters and across the enterprise. She also covers technologies that enable the efficient use of all resources and help to minimize the environmental impact of business activity. Rhonda has been analyzing the crossroads of IT and business for more than 15 years.
Before joining 451 Research, Rhonda was a senior analyst in energy and sustainability IT at Ovum. Previously, she had a successful career as an IT reporter and editor, mostly in Silicon Valley, at a number of well-known publications.
ZincFive, a developer of nickel-zinc battery technology, has acquired its supplier PowerGenix, a pioneer in the nickel-zinc materials market. Together, the companies plan to take their novel battery system to the datacenter sector as an alternative that is relatively efficient, safe and environmentally friendly.
Datacenter operators and major customers are facing bewildering choices and challenges as datacenters industrialize operations. Technology, architectures, economics, resilience, connectivity, competition and compliance are all major issues that will be discussed at the 451 Datacenter Executive Summit in New York.
Nlyte has been busy following its acquisition of datacenter monitoring specialist FieldView. It has rewritten its platform and launched features aimed at the US government and colocation providers, and is developing new ways for its data to be exploited by third-party systems.
The global provider has invested in highly available, efficient datacenters to support its colocation business and future expansion of its cloud, hosting and other services.
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