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Links 1 through 10 of 19 by Ken Robson tagged power

These ideas were first based on a large research project into national culture differences across subsidiaries of a multinational corporation (IBM) in 64 countries. Subsequent studies by others covered students in 23 countries, elites in 19 countries, commercial airline pilots in 23 countries, up-market consumers in 15 countries, and civil service managers in 14 countries. These studies together identified and validated five independent dimensions of national culture differences:

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We are currently in the biggest data center construction boom in history. At the same time, this boom is dramatically weakening the future flexibility and financial performance of information technology.

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I’m a 38 year old software developer who’s spent the bulk of his adult life behind the keyboard. I’ve gone through iterations of software that most people don’t even know existed, including several assembler programs. So, “What’s an assembler?

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Many data centers are welcoming liquid cooling into their infrastructures to achieve better cooling efficiency. This buyer's guide to liquid cooling in the data center looks at some of the available products. There are a couple different approaches to dat

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As electronic systems get faster, they get noisier and hotter. Current thermal management solutions are falling behind. Current solutions do not scale fast enough to keep up with the performance curve. Moore’s Law rates of performance improvement are be

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irqbalance is a Linux* daemon that distributes interrupts over the processors and cores you have in your computer system. The design goal of irqbalance is to do find a balance between power savings and optimal performance. To a large degree, the work irqb

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ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface) is an open industry specification co-developed by Hewlett-Packard, Intel, Microsoft, Phoenix, and Toshiba. ACPI establishes industry-standard interfaces enabling OS-directed configuration, power management

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Abstract: A data center is a computer room containing a dense aggregation of commodity computing, networking and storage hardware mounted in industry standard racks. With the evolution of microprocessor fabrication technology and the increasing demand of

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Abstract: The data center plays a more and more important role with the increasing demands of internet and commodity computing. As a result of the evolution of the microprocessor and increasing demands of customers, the power density in data centers becom

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