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Power and Cooling Requirements for Storage Servers

We’re all swimming in data these days, with the explosion of structured and unstructured data driven by the increased adoption of AI, IOT, and Big Data applications among others. There has been an equal explosion in underlying storage technologies, with flash, persistent memory, SSDs and the like driving incredible storage capacity and flexibility. A single […]

Colovore Adding 2MW Capacity in Santa Clara

Colovore is adding much-needed capacity to the severely supply-constrained Bay Area colocation market. Construction is underway for a 2MW expansion, which we expect to deliver in late Q2/ early Q3. Colovore continues to lead the way in Bay Area colocation, delivering highly-scalable power and cooling while significantly reducing TCO.   Our Ready-To-Go, 45U Cabinets Feature: […]

Bandwidth IG and Colovore Bring New Network Solutions to Northern California

We are pleased to announce that Bandwidth IG, a dark metro network fiber provider in Northern California, has deployed its infrastructure at Colovore and is now available for service. Bandwidth IG serves hyperscale, enterprise and data center customers in Silicon Valley with high-throughput, low-latency connectivity and is an ideal option for customers deploying dense, data-intensive HPC, […]

Colovore and Liqid Deliver an Optimized IT Environment and Solution

We are pleased to showcase this case study with our partner Liqid, provider of composable HPC and AI infrastructure. For those interested in deploying flexible, adaptive GPU platforms and supercomputers, Colovore and Liqid have teamed up to provide an optimized IT environment and solution. Colocating Liqid’s composable infrastructure platform, which allows users to dynamically configure servers with specific […]

Designing for Density: AI Brings Denser Racks into Multi-Tenant Data Centers

Co-Founder Ben Coughlin was featured in a recent article on Data Center Frontier discussing how the growing adoption of AI and HPC applications poses major challenges in legacy data center and low-density environments, and how Colovore’s liquid cooling and power densities of 50 kW per cabinet are optimized for AI infrastructure deployments. Source: Data Center Frontier […]

Colovore Partners with Exxact to Deliver Fully-Managed DGX A100 Solution

Santa Clara, CA, September 2, 2020 – Colovore, Silicon Valley’s leader in high-performance colocation for high-performance computing, announced it has partnered with Exxact Corporation, a leading provider of HPC, AI and IT solutions, to offer a fully-managed NVIDIA DGX™ A-100 offering, a turnkey private AI infrastructure cloud. The DGX solution is delivered directly to Colovore, racked […]

Colovore Announces Expansion, 50 kW Cabinet Capacities, and Direct Liquid Cooling Options

Colovore Adds Much Needed 3.5MW High-Density Colocation Capacity to Silicon Valley Santa Clara, CA – August 18, 2020 – Colovore, the Bay Area’s leading provider of high-performance colocation for high-performance computing infrastructure, today announced that it has expanded again and now has 3.5 MW of high-density capacity currently available in supply-constrained Silicon Valley. Colovore continues […]

AI Server Power Consumption and Thermal Considerations

Peter Harrison was featured in a recent article on TechTarget covering tools and tips to track server power consumption. Big Data, HPC and AI servers have unique power and cooling requirements which have significant ramifications for data center environments and operational reliability. Source: TechTarget

Quick Tips With Server Technology

Data center infrastructure provider ServerTech partnered with us to launch a series of video tips regarding high-density colocation, power requirements, and in-cabinet PDU considerations. We hope you will find these tips informative and helpful, and they are especially relevant for anyone deploying HPC or AI servers.   Part 1: Introduction – Density is pushing for […]

It’s Getting Hot In Here: Rack Density is Rising – Are Datacenters Ready?

Leading IT services and data center research and advisory firm, 451 Research, recently published a report titled “It’s Getting Hot In Here: Rack Density is Rising – Are Datacenters Ready?” The report discusses the growing deployments of HPC and AI applications, the rapidly-rising power and cooling densities per server cabinet required by this infrastructure, and […]