18 kilowatts (kW) is a lot of power.
According to eia.gov, the average US residential utility customer consumes just 1.3 – 1.8 kW of electricity. So 18 kW is about the same amount of power... Read More
The last time I wrote about SOC 2 reporting, it was still very new. I was still learning about these standards, and as a result, may not have been as exacting as you might have wanted. I also... Read More
The other day I was flying out of the Newark airport. Crushed into coach, having been awake for the last 20 hours, my neighbor and I struck up a conversation about what we did for a living. As... Read More
Bear with me. This has a point related to data centers and your business.
So the other night, I am driving home. It’s late because I work ridiculous hours. About a mile from my house, there... Read More
I think it’s fair to say that Google has done some pretty innovative things. They seem to be a smart and focused bunch of people. Not surprisingly, companies with talented, focused people... Read More
A customer recently tweeted asking us, “What is SOC 2 and what makes it better?”
In 140 characters:
SOC 2 assures clients we use systems to protect their data. It audits security, availability,... Read More
It’s been a pretty exciting weekend so far here at Internap. IT IQ has taken on a whole new meaning.
As you may have heard, at around 1:30 AM local time, Internap’s original Seattle P-NAP®... Read More
I love it when my work and home lives collide around a lesson. In my free time, I like to run. When I get the chance, I read a number of running blogs and magazines. I recently ran across an... Read More
The amount of power consumed in a modern data center is generally incomprehensible. One hundred MW (that’s megawatts) of power can operate just one Apple, Google, Yahoo! or Facebook data... Read More
Commoditization is a word that most service providers don’t want to hear. It’s generally insulting to be viewed as undifferentiated from the rest. Zebras, I think, find this maddening (see... Read More