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TIA Names Barbara Labuskes as CFO; Brings in Top Talent for Content Development and International Policy

Arlington, Va. (January 11, 2016) – The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA), the leading association representing the manufacturers and suppliers of high-tech communications networks, is pleased to announce the appointment of Barbara Labuskes as Chief Financial Officer, as well as the addition of Limor Schafman as Director of Content Development and K.C. Swanson as Director of…

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Does the data center BMS/DCIM need its own dedicated UPS?

By TIA Staff | August 2, 2022 | Comments Off on Does the data center BMS/DCIM need its own dedicated UPS?

By: Barry Elliott, Director, Capitoline CEng MIET MCIBSE MBA BSc(Hons) DCE ATD   Should a data centre Building Management System (BMS) or Data Centre Infrastructure Management (DCIM) be powered by the same system that it is monitoring? Most data centre BMS systems are powered by one of the Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) sets used for the Information…

What is ICT Lifecycle Management?

By TIA Staff | July 22, 2022 | Comments Off on What is ICT Lifecycle Management?

With the establishment of TIA’s TR-60 ICT Lifecycle Management Committee and standards development efforts underway, some in the industry may be wondering what exactly ICT Lifecycle Management is and why we need a standard. Let’s take a closer look. The Concept Applies Before we can explain ICT Lifecycle Management, it makes sense to first explain…

Immersion Cooling in the Data Center – the next big thing?

By TIA Staff | July 18, 2022 | Comments Off on Immersion Cooling in the Data Center – the next big thing?

By: Barry Elliott, Director, Capitoline CEng MIET MCIBSE MBA BSc(Hons) DCE ATD   For the highest density rack cooling requirements, that is from 10 kW to beyond 100 kW per rack, the most efficient method of cooling IT equipment is to immerse the whole server/computer in a bath of non-conductive dielectric fluid which will rapidly…

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