It's always difficult to get motivated in a new year, especially in a time as challenging as this. But we have the balm for all one's woes: A new issue of the DCD Magazine.
On the cover, we delve into the promise of the quantum Internet - and what significant challenges still remain. A quantum version of TCP/IP is on its way, and it could drive a quantum computing breakthrough, if we can work out how to stop it all collapsing.
Earth Wind & Power (Plus Gas)
Elsewhere in the magazine, we talk to the CEO of Earth Wind & Power, Ingvil Smines, about the company's efforts to run data centers off of gas flares. But while she pitches it as an environmental solution, the reality is less clear.
Joining the cavern club
Digital Metalla wants to create a secure underground facility in a disused Sardinian mine
Who’s a good bot?
CEO Wes Swenson explains why Novva is using Boston Dynamics’ Spot dog robot in Utah
Antarctica comes in from the cold
Could a subsea cable finally link up the last unconnected continent?
The DPU dilemma
There’s a major shift in servers - and it’s coming from the humble NIC
Taking the nuclear option
Nuclear power has low emissions. Could data centers fund a new generation of small reactors?
The dangers of big cloud providers
Giant AWS outages should finally teach us not to trust in the technical abilities of Big Cloud
The DCD>Awards 2021 winners
The big winners from the biggest night of the year
The cooling supplement
Two-phase cooling finally comes of age, which means trouble for the PUE metric. And we meet a couple of radical new cooling techniques.
The latest news, Peter's factoid, and more!
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