Infrastructure Masons hosted Discovering Digital Infrastructure in partnership with iM Armed Forces, as a joint effort to attract soon-to-be separating active duty united states military members to jobs in the digital infrastructure industry.
Over 200 iMasons’ members from around the globe gathered together on the night of October 19th at the Natural History...
iMasons was established in 2016 on the West coast of the United States of America. But the demand for data...
Meet one of our capstone project success stories, Jai Huntley!
Jai started off at Hampton University with a Chemical Industry, Psychology Major, and then her mentor suggested she go into electrical engineering because she loves math and working with numbers.
On March 23, 2022, we celebrated International Data Center Day. This day is dedicated to the education of youth and...
The data center industry has seen incredible growth during Covid, as the infrastructure enabling this transformation. Atlanta has become a hot market: in 2021, Atlanta delivered over 15 megs, driven by the hyperscalers.
Infrastructure Masons has been featured in the October issue of Data Centre Magazine. In this exclusive interview, Jeff Omelchuck discussed accelerating the flow of talent into the digital infrastructure industry
The iMasons Sustainability Committee has developed a Sustainability Data Center Framework which provides an industry best practice for building and running a sustainable data center. The Framework was developed based on input from members and leaders within the iMasons member community.
Over the past decade, human error has played a significant role in most of the industry’s Data Center outages. According to a 2021 Uptime Institute Annual Outage Analysis, an aggregated year-on-year average of 63% of failures are due to human error.
The Venice Biennale – Architecture this year was notable — not just because it was delayed due to Covid, but because it was perhaps the first to bring datacenters out from behind their curtain of anonymity and into the public space and dialogue.