Telehouse, a leading global data centre provider, has been named winner in the Data Centre Energy Efficiency Project of the Year category for the 2017 Data Centre Solutions Awards. Telehouse was presented the award for its world class data centre and latest addition to the London Docklands data centre campus Telehouse North Two, at a ceremony held at the Grange St Paul’s hotel in London on Thursday, 18th May.
Cisco has certified APC by Schneider Electric to ship Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) Servers pre-racked in NetShelter SX with Shock Packaging cabinets.
VIRTUS Data Centres has achieved supplier status with the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) as part of the G-Cloud 9 initiative. Building on the success of the previous G-Cloud 7 listing, this will allow VIRTUS to extend access to its Managed Cloud Connect Infrastructure Service (VMCCI), to central government, local government, health, education, devolved administrations, emergency services, defence and not-for-profit organisations, utilising the G-Cloud framework.
Containers running in a VM will really drive the next wave of data centre innovation. This is according to Kelly Murphy, Co-Founder of HyperGrid, the Enterprise Cloud-as-a-Service leader.
Strong client relationships, hybrid genset products, and R&D efforts will multiply growth opportunities, finds Frost & Sullivan’s Power Generation team.
Popular vote recognises the value of dedicated, resilient and secure infrastructure for on-premise applications as more services are migrated to cloud.
e-shelter, a leading European data center operator, NTT Communications company, and “home to the cloud,” was joined by customers, partners, media representatives and civic leaders today to celebrate the opening of its second data center in Munich. The festivities included a welcoming address by the Bavarian Minister for Economic Affairs and Deputy Prime Minister Ilse Aigner as well as by the mayor of Unterschleißheim, Christoph Böck.
Being the most cost effective, secure, flexible, and green datacenter in Europe - that is the vision of Lefdal Mine Datacenter (LMD) in Norway. Opened on 10th May 2017, the datacenter has completed the build out of Phase 1, and a cooling capacity of 45 MW is ready for use. The mountain hall facility sets a new standard for the datacenter industry. The large space, combined with modular design enables a fast time to market. The combination of cheap and renewable power leads to predictable low cost for customers. As strategic partner and technology partner, Rittal provides its preconfigured, modular and scalable infrastructure for this unprecedented datacenter project.
Safe Host is inaugurating its third data centre in Switzerland, located in the canton of Vaud. Construction began in 2014 and the facility can scale to a capacity of 40MW.
Data centre becomes first in east and central Africa to win certification from Uptime Institute.
Nlyte Software has released Nlyte Energy Optimizer (NEO)
and Nlyte Platinum On-Demand
editions. The new versions join the company’s family of Nlyte Enterprise
On-Demand offerings and are currently available either as
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) or on premise.
Increased interconnection on data route to drive more opportunity for Nordic businesses.
Panduit EMEA, the data centre physical infrastructure and connectivity company, announces its 28-AWG cabling system offering up to 50% space saving and reduced costs over 24-AWG cabling systems.
The IM7216-2-24E – a 16-port console server with built in Smart OOB™ technology and a 24-port Gigabit switch – ensures IT resilience.
Global Capacity, the leading connectivity as a service company, is expanding seven One Marketplace™ Points of Presence (PoPs) in its extensive North American network, including six Ethernet local access aggregation points and three high performance Ethernet Backbone points purposely built for the most demanding Cloud, Over-the-Top applications and data services. The locations now Ethernet-enabled include Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, PA, Minneapolis, MN, and three new PoPs in Boston, MA, Kansas City, MO, and Vienna, VA. The locations added to the high performance Ethernet backbone include Kansas City, MO, Minneapolis, MN and Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
CNet Training, the global leader of technical education for the data centre and network infrastructure sectors, has joined forces as a Global Education Partner with information media technology and professional services company BroadGroup and their hugely popular global Datacloud events.
Addition of Helsinki connects key gateway between Europe and Asia, meeting explosive growth in data centre market demands.
New VP has an outstanding track record for growing international sales revenues and leading business transformation.
A device invented by a North East, UK entrepreneur has been snapped up by some of the world’s largest and most prestigious organisations.
Modular solution providers will tap the huge growth opportunities in data centres, finds Frost & Sullivan’s Energy & Environment team.