CERN openlab has published a white paper identifying the major ICT challenges that face CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, and other ‘big science’ projects in the coming years.
Today, on global Zero Emissions Day, software and services company Tieto announced that it is accelerating the use of green energy in all its data centres across the Nordics. The goal is to reduce energy consumption related CO2 emissions with 50 percent by 2020.
Award-winning infrastructure specialist Sudlows has moved to a new Southern office location to support the organisation’s continuing impressive growth.
New Q2 data from Synergy Research Group shows that over the last 24 months, quarterly spend on all data center hardware and software has grown by just 5%, while spending on the public cloud portion of that has grown by 35%.
Due to the continued demand for CNet’s professional technical education programs the company continues to grow and is delighted to announce the new appointment of highly experienced John Barrows, who has joined the Network Infrastructure technical team as an Instructor.
Over 70% of IT organisations have trouble recruiting candidates for datacentre and facilities roles .
With the investments, IXcellerate will become the third largest operating commercial data center in Russia.
Leading power manufacturer, Riello UPS, has announced a partnership with PSE Power, Ireland’s largest independent supplier of power protection and energy management solutions.
Borderlight AB, a leading supplier of advanced IT and Telecom services to the public sector and industry sectors, has decided to build a new data center with large scale heat reuse in cooperation with Europe’s leading district heating operator Fortum Värme in Stockholm, Sweden. With full IT load, the implementation will run at more than 5 MW and heat some 10,000 modern residential apartments.
DigiPlex is the first data centre operator to be approved for the new Norwegian tax relief scheme that reduces electricity fees by 97 percent. DigiPlex is passing the entire benefit on to their customers, who can look forward to a 25 percent decrease in their electricity bill.
Powerful 1-click facility delivers real-time capacity reporting at an IT/Cooling object level, site-wide or for entire data centre estates.
Together with French green HPC service provider Qarnot computing, Asperitas is proud to announce the partnership at SIGGRAPH, the world’s largest annual conference and exhibition in computer graphics and interactive techniques in Los Angeles.
Exponential-e, the British cloud and network provider, has renewed and increased its use of VIRTUS’ colocation facilities due to customer demand.
Micro Data Centres allow small data centre facilities to be deployed rapidly and cost effectively in existing building space.
Opengear’s ZTP capability automates the provisioning of Server Technology PDUs, erasing the need for manual configuration.
cleantech company Asperitas and French green HPC service provider Qarnot
computing have announced a partnership at SIGGRAPH, the world's largest
annual conference and exhibition in computer graphics and interactive
techniques in Los Angeles.
CNet Training is delighted to welcome Adrian Jones to its team as Technical Architect.
Research from The Green Grid highlights that while most view a broad range of KPIs as useful, many are yet to implement them.
EkkoSense shows how impact of just 11% of IT racks falling
outside of ASHRAE recommended range can lead to widescale non-compliance.
Award winning critical infrastructure specialists Sudlows hse been awarded the contract to deliver a new state-of-the-art data centre for digital firm Indectron, which will provide highly secure colocation for a range of organisations.