119MW of take-up in the major colocation markets.
EvoSwitch plans to build a new highly energy-efficient data center in Amsterdam. The new carrier-neutral facility in the Netherlands will be located adjacent to its existing Amsterdam premises, EvoSwitch AMS1.
A university of East London (UEL) expert in software and energy distribution has contributed to a new report launched in Parliament, which calls on the Government and the public sector to shore up the nation’s expertise and lead the way in the area of energy consumption, as Britain prepares to leave the EU.
Data shows that organisational leaders need to improve their understanding of IT downtime.
Cisco has released the seventh annual Cisco® Global Cloud Index (2016-2021). The updated report focuses on data center virtualization and cloud computing, which have become fundamental elements in transforming how many business and consumer network services are delivered.
Asperitas creates AsperitasEI business unit.
CNet has expanded its program delivery methods to include a new Live Virtual Classroom - the next generation technical education environment.
Data centre construction market in rival Frankfurt is ‘overheating’.
Completed in just 10 weeks with SITE to provide full maintenance contract and future decommissioning project.
The end of 2017 marks the completion of Africa’s first hyperscale data centre, JB2-Bredell. Owned and operated by Africa’s largest and only vendor neutral data centre, Teraco, the Bredell Hyperscale Data Centre Facility located in Bredell features over 24 MW of power and 6000m² of technical deployment space and is the largest commercial data centre in operation in Africa. The record-breaking build brings with it much anticipation as the continent sees more and more technology giants choosing to colocate to Africa.
Hyperconverged Micro Data Centres deliver a fast and resilient solution for edge and cloud computing requirements.
Schneider Electric Elite Partner is on track to deliver phase one of the Tier III Data Centre, located at the Edge of London’s financial district, and aims to be operational by 2018.
There is no better way to understand trends in any industry than by going directly to those leading the way in that space. With this in mind, Schneider Electric commissioned a new 451 Research study designed to shed light on hybrid IT environments at large enterprises from across the globe. This research was conducted through intensive, in-depth interviews with C-suite, data centre and IT executives and offers peer lessons and perspective into innovative deployment of technologies others in the industry can use to evaluate and manage their own hybrid landscapes.
Improve data center power systems efficiencies and operating ROI.
North Denmark Region data center has been Tier IV certified for its constructed facility by Uptime Institute, the globally recognized data center authority. This Certification is testament to the focus by the organization on building a highly resilient data center that ensures availability of critical systems that benefit patients in the form of supporting stable hospital operation in a secure environment.
Calnetix Technologies’ VYCON® energy storage products division has expanded its highly successful family of flywheel kinetic energy storage systems with the introduction of the new higher-capacity VDC XXT.
With the growing popularity of CNet’s network infrastructure programs across the UK, in Ireland and the USA, the company has added further technical resource to its growing team of instructors.
New facility supports teaching and research activities and meets strict sustainability criteria.
Leadership panel with Schneider Electric, BT, Fujitsu, Arm and EdgeConnex will explore rapidly evolving data centers for IoT, mobility, CDN 7-8 November, London at DCD>Zettastructure.
St Andrews remains only university with accolade.