Standardised building blocks of IT equipment and associated power and cooling infrastructure help data centres to scale up rapidly in response to changing load demands..
KCOM’s analysis of IT RFPs has found that the success of enterprise IT projects is being thwarted by a procurement process that is no longer fit for purpose.
Nlyte Software has released Nlyte System Utilization Monitoring – N-SUM. The new product is a highly scalable monitoring solution that captures detailed server and CPU utilization information.
Citigroup has utilised the Virtual Facility (VF) from Future Facilities to improve its NYC data centre efficiency, uncovering potential savings of over $290,000 annually. With an initial investment of just $28,500 for remediation, the project is expected to see a full return on investment in just 6 months. Powered by engineering simulation, the VF allowed Citigroup to simulate and predict the impact of any change to infrastructure – removing uncertainty in the decision-making process and laying the groundwork for the VF to be fully integrated into their workflow.
Eaton has published a set of new white papers to help data centre designers optimise the reliability and resilience in their power infrastructures, whilst ensuring safety and regulatory compliance.
· Board of KAO Data Campus standardizes on StruxureWare for Data Centers suite at one of London’s largest data centre developments.
New market data underlines how data centre providers must keep pace and adopt a ‘green’ mind-set to their approach to design.
Research commissioned by power management specialist Eaton has revealed the pressures that digital transformation has on data centre and IT professionals.
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.
New VP has an outstanding track record for growing international sales revenues and leading business transformation.
As part of it’s on-going global expansion, CNet is delighted to welcome an additional five new members to its team and continues to seek further instructors to deliver education programs from The Global Data Centre and Network Infrastructure Education Framework across the world.
Depending on business requirement, location and cost there are a number of options available for acquiring the necessary data to calculate an appropriate figure for data centre. PUE.
Appointment of former Dell and Salesforce executives strengthen firm’s global reach to meet increased demand for solutions that reduce expenses while increasing data centre efficiency.
EkkoSoft Critical 3.0 software/sensor solution provides 360-degree unique virtual reality approach to data centre cooling and energy optimisation down to rack level.
Easy installation and one-time setup; saves time, effort, and cost.
Nlyte Software has introduced Nlyte Edge at Datacentre World, March 15-16 in London. The new software module extends the capabilities of the company’s award-winning data center infrastructure management (DCIM) solution by enabling IT and facility managers to visualize, manage, control and report on the IT and facilities infrastructure across and outside the extended enterprise. Nlyte Edge also includes the recently announced Nlyte Command Center capabilities.
DATA4 is launching its new services platform, the DATA4 Digital Hub. The platform will provide businesses with direct access to 110 public cloud platforms and Internet Exchanges, enabling the creation and management of hybrid information systems.
High-strength designs and special packaging enable IT equipment to be pre-installed and shipped directly to customer sites.
The latest version of Future Facilities software suite will debut at DCD Enterprise 2017 and includes the first web-based toolset, empowering data centre designers and operators to increase facility reliability, efficiency, and visibility.
The design and build of the traditional data centre is on the cusp of a revolution with the latest developments set to turn the established infrastructure and traditional mind-set often applied to this, on its head. This is according to colocation data centre provider, Aegis Data, in its work with the Open Compute Project (OCP).