IT infrastructure firms continue to dictate the shape of the major European data centre markets, according to global real estate advisor, CBRE.
Dataracks – the pioneer of cold aisle containment – is set to 'revolutionise' the data centre industry again, this time with the launch of the Micro Data Centre (MDC). This innovative solution is designed to offer all the cooling, security and power supply options required for 19” racks in a compact, convenient and cost-effective package.
Eaton believes that it is the first manufacturer of uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs) to deliver a complete back up power solution that uses in-house manufactured supercapacitors instead of batteries. The power management company’s new supercapacitors, when combined with an Eaton UPS, provide a convenient and affordable alternative in applications where only short-term power protection is required or battery backed solutions cannot be used.
Cables and systems specialist Draka has launched a flat 24-port patch panel with angled keystone jack ports for superior cable management and easy patch lead distribution for use in high density cable environments such as data centres.
Coreix has become the latest managed hosting provider to sign up to the EU Code of Conduct for datacentres, having achieved endorser status. This accreditation will enable the London based managed service provider to add to its existing green credentials, having become one of the first providers to offset its carbon emissions in 2007.
Amazon Web Services has contracted with EDP Renewables to construct and operate a 100 megawatt (MW) wind farm in Paulding County, Ohio, called the Amazon Wind Farm US Central.
Kao Park offers occupiers 'unmatched' physical and virtual connectivity.
Huawei has opened its newest Ireland R&D officein the center of Dublin’s Digital Docklands (IFSC). Over 50 new R&D jobs will be created by 2016, bringing the total to 120 Huawei employees working in R&D in Ireland.
RiT Technologies has entered into a strategic alliance with Yoga Automation Private Limited (Yoga), a leader in smart building automation, to provide RiT’s solutions locally in India with a several USD millions sales commitment.
R&M has released R&MinteliPhy 4. Like previous releases, integration of the RFID-based R&MinteliPhy platform offers users real-time visibility into the physical network infrastructure that connects IT assets in the data centre. In addition, this latest release enables 3D modelling and rendering, reporting based on historical values of objects and changes made to objects, multi-factor TOTP authentication and automated cable length calculations.
New collaboration improves access to more than 140 petabytes of LHC data for thousands of researchers worldwide.
Cirba has released integration to EMC® ViPR® SRM, enabling organisations to optimise use of storage resources through smarter workload placements and visibility into storage health.
At the Datacenter Dynamics (DCD) Conference held in London, Huawei showcased for the first time its Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) solution deployed by the London Underground, one of the world’s oldest underground railways. Together with M.J. Quinn Integrated Services Ltd., the strategic partner of Huawei, Huawei helped London Underground implement the UPS solution to enhance the reliability, manageability and fireproof capabilities of its power supply and distribution system, which is critical to the Underground’s railway operations.
New solutions address the growth of connected devices and data applications where latency and processing speed are concerns.
Panduit has expanded the availability of SynapSense Cooling Optimisation, part of the SmartZone Solutions portfolio, a turnkey wireless monitoring and cooling control solution for data centres, to the European market.
Bright Computing will release Version 7.2 of its industry-leading Bright Cluster Manager software solutions, including Bright Cluster Manager for HPC, Bright Cluster Manager for Big Data, and Bright OpenStack in January 2016.
Investments in cloud-based data center management platform drive industry leaders to join Romonet.
The largest supercomputing facility in Africa has chosen Bright Cluster Manager® as their infrastructure management solution.
Mafi Mushkila’s data centre testing division has been renamed heatload.co.uk in a move designed to better reflect its activities in this area. As an established and respected supplier of monitoring tools and state-of-the-art heat load, load banks and server emulators within the IT space, Chichester based heatload.co.uk will continue to provide equipment to projects around the world and educate end users about the vital role of data centre testing.
Leading loadbank manufacturer, Crestchic has announced its partnership with BCA Group, specialist in data centre testing. The BCA group is now responsible for the majority of data centres tests in Poland, using Crestchic’s products.