White Paper 256 provides a forward-thinking methodology to improve the reliability of digital IT and critical data centre services, on which business continuity is most dependent.
Power management company Eaton has published a new white paper to help organisations set up an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) maintenance strategy best suited to their circumstances. Titled ‘How to choose the right UPS service approach’, the paper explores the pros and cons of four of the most common options in order to provide readers with comprehensive background information to enable them to maximise the protection provided by their UPS.
CBRE Group and 5NINES Global Holdings have launched the next-generation of data centre service solutions.
R&M recommends systematic digitalization / Manual management of the increasing number of physical connections in data networks is now almost impossible.
Asia-Pacific to lead market growth until 2020, finds Frost & Sullivan’s Energy & Environment team.
UKFast threatens London dominance with major upgrade.
Manchester-based data centre and colocation provider LDeX Group recorded its best quarter ever in Q4 2016.
Helps customer meet new data growth requirements through support of edge computing.
Fast Track data centre service delivers new data centre in just eight weeks.
Equinix and Digital Realty remain the market leaders among nearly 1,200 worldwide suppliers.
Effective January 1, 2017, a new legislation
lowered the energy tax by 97 percent for data
center operators in Sweden. Based on the new level, the total annual
power cost for a 10 megawatt (MW) facility will provide an estimated
annual savings of between $1.6 to $2.7 million.
The amount of data is growing exponentially – Tieto is once again expanding its data centre in Finland.
Power management company Eaton is collaborating with Scale Computing, the market leader in hyperconverged storage, server and virtualisation for midsized companies.
New 2016 data from Synergy Research Group shows that revenue growth for the world’s three leading colocation operators far outstripped overall market growth in the year, thanks to a combination of major acquisitions and organic growth.
Thin clients deliver electricity savings store-wide of £45k over three years.
Fast-growing telecoms company 52 Degrees has moved its IT from a data centre in London’s Docklands to MIGSOLV’s high security facility in Norwich as part of a new technology strategy to support its expansion.
Hosting specialist Exonet has called in Proact to upgrade its existing converged infrastructure environment. The infrastructure supports Exonet, a provider of hosting solutions, as it seeks to deliver customers with reliable and high quality services.
In order to drive the participation and growth of The Green Grid in Europe, IT expert Roel Castelein has been appointed to the newly-created role of Director of Membership Services. The Green Grid is a global consortium of more than 200 members dedicated to promoting resource efficiency in information technology and data centres through a holistic approach.
Vertiv, formerly Emerson Network Power, has released six data centre infrastructure trends to watch in 2017. This year’s trends follow the 2016 data center trends published by Emerson Network Power last year.