Data centre design no longer status quo

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).








Airedale to unveil its next generation InRak

British cooling systems manufacturer, Airedale International, is set to showcase its new InRak™ (300mm) on Stand L35 at Data Centre World (Excel London 15th and 16th March 2017) along with a number of other solutions, all of which are engineered to perform, in today’s data centre environment.






Power guidance

Eaton has published a new guide to help organisations build more efficient power management strategies that will effectively support the requirements of modern IT architectures. The power management company’s latest guide outlines what IT professionals need to consider to optimise their power infrastructure and achieve higher efficiency and business continuity.



White paper details systems for optimal data centre c

The choice of cooling architecture, including hot and cold air containment, is of paramount importance for minimising the OPEX of a data centre. However, an effective control system is also essential when hoping to achieve the maximum energy efficiency and PUE. White Paper 225 details the different levels of cooling control as a basis for achieving the optimal balance of performance and efficiency.










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