Curvature, previously known as SMS|CURVATURE, emerges today as the world’s largest provider of independent infrastructure solutions. The company’s integrated offerings help organisations navigate increasing costs and complexities associated with the accelerated adoption of virtual and cloud-based environments.
Research from The Green Grid highlights that while most view a broad range of KPIs as useful, many are yet to implement them.
Award winning critical infrastructure specialists Sudlows hse been awarded the contract to deliver a new state-of-the-art data centre for digital firm Indectron, which will provide highly secure colocation for a range of organisations.
Sudlows has been appointed as the primary network infrastructure provider for London Luton Airport (LLA) as part of a new three-year framework agreement.
Panduit EMEA has opened its latest Customer Briefing Centre in Schwalbach, Germany. The new facility provides 100m2 of server room infrastructure technology and conference areas and expands the company’s customer capabilities in the EMEA market.
UK leading technical infrastructure specialists Sudlows has achieved Gold Partner Status with Panduit.
Atos has been selected by Safran, leader in the aeronautics and aerospace sectors, as its partner to optimize datacenters worldwide. The four-year contract runs till 2021 and has the option of a two-year extension.
Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. has developed virtual machine (VM) control technology that improves server rack mounting density for each data centre rack.
Legrand is pursuing its development with bolt-on acquisitions and is to purchase Server Technology, Inc., a US frontrunner in intelligent PDUs for datacenters.
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..
Panduit has supplied SynapSense Active Control system to CyrusOne’s Austin, Texas data centre, to provide environmental monitoring and optimise energy use.
Stulz UK, the air conditioning specialist, launches the CyberRack, a new chilled water rear heat exchanger, with cooling capacity from 19 to 32kW across the range. Its adapter frame ensures the system fits most 19" server cabinets.
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.
New market data underlines how data centre providers must keep pace and adopt a ‘green’ mind-set to their approach to design.
IDEAL Networks has launched
Test4Less, a suite of products, services and payment methods to help
companies installing and testing data cabling and networks to reduce
capital expenditure, increase productivity and improve
Schneider Electric modular edge data centre solution to provision global cloud application for professional services company.
Research commissioned by power management specialist Eaton has revealed the pressures that digital transformation has on data centre and IT professionals.
Cisco has certified APC by Schneider Electric to ship Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) Servers pre-racked in NetShelter SX with Shock Packaging cabinets.
Containers running in a VM will really drive the next wave of data centre innovation. This is according to Kelly Murphy, Co-Founder of HyperGrid, the Enterprise Cloud-as-a-Service leader.