NGD Connect enables secure access to NGD’s colocation and hybrid cloud hosting services from anywhere.
Iceland Telecom integrates four hosting halls into Verne Global's data center campus.
Modular design of data centres has progressed to include Pod Frames.
CNet has expanded its program delivery methods to include a new Live Virtual Classroom - the next generation technical education environment.
Award-winning critical infrastructure specialists Sudlows have become a FIRAS certified contractor for passive fire stopping, following a rigorous three-stage assessment.
IMEG is the first engineering consulting firm in the U.S. to obtain the Certified Network Infrastructure Design Professional (CNIDP) certification from CNet Training. The new certification recognises demonstrated expertise in low voltage infrastructure design and project management.
Data centre construction market in rival Frankfurt is ‘overheating’.
Completed in just 10 weeks with SITE to provide full maintenance contract and future decommissioning project.
The end of 2017 marks the completion of Africa’s first hyperscale data centre, JB2-Bredell. Owned and operated by Africa’s largest and only vendor neutral data centre, Teraco, the Bredell Hyperscale Data Centre Facility located in Bredell features over 24 MW of power and 6000m² of technical deployment space and is the largest commercial data centre in operation in Africa. The record-breaking build brings with it much anticipation as the continent sees more and more technology giants choosing to colocate to Africa.
Data cable installers are overestimating
their usage requirements for cable certifiers, says IDEAL Networks,
suggesting that this may be generating extra costs for contractors and
Partnership will strengthen Nlyte Software’s support of data centres in Belgium with data centre infrastructure management solutions.
Hub Network Services (HNS), Bristol, thas successfully migrated Internet Service Provider (ISP) Penguin to NGD’s South Wales mega data centre. This follows Cardiff-based Penguin’s requirement to relocate its rack servers to a modern colocation facility which also offered lower costs and a more convenient location.
Hyperconverged Micro Data Centres deliver a fast and resilient solution for edge and cloud computing requirements.
EDP Europe has been appointed as the UK distributor for Hubbell Premise Wiring solutions. Hubbell Premise Wiring is a leading manufacturer of high performance networking systems and components which deliver unmatched quality, innovation and reliability. Offering a full range of copper and fibre optic networking solutions, their products are designed to exceed current standards, enabling their customers to have confidence that the chosen solution will last long into the future.
The 24th November is Black Friday, which marks the largest online retail event of the year and sees discounted items available across major high street outlets and at online retailers. According to data prepared by price comparison site GoCompare, which surveyed approximately 2 000 individuals, the projected UK consumer spend this Black Friday will be around the £3 billion mark, with 49 per cent expecting to shop online. So with Black Friday consumers poised to spend, how prepared are the ‘e-sellers’?
Zynstra research reveals challenges in distributed store IT environments.
Powertek, a global vendor delivering intelligent and highly customized Power Distribution Units (rack PDUs) worldwide, headquartered in Hong Kong, announces a partnership with 3W Infra – a fast-growing Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) hosting provider from Amsterdam. Under the channel agreement, 3W Infra will deliver the intelligent Powertek PDUs built for flexibility and high-customization options to its global IaaS hosting clientele.
Data Centers across EMEA to benefit from increased efficiency as Nlyte Software signs up Improved IT Reseller.
Schneider Electric Elite Partner is on track to deliver phase one of the Tier III Data Centre, located at the Edge of London’s financial district, and aims to be operational by 2018.
The need for high-speed data transmission and increased data traffic in cloud computing have enabled convergence of complementary metal-oxide semiconductors (CMOS) technology, three-dimensional (ED) integration technology, and fibre-optic communication technology to create photonic integrated circuits.