AWS will serve as a technical advisor and help local talent gain in-demand skills for well-paid technical careers through a new fully-funded Bursary Programme.
147MW of new supply projected for the remainder of 2018.
Colt Data Centre Services (DCS) announces its strengthened partnership with Eurofiber, a provider of digital infrastructure within the Benelux region. Eurofiber’s future-proof digital infrastructure will enable Colt DCS’ customers added resilience, flexibility and scale for their European operations.
As the second largest managed health care company in the United States, Anthem Inc.’s primary and largest data centre was experiencing growing pains typical of many legacy data centres—ensuring newer, higher-density equipment would have enough space, power and cooling—while keeping costs down. The company turned to Chatsworth Products (CPI) for a total service and product solution.
Critical environment specialist, Keysource, has won a five-year contract with colocation provider, Indectron, to provide facilities management and technical services at its Gloucester data centre.
A study of two data centres found that utilising higher temperatures resulted in energy savings of between 41% and 64%, whilst driving significant improvements in PUE.
$39M investment in Slough data center campus will expand LD4 data center to meet demand from Financial Services companies.
Less than four years after acquiring its first data centre in Marseille, Interxion is continuing to expand its presence in the southern French city.
Revalidatie Friesland has selected data centre and cloud specialist Proact to provide an enterprise-class platform for its electronic health register application, ChipSoft HiX. Proact has designed and implemented a comprehensive infrastructure solution to ensure that this critical application is underpinned by high performance architecture that can offer high availability.
Opens third point of presence in new Interxion datacenter to increase resilience, add redundancy and meet anticipated growth in interconnection demand.
Schneider Electric has worked with Elite Partner Comtec Power to deliver an integrated, critical data centre infrastructure solution for one of Britain’s leading train leasing companies, Angel Trains.
South West Communications Group has upgraded its data centre to enhance the only commercial facility of its type in Exeter.
Facebook has announced an expansion of its site in Luleå, Sweden, to almost double its current size, with the construction of a third server hall of 50 000 m2. This confirms the Nordics as a growing hyperscale cluster in Europe, providing both financial and environmental sustainability for a fast-growing global industry.
Global Switch says that its Singapore Woodlands data centre, is the first project in the island state to adopt prefabricated mechanical and electrical and plumbing (MEP) modular techniques on a large scale. The data centre is due to launch later this year.
Zenium has celebrated ‘topping out’ at its new Frankfurt Two data center facility. The ceremony was attended by Zenium’s CEO and Founder, Franek Sodzawiczny and Thilo Moser, Managing Director at Lupp Group - the construction partner.
The Dutch company Relined Fiber Network expands its dark-fibre network to Germany. Using a metro fibre-optic network in Frankfurt, Relined will provide data centre connections, just as in Amsterdam. This connects two important Internet hubs in Europe to Relined's network.
The facility boasts excellent energy efficiency metrics with ultra-low PUE ratings of between 1.15 -1.17.
DATA4, the European specialist in the design, construction and operation of ultra-secure data centres, has partnered with Nlyte to provide real-time information on its data centre infrastructure, reduce operational risks, and provide value-added services for colocation customers. With Nlyte, DATA4 will progress its vision to be the global leader in colocation services.
As the second largest managed health care company in the United States, Anthem Inc.’s primary and largest data center was experiencing growing pains typical of many legacy data centers—ensuring newer, higher-density equipment would have enough space, power and cooling—while keeping costs down. The company turned to Chatsworth Products (CPI) for a total service and product solution.
New Edge data center by ABB, HPE and Rittal / Turnkey resilient micro-modular data center, purpose-built for rough environments, helps customers turn data into action in real time.