Telcos to grapple with energy costs as 5G deployment advances

Energy costs are among the top concerns for telcos, as 5G deployment rapidly advances,  focusing the attention on energy management solutions - from energy...

Higher chilled water temperatures can improve energy efficiency by 64%

One approach to reducing water chiller energy consumption is to design the cooling system so that a higher outlet water temperature (CHW) from the...

Adapting infrastructure following legislative change

From the IP Act and Brexit, to a new Green Grid performance metric, Future Facilities’ Jon Leppard discusss the potential impact on data centre...

The Cloud is getting wetter: How water makes for faster broadband

Data centres are at the heart of the internet and internet traffic continues to rise exponentially driving data centre power upwards. The majority of...

Ensuring resilience for critical flight systems

One of the busiest airports in the UK, Manchester Airport is the largest airport outside London with over 210 destinations served by 70 airlines....

Real time monitoring delivers cool benefits

The latest digital monitoring and metering solutions deliver high accuracy, for optimised efficiency and maximum savings, and can be retrofitted quickly and easily,...

High-efficiency cooling solution to support increasing power densities

Schneider Electric has expanded of its EcoStruxure Ready cooling portfolio, with the introduction of a 30kW InRow DX solution. Available in a 300mm rack...

Data centres must tackle thermal issues

Many data centres are failing to get to grips with thermal issues, putting their facilities at risk, Vertiv's Simon Brady, Head of Data Centre...

EkkoSense expands management team to support international growth

EkkoSense, the UK-based data centre thermal optimisation specialist, has appointed Jason Kaye as Sales Director. Jason joins the company after seven years in senior...

ASHRAE names Carl Munters ‘a pioneer of industry’

Carl Munters, the inventor who gave his name to the Munters’ brand, has been honoured by ASHRAE for making milestone contributions to the growth...

Are your assets protected?

You wouldn’t overlook the protection of any other form of capital investment, so why should telecommunication technology be any different? Carl Webb, from Andrews...

Data centre cooling market shows promising growth

The global data centre cooling market is predicted to show promising growth at CAGR 14.95% in the period up to 2023, according to the...

Airdale launches air conditioning range with lower global warming potential

Airedale International, the British-based air conditioning solutions provider, has  launched a new range of R32-optimised air conditioning products. The Azure range, which has been under...

Vertiv extends partnership with Russian data centre operator IXcellerate

Vertiv, formerly Emerson Network Power, has announced at Datacloud Europe the extension of its partnership with IXcellerate. The Russian data centre provider recently launched...

Ensuring resilience for critical airport systems

Two new cooling systems will deliver massive carbon savings  for one of the UK’s busiest airports, while reducing the risk of outages of critical IT...

Cooling installation helps data centre achieve PUE of 1.12

Netwise Hosting, one of London’s leading data centres, has just completed its second EcoCooling installation within its estate. Netwise began its journey in South London, with a much...

Aqua secures Nordic data centre deal

Hampshire based engineering company, the Aqua Group, has been selected as a strategic partner to PVD Modular in a deal which will see at...

Going underground: taking modularity to new depths

Situated next to a deep, cold fjord, with access to an ample supply of hydroelectric energy, the Lefdal Mine Datacentre aims to be the...

New board appointment at Iceotope signals increased adoption of liquid cooling

Iceotope Technologies has appointed Neil Yule as Non-Exec Director. In his new role at Iceotope, Neil has been tasked with supporting the Board and...

Sudlows secures Telefónica UK contract for critical power upgrade

Critical infrastructure specialist, Sudlows, has secured a multimillion pound infrastructure contract with the global communications provider, Telefónica UK. The project involves the design and installation...