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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...

White Paper discusses cost and capacity benefits of cooling compressors

Compressors are at the heart of all cooling systems. They are used in data centre applications to carry heat energy away from IT equipment...

Is ambient cooling overtaking compressor technology?

Tim Bound, director at Transtherm Cooling Industries, explores the evolving role of ambient cooling technologies in keeping energy costs low in data centre applications As...

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...

Testing times: the importance of keeping your cool

Sebastian Beyer, test centre manager at Stulz, explains why knowing the actual capabilities of equipment under temperature and air humidity conditions is vital, and...

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...

Siemens to harness AI to improve cooling efficiency

The Siemens Building Technologies Division is expanding its existing Thermal Optimisation offering set for data centres to intelligently ensure both highly efficient cooling production...

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...

Eight out of 10 UK data centres fail to meet thermal guidelines

James Kirkwood, head of critical services at EkkoSense, warns that many data centres are failing to follow best practice. Without a precise thermal monitoring...

CyrusOne colocation data centre deploys Panduit solution to optimise energy use

Panduit has supplied SynapSense Active Control system to CyrusOne’s Austin, Texas data centre, to provide environmental monitoring and optimise energy use. The system utilises...

Challenges in critical cooling discussed by experts

Many IT professionals are relying on small spaces for their ever-increasing business critical applications, such as branch office operations, telecoms and edge computing. Cooling...

Data Centre Summit London: education, debate, and networking

Data Centre Summit London is a one-day conference event for data centre industry professionals. Taking place at the Barbican Centre in the heart of...

DataCentres North: full programme announced

Datacentres North’s educational programme will address both 'strategic issues' affecting the industry and the opportunities specific to the region, as well as the 'operational...

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...

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...

The cool side of Tier IV

Climaveneta air conditioning units installed in 2 out of the 3 data centers currently awarded Tier IV Certification of Constructed Facility in Italy. Data centers...

Could your DC benefit from internal evaporative coolers?

EcoCooling’s managing director Alan Beresford explains the drivers behind the development of the new range of internal evaporative cooling systems and discuss how the...

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...