Sudlows launches new website, pushes new Critical Infrastructures division

Sudlows has launched a new website, hot on the heels of launching its new  Critical Infrastructures division, says the firm in this sponsored post. The...

Equinix completes £26m London data centre expansion

Equinix has completed the second phase expansion of its LD6 London data centre. The £26m investment adds 1,385 cabinets, bringing the total operational capacity of...

Building the ZettaStructure: Why you should attend DataCenterDynamics Converged conference

Sponsored post: The theme for this year’s event is ‘Building the ZettaStructure’; the collective name we are giving the physical layer of hardware, facilities and networks...

Why you should attend Data Centres Ireland conference and expo

Sponsored: In recent years, data centres have become a profitable business in Ireland. Multinationals like Microsoft, Google and Amazon have rooted their data storage...

Knowledge is power, don’t hand it to others, warn Ireland datacentre expo organisers

Sponsored post: Knowledge is power - and with the speed of development in Ireland, not knowing what is happening is to hand that power...

Sudlows and Interserve announce joint sponsorship of DatacenterDynamics Europe 2016

Sponsored post: Sudlows is pleased to announce its joint collaborative relationship with Interserve will see both companies sponsoring DatacenterDynamics Europe – ZettaStructure 2016. The show will...

Virtualisation continues to eat datacentre hardware firms’ lunch

Datacentre hardware vendors continue to feel the bite of virtualisation on profits. According to the latest benchmark report from Technology Business Research, revenue for datacentre...

DeepMind AI: From Atari games to climate change via 40% cooling savings at Google...

DeepMind co-founder outlines how the firm slashed cooling costs at Google's datacentres and plans for Artificial Intelligence as a service en route to tackling...

Ian Bitterlin: Artificial intelligence in the data centre?

There's talk of artificial intelligence revolutionising data centres. Ian Bitterlin suggests some human intelligence would be a good place to start. This month I have...

Eaton appoints new service partner for Scotland

Eaton has appointed RMD – an independent specialist in data centre and server room infrastructure – as a service partner for Scotland. The partnership allows...

Expansion in hyperscale data centres

Data from Synergy Research Group shows that the number of large data centres operated by hyperscale providers hit the 300 mark in December 2016,...

Schneider Electric and HPE collaborate on solution for micro data centres

Schneider Electric has announced it has collaborated with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) on HPE Micro Datacenter. The collaboratively engineered converged infrastructure solution provides end-to-end...

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...

Solar energy to power Apple’s data centre

NV Energy and Apple have announced an agreement to build 200 megawatts of additional solar energy in Nevada by early 2019. The projects will...

Data centre report offers insight into UK expansion

The third edition of DataCentrePricing.Com’s UK Data Centre Trends service finds that UK Data Centre expansion for the six month period from the end of June 2016...

UNIFI-IX joins Telehouse Carrier-Interconnect

Telehouse, a leading global provider of data centre services, has been selected by UNIFI-IX a new internet exchange, to host its services including an...

£2.3M Manchester data centre upgrade

UKFast has announced an investment of £2.3 million to upgrade its Manchester-based data centre complex. The latest improvements to the hosting firm’s data centre...

UK interest in microgrids builds momentum

Concerns continue to grow as to how our networks can address the power supply capacity, stability and resilience issues vital to ensure ‘business as...

Guidance issued on maintaining UPS

In a data centre, the UPS acts as the first line of defence, protecting against a range of power problems – from voltage spikes...

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...