Choosing the right PDU

Mark Guest, Rittal’s product manager for  it power distribution, offers practical advice  for optimising power distribution... Electricity is like air and water – something that...

No ‘mass exodus’ to the cloud

A global survey of over 1,000 data centre executives, conducted by the Uptime Institute, reveals that hybrid datacentre infrastructure is now the dominant strategy...

UK colocation startup deploys hybrid cabling system

IP House, a UK-based startup and supplier of high-performance data centre colocation services, has partnered with leading UK cabling company HellermannTyton to deploy their...

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...

Cyxtera collaborates with Fujitsu

 Cyxtera Technologies, the secure infrastructure company, has announced that it has collaborated with Fujitsu to offer PRIMERGY servers with Nutanix Enterprise Cloud on its...

Designing for uptime: technology advancing at a rapid pace

Sudlows technical director Andy Hirst offers Louise Frampton his views on the important factors that contribute to a successful critical infrastructure project and provides an...

Equinix officially opens £90M data centre in London

Equinix, the global interconnection and data centre company, has officially opened the doors of its new International Business Exchange (IBX) data centre at its London...

Future proofing cooling in data centres…

Every watt counts during round-the-clock operation in data centres... Today, data centres are springing up wherever you look. So much waste heat is generated in...

IoT devices to reach 14 billion by 2024; data centre demand to surge

Data centres will face increasing demand as the number of IoT connected devices surges over the next five years. Newly released market research, from...

Manufacturing a brighter future: optimising energy use for businesses with critical processes

Data centres, manufacturing sites, airports, hospitals, and other businesses with critical operations, are all very different environments with a common interest; the requirement for...

Power goes on at KAO Data Park

KAO Data Campus in Harlow, the £200m science and technology data centre development at the heart of the London-Stansted-Cambridge corridor, has announced the full...

Schneider licenses key patents for hot aisle containment and cooling technology from Switch

Switch has licensed its patented hot-aisle containment and cooling technology known in the industry as the Switch T-SCIFs and the Switch TSCs to Schneider...

The Catalyst for change…

An EU funded project has developed a ‘Green Data Centre Assessment Tool’ and is seeking to remove barriers to participation in grid services, such...

YPO announces £400m framework for public sector data centres

YPO, one of the UK’s largest publicly-owned buying organisation, has announced the launch of its Data Centres, Maintenance Cloud Hosting and Security framework for...

Rack-mounted modular UPS ‘derisks entire infrastructure’

Socomec says it has extended its UPS range to address the evolving demands placed upon those responsible for managing data centres, critical buildings and facilities....

Is Data Centre Energy Efficiency Mission Impossible?

Modern data centres consume huge amounts of energy. One recent report estimates that they will consume one-fifth of the world’s electricity by 2025. UPSs,...

Dual chemistry: the best of both worlds?

GS Yuasa Battery Europe has helped to develop what it describes as ‘the world’s first container-based energy storage platform’, where lead acid and lithium-ion...

Riello wins award for data centre efficiency project

Riello UPS has been recognised for the third year in a row at the DCS Awards. The critical power protection provider claimed the Data Centre Energy...

Vycon introduces eco-friendly flywheel system for mission critical power protection

Vycon, a designer and manufacturer of environmentally friendly, high-speed energy storage flywheel systems, has announced the addition of the VDC-XXT flywheel model to its...

Boden Type Data Centre One officially inaugurated in Sweden

The Boden Type Data Centre One, BTDC, has been officially inaugurated in Boden, Sweden. The Mayor of Boden, Mr. Claes Nordmark as well as...