High-capacity DC distribution bays with intelligent load management

Vertiv, formerly Emerson Network Power, has introduced the NetSure 8100DB series of DC power distribution systems, bringing increased visibility and intelligent load management to...

How can the design of UPS prevent failures and optimise maintenance?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_htKHxNM9Q   Today’s infrastructures supporting critical applications need to be flexible, scalable and designed for rapid deployment or upgrades – all while maintaining system availability....

How IP House delivers on uptime goals

IP House provides high performance colocation data centre services to customers for whom uptime and availability are essential. Adopting a pay-as-you-grow approach to deployment,...

Hyper security in a changing world: the hidden data centre

There have been some high profile power outages at data centres, political instability in the EU and suggestions that data centres could become the...

IP House protects against downtime through DCIM solution

IP House, a London-based data centre startup and new entrant to the UK colocation market, has selected EcoStruxure IT, the next generation cloud-based Data...

IT giant Wipro commissions landmark UPS for new 50-acre campus

Major Indian IT corporation Wipro has commissioned Piller Power to supply MV IP-BUS (isolated parallel system) employing Piller's UNIBLOCK UBT+ UPS for a data...

Kirby powers up Dublin’s Gemini Data Centre

Kirby Group Engineering, a provider of mechanical and electrical engineering and contracting services across Europe, has delivered a grid connection for the 18MW Gemini...

Load banks to provide UPS testing for BT

Creschic Loadbanks has supplied a fleet of 30 transportable and 27 state-of-the-art loadbank trailer sets to telecommunications giant, BT. Ranging in size from 60kW to...

Loadbanks deliver resilience for Europe’s greenest mine

Crestchic has provided two of its 1MW resistive only loadbanks to the first ever underground data centre, based in Norway.  The Lefdal mine, a 120,000...

London: is the capital still the epicentre for data centres?

Aegis Data has speculated that London “may no longer be the epicentre for the data centre community”. The Surrey-based co-location provider says that third-party...

Market report shows increasing demand for data centre power equipment

The global data centre power market is expected to reach USD 10.77 billionby 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research. The global...

New standby power system at Greggs PLC’s

Generator specialist, DTGen, has been appointed to supply and install a new standby power system at Greggs PLC’s new, state-of-the-art Balliol Park depot in...

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...

Panduit awarded approved supplier status by Kao Data

Panduit EMEA, the physical infrastructure and connectivity company, has achieved approved supplier status to the Kao Data Campus, for its Universal Containment, hot aisle...

Panduit wins industry award for contribution to data centre industry

At the recent 2018 DCS industry awards, Panduit won the Industry Award, for its outstanding contribution to some of the industry’s most significant breakthroughs...

Piller receives ‘Future Thinking’ 2019 Data Centre Award

Piller, the German innovator of mission critical uninterruptible power systems, has received recognition for its data centre energy technology at the Future Thinking Data...

Pilot project explores grid balancing with UPS

Eaton has announced the first pilot project of its recently launched UPS-as-a-Reserve (UPSaaR) solution. Svenska kraftnät, a Swedish electricity transmission system operator, has selected...

Poor fuel maintenance risks outages

A study shows that 83% of fuel tanks exhibit moderate to severe corrosion, while fuel maintenance is often poorly executed. Overlooking this important component...

Powering the data centre in the era of 5G and the Edge

What are data centres going to look like in the future and what will this mean in terms of power? Riello’s Leo Craig recently...

Racking up efficiencies

Rittal’s Clive Partridge explains the key considerations for planning rack developments to ensure an optimal installation  There are a number of key areas for IT...