Heat & Buildings Strategy: Johnson disappoints again

Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s long awaited Heat & Buildings Strategy was this afternoon greeted with similar disappointment from energy campaigners and industry as the...

Data Centre World: The key technology trends for 2019 that could improve resilience

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ecYPvAUUvIc   Some key technology trends are emerging for 2019 that could mitigate the risk of outages, improve efficiency and help generate revenue. Speaking at...

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...

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...

Conference explores challenges and opportunities in Irish data centre market

The data centre industry in Ireland is growing significantly and with a forecast additional €9 billion to be invested in the country by 2023,...

E.ON and Vertiv partner on demand-side response initiatives

Energy company E.ON and technology provider Vertiv are combining their know-how in the field of energy solutions for critical infrastructures. This gives customers from...

Hyundai opens ‘Big Data Centre’ in China as part of plans for connected cars

Hyundai Motor has opened its first global 'Big Data Centre' in Guizhou Province, China, to gather and analyse massive volumes of data collected from...

London event to focus on edge infrastructures

A leadership panel - featuring Schneider Electric, BT, Fujitsu, Arm and EdgeConnex - will explore rapidly evolving data centres for IoT, at DCD>Zettastructure. DCD is...

Research highlights key colocation trends and insights

As the demand for colocation data centres continues to grow, the role of a colocation provider has never been more important, but the threats...

US bank takes large custom data hall at NGD

Next Generation Data (NGD) has announced the completion of a further large custom data hall for a major international bank. The US-owned bank’s continued...

Expert shares ‘the truth about UPS energy efficiency’ and the cost to the NHS

MPower UPS, has announced managing director Michael Brooks, will present at the Healthcare Estates Management Conference to be held at The University of Salford,...

Rolls Royce diesel generators to supply back-up power to Hinkley Point C

Rolls Royce is supplying multiple MTU diesel generators to provide back-up power to the new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point C in Somerset. Rolls-Royce...

‘Look before you leap to the cloud’, councils warned

Researchers from Brunel University London have tracked what happens when local councils transfer services to cloud computing and warned that local authorities and public...

Data centre demand predicted to override Brexit fears: discussion at DCD

The DCD Zettastructure conference and exhibition is returning to Old Billingsgate on the 7-8 November and is expected to be attended by over 1,500...

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...

EUDCA releases white paper on battery opportunities for data centres

The European Data Centre Association (EUDCA) has announced the publication of a new white paper entitled “Battery Opportunities for Data Centres.” Authored on behalf...

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...

New conduct code to build trust in demand-side response

The Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) has launched a new compliance initiative that will make it easier for businesses to participate in demand-side response...

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...

Wave goodbye to unsustainable IT

The world’s first ocean powered data centre will be built in Scotland, giving access to predictable renewable generation with grid backup, at a location...