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North American modular data center market expected to dominate
"Modular data centers have also been adopted by various governments for storing the data as a backup to deal with expected disasters and emergencies."
Opinion: The growing importance of sustainability in data centres
Aruba's Alessandro Bruschini discusses why to carry on growing, the data centre industry will have to turn to green methods of energy consumption and production.
Beyond renewables: Emerging technologies for “greening” the data centre
Park Place Technologies’ CEO shares his views on innovations aside from renewable energy that can slim a data centre’s footprint.
Data centre liquid cooling market set to skyrocket
The industry is set to benefit from a number of factors, with a number of vendors leading the way in innovation.
Interview: Next steps needed in data centre energy efficiency
SPIE UK's Peter Westwood shares what needs to be done to make the vision of a data-driven world more sustainable.
AI driving liquid cooling renaissance in modern data centres
Liquid cooling has been around in niche applications for HPC applications for a while, but the new core applications for AI are putting increased demands in a much bigger way.
DigiPlex’s data centre heat reuse system wins award
Its solution to reuse heat to warm thousands of local homes took out the accolade at the recent 2018 Energy Awards.
CyrusOne investing in new Amsterdam data centre
CyrusOne is continuing its rapid and relentless investment into Europe, with news emerging of a new facility in the Netherlands.
Opinion: Europe leading the way in OCP adoption
Schneider's Robert Bunger discusses his key takings from the Open Compute Summit and how Europe is leading the US.
Exclusive: Lenovo’s Shayne Harris on the future data centre
Harris says data centres that fail to keep up with the pulse of change will not be able to survive in the future.
Water scarcity pinned as a major threat to data centre growth
By 2030 global demand for fresh water will exceed available supplies by 40 percent, while data centre demand continues to surge.
Exclusive: Aruba lays bare its data centre cooling operations
Aruba's Lorenzo Giuntini says data centres have an obligation to adopt free cooling systems to improve energy efficiency.
New whitepaper determines what cooling compressor matches your data centre
Schneider Electric has released a new whitepaper that delves into the different types of cooling compressors and what their ideal usage is.
Google reveals AI system taking charge of its data centres
Once used only on a recommendation basis, the AI system is now taking direct control of Google's data centres with significant energy savings.
Toasty! Excess heat from DigiPlex data centre to warm thousands of homes
Reuse and recycle is a slogan that is becoming increasingly critical to our existence on this planet, and something DigiPlex has taken note of.
Hydro66 boosts Sweden data centre expertise & capacity
Sweden-based data centre operator Hydro66 has continued to bank on strong company growth to boost staff, data centre builds, and capacity.
Lenovo implements water cooling at the University of Birmingham
The university project, which is the first of its kind in the UK, is projected to reduce cooling energy by up to 83%.
Whitepaper: Warmer water can improve the cost of data centre cooling
Research from Schneider Electric finds turning up the temperature can lower data centre PUE to provide energy savings of up to 64%.
How you can improve data centre efficiency without dropping it in the sea
Microsoft painted headlines earlier this year with its 'submarine' data centre, but Riello's GM says there's easier ways to efficient data centres.
Report finds opportunities abound in the data center cooling market
Where there's data centers, there's heat, which means the cooling market will undertake rapid growth and innovation in the coming years.
New cooling regulations driving innovation for data centres
The cooling practices of data centres around the world have been placed under the microscope of regulation - Vertiv is hard at work on new innovation.
New data centre built in an ex-mine pushing to be Europe's greenest
Set in a former underground mine, the 120,000m² Lefdal Mine Datacenter has a number of incredible power and cooling technologies.
Schneider Electric appoints new VP for UK IT division
A Schneider Electric veteran has been appointed the role to steer the company's interests in an industry increasingly dependent on the data centre.
Exclusive: Schneider Electric CTO stirs data centre disruption debate
Kevin Brown says the last ten years has seen huge gains in the data centre industry, but now we need to start innovating for the next ten years.