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New Schneider tool helps discern value of Li-ion
Schneider Electric’s TradeOff Tool delivers detailed cost and energy advantages of lithium-ion cells versus VRLA batteries.
Edge computing paving the way for Aus businesses – Stratus
According to Gartner, by 2022, half of all enterprise-generated data will be created and processed beyond centralised cloud data centres, via edge computing.
UPS market continues to grow due to need for hardware uptime
Transparency Market Research (TMR) predicts that the global UPS market will grow at a respectable CAGR of 7.8% over the period between 2018 and 2026.
Cyxtera adds HPE ProLiant Servers to CXD on-demand data center platform
CXD gives customers point-and-click provisioning over a range of connectivity and infrastructure services from Cyxtera and a global partner ecosystem.
Kingston releases DDR4-3200 Registered DIMMs for AMD EPYC
Kingston’s Server Premier modules are specifically engineered to take full advantage of AMD’s latest eight-channel server microarchitecture.
Goonhilly opens new data centre with green HPC platform for AI and ML
"By provisioning both compute and AI and machine learning resources on demand, customers can reduce the cost of deployment and accelerate time to market."
Western Digital updates flash data centre systems portfolio
IntelliFlash family additions and OS 3.10 enhancements deliver industry’s highest performing NVMe all-flash arrays.
Queensland taps iseek for DCaaS on ICT panel
iseek’s growing number of Australia-based data centres has won it an appointment to the Queensland Government’s ICT supplier panel.
Freshworks expands local product hosting on Sydney data centre
Launched in January last year, the Sydney data centre already hosts the popular Freshdesk and Freshservice products.
Rittal forms global strategic partnership with Atos
Rittal has announced that it has formed a new global strategic partnership with Atos and Siemens to develop intelligent edge data centre solutions.
NTT Com develops largest data center in Indonesia
In Indonesia, demand has been booming, spurred by the use of data centers by financial institutions based on regulations by the Indonesian government.
QNAP releases dual-controller enterprise ZFS NAS
The ES1686dc features optimal storage efficiency and active-active high availability.
Western Digital goes all in on Zoned Storage to face zettabyte era
Zoned storage architecture leverages standardisation of ZNS and SMR enabling more efficient, zettabyte-scale architectures for data centre customers.
Seagate delivers first EXOS 16TB HDD and new drive for SMB NAS
The company has also released the Ironwolf and IronwolfPro high capacity hard drives for home and SMB NAS.
Is it possible to enjoy container agility and be secure?
In line with ever-changing demands on IT, containers are exploding in popularity and look set to become the preferred method for deploying applications.
Intel to acquire ethernet fabric provider Barefoot Networks
Intel is pushing deeper into the data centre market, after the company announced its intentions to buy out emerging ethernet switch and data centre software manufacturer Barefoot Networks.
Equinix puts US$77m into expanding data centres in Hong Kong
“Hong Kong is a key gateway to mainland China and home to many headquarters of global corporations. This generates substantial demand for secure data center services to support business expansion in the region."
QNAP partners with ULINK for AI drive health monitoring
The service aims to provide QNAP NAS users with an early indication of potential drive issues, to avoid expensive downtime and business disruptions.
Big SafeBox Data deploys QNAP NAS to offer GDPR-compliant backup solutions
Implementing QNAP has proven to be a great success for BSBData.
Server Technology beats out competition at DCS Awards
Server Technology has taken out the top spot for the Data Centre PDU Innovation of the Year at the DCS Awards.
Chorus partners with Nlyte, expands edge data centre offerings
Chorus announced today that it is going ahead with expanding its Chorus EdgeCentre Colocation product to three sites across New Zealand.
Schneider shares advice for solving edge computing challenges
Schneider Electric has shared the findings of a new whitepaper that delves into the issues of deploying IT at the edge.
Edge computing market to provide ‘lucrative opportunities’
The market is set to skyrocket in the coming years, paving the way for emerging market players.
Opinion: 3 ways cloud & colocation providers can use renewables
Schneider Electric’s John Powers discusses the renewable revolution that is underway and how providers can jump on board.