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Equinix opening second data centre in Bulgaria early 2019
The company has sunk around US$19 million into the new facility that will be located in Bulgaria's capital, Sofia.
Govt’s HK$50b to boost IT jobs and salaries, but concerns remain
Despite the huge investment, almost all Hong Kong CIOs are concerned about the existing talent pool of IT professionals.
World’s first carbon-positive data centre due to be powered on
EcoDataCenter will be launching its new facility in Sweden that not only has no carbon emissions, but also promotes the reduction of them.
Is the glamour of cloud compromising business fundamentals?
Given cloud's massive momentum, Mark Gaydos says there is a risk that some basic fundamentals might be being overlooked in the rush.
Hungry vendors: EMEA server shipments fall while revenues rise
Higher average selling prices across standard and custom servers has seen data centre vendors cashing in on a bustling market.
Global shareholders sue 'leading' China data centre operator GDS
The lawsuit believes GDS has been engaged in a 'ruse' to enrich insiders by acquiring data centers that aren't as valuable as the company claims.
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.
Opinion: important considerations ahead of a cloud migration
Blancco's "Mr Data Centre" Fredrik Forslund outlines the steps organisations should be taking to make sure it’s a smooth one.
Accelerating the intelligence revolution: How companies are investing
According to Lenovo Data Centre Group, billions of dollars are being spent to develop powerful AI and discover new business advantages.
Opinion: Modern day back-UPS technology explained
Technology has become incredibly prominent in our lives, making the need for power sources that don’t falter a universal requirement.
Equinix announces expansion of its largest Asia Pacific data centre
Singapore is a thriving data hub at the moment and Equinix is wasting no time in bolstering its presence by almost doubling the size of its biggest data centre.
SJC subsea cable finds home in HKCOLO.NET’s Hong Kong data centre
The cable itself spans a colossal 8,900 kilometres and connects seven countries and territories in South-East Asia.
ServiceNow invests in Germany with two new data centres
In addition to the new facilities, ServiceNow hopes to double its workforce in the area by the end of next year.
Iron Mountain achieves 100% renewable energy at EU data centres
A company that is used to running primarily on fossil fuels is making efforts to turn the model on its head.
Equinix beware: Digital Realty throws down gauntlet with new $1.8b acquisition
With future CAPEX costs included the acquisition will cost around $2.25b and will strip Equinix's title of having the most colocation facilities in South America.
Study finds “huge variations” in Europe data centre prices
Data centre rack space rates among the more expensive nations are more than triple those at the other end of the scale.
Datacentres Ireland shedding light on the nation’s €5.7b industry
Participants of the event will be able to meet the professionals powering Ireland’s data centre industry with invaluable opportunities for networking.
Facebook seals 20 year deal to supply Singapore data centre with solar power
After recently announcing its plans for the largest data centre Singapore has ever seen, Facebook has revealed its first renewable energy partner in Asia.
Survey finds Nordic data centre market full of promise – and naivety
DigiPlex has released the results of its IDC survey that found despite huge progress in data centre operations, ignorance still exists.
Expert says data centres are investments with almost guaranteed profits
Data centres offer long-term contracts and recurring revenues like conventional property, but they come with the added bonus of rapid growth prospects.
Frankfurt to pinch London’s crown as Europe’s data centre king
The future is certainly looking rosy for the data centre market in not just the common cities like London and Frankfurt, but the whole of Europe.
Teraco: Digital transformation will be defined by the race to the edge
Edge computing is undoubtedly one of the buzzwords of choice within data centre circles at the moment – up there with AI, IoT, and gender imbalances.
Data centre infrastructure revenue at all-time high – hybrid cloud the driver
Dell EMC, Microsoft, HPE, and Cisco (among others) are all profiting from a burgeoning market that has no signs of slowing.
Colt DCS expanding London data centre & almost doubling power supply
The company says the investment is simply to meet unrelenting demand, with the bulk of the expanded halls already claimed.
Whitepaper: Why it’s critical to detect cyber attacks as they happen
"Many organisations are struggling to keep pace with the speed in which hackers are attacking their systems."
The six golden keys to successful identity assurance
When someone tries to access your internal systems, how can you be sure a user is who they claim to be?
Survey: App dev is surging, but how are businesses doing it?
Today “every company is in the software business" to get a competitive edge, and this survey reveals how app dev is affecting IT teams.