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Kokam says days are numbered for lead acid batteries in the data centre
The battery solutions provider says the lead acid option is unwieldy, require heavy maintenance, lasts less than 5 years, and has a large footprint,
Europe’s data centres need more brains than brawn to tackle energy efficiency
Honeywell's Daniela Pandrea delves into the issues around data centre energy efficiency and asserts the solution is really quite simple.
Africa’s largest data centre to get even larger with big investment
Teraco has announced its largest infrastructure project to date with the expansion of its Teraco Islando Campus (JB1) in South Africa.
US company opens Amsterdam data centre to adhere to GDPR
In response to the imposition of GDPR, First Advantage has opened a 'state-of-the-art' data centre in Amsterdam to ease growing customer concerns.
HPE and Red Bull Racing extend hyperconverged infrastructure partnership
HPE has been providing data centre solutions for Aston Martin Red Bull Racing since 2015 when they were at a crossroads with their 'creaky' IT system.
Basefarm’s new recruit shares insights on EU data centre industry
“Data is the backbone of the digital revolution and we're seeing a big change in the data centre market because of it."
Exclusive: A tour of Interxion’s London campus that’s actually in London
In this interview, Interxion's MD took us through his data centre campus inside an old brewery, on top of various bars, cafes, and a vinyl shop.
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.
PHOTO GALLERY: McLaren and Dell EMC host data centre event
McLaren and Dell EMC held an event to display the recently launched PowerMax storage array and talk about the former's data centre practices.
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.
Ensono nearly doubles in size with data centre company acquisition
By acquiring a global hosted data centre services business, Ensono hopes to strengthen its presence in the UK and US, and establish one in India.
Purpose-built backup appliance market erupting in EMEA
IDC's latest research shows a very healthy PBBA market in EMEA with vendor revenue surging upwards in some areas more than others.
Interxion releases Key Guardian to secure the keys to the castle
Interxion has released an encryption key management service that works to simplify data protection across private, hybrid & multi-cloud environments.
UK spending more on cloud than data centres - but is it money well spent?
New research has revealed over the last three years UK businesses have spent more on cloud than on data centres, but Claranet says many aren't ready.
Welsh Hospital opens new data centre to support critical infrastructure
Secure I.T. Environments has provided a new energy-efficient data centre for Ysbyty Glan Clwyd Hospital as part of a major redevelopment.
“Painful blindspot” addressed by ThousandEyes’ new multi-cloud solution
The meteoric rise of multi-cloud environments has seen demand for more visibility, as well as a significant change in the traditional data centre.
Diligent launches AU data centre for clients wanting data onshore
The governance technology specialist says it will be equipped to better serve its government and clients with the new Canberra data centre.
Huge money being made in U.S. data center real estate
A real estate investment trust has revealed the value of two recent data center sales, with the total sum exceeding $85 million.
Microsoft announces first cloud investment in Norway data centres
Microsoft has made its first data centre investment in the Norway after revealing plans to add two cloud data centres to its Nordic footprint.
Data centre security: Technology alone is not the answer
Arturo Maqueo says he has seen many security breaches over the years and ironically this is most often in data centres with state-of-the-art security.
Visa’s cockup put down to ‘very rare’ data centre crash
51.2 million Visa payments failed to process on Friday 1 June (just in time for after-work drinks) and the company says it all came down to a switch.
Specialist data center news site launches in North America
Who is Techday and what is DataCenterNews NA? Here's a brief introduction into our launch and why it's set to disrupt the industry.
Edge data centres: Future-defining tech or just a bad joke?
Volta's managing director discusses the topic of edge data centres and how the days of consolidation could be numbered.
StorageCraft claims to be disrupting storage silos
"For too long big legacy vendors have encouraged IT buyers to think about their data and storage infrastructure in silos. Those days are numbered."
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.