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Schneider Electric expands EcoStruxure IT capabilities
Schneider Electric has enhanced its EcoStruxure management platform with the addition of AI-supported UPS battery health assessment and a wealth of other features.
Eaton expand NZ presence, announces climate change targets
Eaton is expanding its distribution partnership with EllisCo into Aotearoa New Zealand and the global brand announces carbon neutrality by 2030.
Advanced Energy develops 48v power rack for Open Compute Project
Traditional data center racks use 12-volt power shelves. However, higher performance compute and storage platforms now demand more power, which results in very high current.
Eaton continues Aus growth, opens office in Brisbane
Eaton, the power management company, has demonstrated its investment in the Australian region and its partner ecosystem with a new office in Brisbane.
COVID-19: Sunbird Software offers data center monitoring to healthcare
Sunbird Software is joining the mission to help healthcare businesses during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Eaton opens new Late-Point Definition Centre in A/NZ
The new facility offers local customised solutions for its customers across the Australia and New Zealand region.
Vertiv to go public on New York Stock Exchange
Vertiv is going public on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), thanks to a merger with a special purpose acquisition company called GS Acquisition Holdings (GSAH).
EkkoSense launches 3D power usage schematic for DC operators
It is designed to simplify capacity planning by delivering a detailed analysis of UPS, DC and cooling power use in individual rooms and cumulatively across entire data center estates.
Serverius modernises Dutch data centres
Dutch colocation data centre provider Serverius is working with technology firm ABB to modernise its two data centres located in Meppel and Dronten.
Redefining power and energy for smart cities
How can we sustainably power the cities of tomorrow? The answers might lie in relooking some central components of smart cities – data centers, electrical vehicles (EVs) and smart homes.
WaveTech Global acquires Power Analytics
Global energy management company WaveTech Global has officially closed its purchase of specific assets belonging to Power Analytics, a real-time power modelling simulation and management software provider.
Earth Day 2019: How tech firms can support our planet's wellbeing
Six industry experts explain how they - and other tech organisations - can positively contribute to the wellbeing of our earth.
Information is power when choosing electricity plans
While 90% of respondents knew their average power bill over the summertime, more than half didn’t know their kilowatt hour (kWh) price, or their monthly usage amount.
How Renesas aims to simplify building automation
“With the trend toward energy efficiency and green design of commercial buildings, the challenge of renovating existing facilities is growing."
Eaton launches portal and revamped partner programme
The portal has many features including a training academy, monthly promotions, rewards and a 24-hour turnaround on deal registrations.
Three ways 5G will impact power management in 2019
Power failures or any network interruptions are not an option. Rolling out 5G is complex and presents a unique challenge for telco providers.