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University of Birmingham deploys UK’s largest IBM POWER9 AI cluster
After originally deploying just two servers, the University realised it needed more horsepower and added another nine.
Datacentres Ireland gets the ball rolling in Dublin
Ireland’s largest dedicated gathering of suppliers for data centres today opened in Dublin and is set to span two days.
Frankfurt overtakes London as largest data centre cluster
After many forecasts predicting it, a new report of Europe's top 20 data centre clusters has confirmed London has lost its crown to Frankfurt.
Enterprises to begin closing their data centres
Dan Hushon predicts next year companies will begin bidding farewell (if they haven't already) to their onsite data centres.
HPE extends cloud-based AI tool InfoSight to servers
HPE asserts it is a big deal as the system can drive down operating costs, plug disruptive performance gaps, and free up time to allow IT staff to innovate.
Opinion: Data centre management can learn from the Navy
While a nuclear submarine may seem like a completely different beast from a data centre, the similarities in how they should be managed are striking and many.
HPE launches new Datacenter Care capabilities
The company asserts the new capabilities will be delivered by HPE PointNext and will help businesses simplify complex IT environments.
Digital transformation an almost $2 trillion industry by 2022
"The unprecedented speed at which technologies are coming to market supporting DX strategies can only be described as frantic."
Eccellente! AWS building new data centres in Italy
The new infrastructure region is expected to be complete in early 2020 to enable customers to run workloads and store data in Italy with even lower latency.
NEXTDC adds 9MW customer contracts at new Sydney data centre
“The demand for our data centre services continues to accelerate and exceed our expectations, particularly in the Sydney market."
Interview: VR’s imminent impact on the data centre
Interxion's Bryan Hill shares his insights on the impact VR will have on the data centre industry, whether we have the necessary infrastructure, and the potential risks.
Digital Realty claims sustainability award at REITworld 2018
The company took home the National Association of Real Estate Investments Trust (Nareit) data centre ‘Leader in the Light’ award for the second consecutive year.
Informatica releases its next-generation iPaaS in APAC
Enterprises in APAC can now leverage Informatica’s iPaaS, which delivers a secure microservices-based solution.
EMEA data centre spending to flatline until Brexit’s sorted
“2018 is not a good year for IT spending in EMEA,” says Gartner research vice president John Lovelock.
DataCentres Ireland 2018 just around the corner
Ireland’s largest dedicated data centre exhibition is taking place later this month with a two-day event promising to delve into the country's flourishing data centre industry.
Fujitsu providing servers for data centre inside a wind turbine
"There is plenty of space inside many wind turbine towers for IT and infrastructure equipment, enabling the low-emissions distributed data centres of the future."
Intel who? AWS opts with AMD chips for cost-savings
AMD shares surged about four percent after the announcement that Amazon Web Services (AWS) would be employing its services.
ABB drives the standard for automation and IIoT architectures
Adoption of the OPC UA over TSN standard will allow companies to leverage the benefits of multi-vendor, peer-to-peer communications.
IBM VP: How are CIOs mastering a multi-cloud world?
IBM's Jim Freeman discusses how CIOs are making the most of multi-cloud as a new generation of cloud tools emerge.
Nadella confident future data centres will be underwater
In June this year Microsoft stretched the boundaries of data centres by dumping one in the sea and Nadella says there will be many more.
DigiPlex claims most recognised data centre brand in the Nordics
Results from an IDG survey put DigiPlex at the top with the analysts labelling it an 'unusually speedy repositioning journey'.
Using analysis to save on IT maintenance costs
Ill-fitting maintenance plans, whether over- or under-prescribed does cost you money - but, with a little analysis you can save a lot.
Vertiv bets on turnkey data centres with new Thailand facility
APAC’s ICT market has seen substantial growth of late with no signs of slowing, and it appears Vertiv is looking to tap into that with its latest investment.
Opinion: The future of data centre design and construction
Flexenclosure's Jos Baart discusses the evolution of data centres and how they will be built to match demand in the coming years.