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The new world of edge data centre management
Schneider Electric’s Kim Povlsen debates whether the data centre as we know it today will soon cease to exist.
2019: The year of edge data centres, AI, and work/life balance
Schneider Electric's Kim Povlsen believes 2019 will be both a challenging and positive one for the IT industry.
AI driving liquid cooling renaissance in modern data centres
Liquid cooling has been around in niche applications for HPC applications for a while, but the new core applications for AI are putting increased demands in a much bigger way.
5 strategies for widening the colocation data centre talent pool
The colocation industry has one of the lowest unemployment numbers across industries, making talent acquisition a difficult task.
Opinion: Critical data centre operations is just like F1
Schneider's David Gentry believes critical data centre operations share many parallels to a formula 1 race car team.
Schneider Electric's bets for the 2019 data centre industry
From IT and telco merging to the renaissance of liquid cooling, here are the company's top predictions for the year ahead.
How Schneider Electric aims to simplify IT management
With IT Expert, Schneider Electric aims to ensure secure, vendor agnostic, wherever-you-go monitoring and visibility of all IoT-enabled physical infrastructure assets.
Opinion: Data centre operations must become more standardised
Schneider Electric's Anthony DeSpirito says with data centres being crucial to business profit and loss, CIOs must now be a partner in all strategic decisions.
Opinion: Europe leading the way in OCP adoption
Schneider's Robert Bunger discusses his key takings from the Open Compute Summit and how Europe is leading the US.
Edge data centres expanding to shared working spaces
Likely beginning a trend, Christie Spaces is now the first workspace in Australia to offer customers data centre rack space on-site for rent.
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.
Schneider reveals Uptime Institute-ready pre-fab data centres
“Prefabricated and Modular data centres are on a growth trajectory as organizations strive to bring business services closer to their constituents."
Green Mountain goes pre-fab to double data centre capacity
The company has partnered with Schneider Electric in an investment worth more than €31 million.
Opinion: GDPR requirements & opportunities for colocation providers
The law was enforced in May but is still confusing to some colocation providers as to which requirements they must comply with.
Opinion: How to capture “Lessons Learned” with cloud-based DCIM
Schneider's Kim Povlsen says it's vital to always be learning about and from problems in IT, and DCIM tools are vital to that.
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.
Stirling University opts with APT for data centre upgrade
After converging the campus' IT infrastructure from three data centres to two, the University of Stirling looked into a power upgrade.
Opinion: 5G needs IT and telco to converge in distributed cloud data centers
Steven Carlini says the worlds of IT and telco have been on a collision course and 5G NR may be the “coup de gras” of telco independence.
Opinion: Market collaboration is imperative in the hyperscale data center era
Schneider Electric's Frank Nash discusses the history of the data center and what needs to happen for the next step.
Quick thinking remedies vulnerability in Schneider Electric ICS controller
Radiflow discovered that a serious vulnerability in the devices put the safety and availability of ICS networks in jeopardy.
Catch-22: Rapid data centre growth colliding with ageing workforce
The IT industry as a whole is facing a shortage of skilled workers and the data center segment is no exception, with no quick fix available.
Schneider: Why support for edge data centers will need to be “Lights Out”
Dave Johnson says there is to be huge changes to data center infrastructure as edge computing takes a hold - here's his predictions.
New whitepaper determines what cooling compressor matches your data centre
Schneider Electric has released a new whitepaper that delves into the different types of cooling compressors and what their ideal usage is.
Opinion: What to expect when you’re expecting 5G NR deployment
Schneider Electric's Steven Carlini discusses the new wave of optimism surrounding 5G and what this means for the future of micro data centers.