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'Freezing' winter could thwart data center construction plans, warns Aggreko
A freezing winter ahead could pose major setbacks for data center construction projects already delayed by COVID-19 this year.
Macquarie Data Centres 'tops out' Sydney IC3E data centre
The data centre, which has a stage one investment of AU$85 million, will generate 43 megawatts of power to support Australian businesses, including the Federal Government.
Alibaba Cloud launches three hyperscale data centers in China
The company now operates five data centers in China, with at least 10 more planned in the coming years.
STULZ develops next generation data center cooling system
“Climate management is one of the key challenges faced by operators of large, colocation and hyperscale data centres. A failure to understand the consequences of heat generation and deal with it properly can be disastrous."
How variable frequency drives and motors create energy-efficient cooling for data centres
Investing in variable frequency drives (VFDs) and energy efficient motors in cooling systems can make a massive contribution to keeping energy consumption under control.
Manage what you measure with clarity
Data center management solutions enable facilities and IT professionals to intelligently reduce energy consumption
Aggreko warns DC operators to prepare for the summer heatwave
Data centre operators must not overlook the importance of protecting data centre equipment and preventing downtime in the most critical periods.
Schneider Electric launches data centre cooling solution for the edge
“Simply put, our new vendor-neutral, rack mounted cooling solution is right-sized for edge micro data centres and provides the right answer for cooling today's critical edge technology."
DigiPlex backs Nordic region as next data centre mecca
The European data centre market is ‘overheated’ and under more pressure than ever, which is why more providers are considering the Nordic region as a place to set up shop.
GRC steps up with new data center cooling solution
The ICERaQ Micro is a self-contained 24U server rack that can support up to 50kW of critical IT load for industries including edge data centers, smart cities, and IoT applications.
Schneider Electric’s key considerations for deploying a hybrid data centre
Pod frame architectures and liquid cooling can greatly improve the efficiency of hybrid IT applications.
Schneider Electric expands data center cooling portfolio
Some operators struggle to manage the heat profile introduced by new servers in the data center, so Schneider Electric developed the solution to allow fewer units to provide the same amount of cooling capacity.
North American modular data center market expected to dominate
"Modular data centers have also been adopted by various governments for storing the data as a backup to deal with expected disasters and emergencies."
Google reveals steps towards data center sustainability
At present, a Google data center uses 50% less energy than a typical data center, and it also delivers seven times more computing power than it would have done five years ago.
Opinion: The growing importance of sustainability in data centres
Aruba's Alessandro Bruschini discusses why to carry on growing, the data centre industry will have to turn to green methods of energy consumption and production.
Beyond renewables: Emerging technologies for “greening” the data centre
Park Place Technologies’ CEO shares his views on innovations aside from renewable energy that can slim a data centre’s footprint.
Data centre liquid cooling market set to skyrocket
The industry is set to benefit from a number of factors, with a number of vendors leading the way in innovation.
Interview: Next steps needed in data centre energy efficiency
SPIE UK's Peter Westwood shares what needs to be done to make the vision of a data-driven world more sustainable.
Fujitsu takes conservation prize for immersion cooling system
The prize was awarded for the Fujitsu Server PRIMERGY Immersion Cooling System that can reduce power consumption by up to 40%.
Liquid cooling key to silencing a noisy data centre
Data centre are famous for being very noisy, but Schneider Electric's Steven Carlini says liquid cooling infrastructure could change that.
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.
DigiPlex’s data centre heat reuse system wins award
Its solution to reuse heat to warm thousands of local homes took out the accolade at the recent 2018 Energy Awards.
CyrusOne investing in new Amsterdam data centre
CyrusOne is continuing its rapid and relentless investment into Europe, with news emerging of a new facility in the Netherlands.
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.