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Custodian supports Vitanium growth with a cost-effective, sustainable data centre platform

Organisations are ramping up their data protection capabilities as cyberattacks and downtime become more frequent than ever. With the help of Custodian Data Centres, Vitanium re-evaluated its business strategy and established itself as a key provider of data protection services for end-users. Vitanium is a world-class data protection specialist, ISO 27001/ ISO 9001 accredited data […]

Firmus benefits from data center powered by grid connected renewable energy

Firmus, the Australian cloud infrastructure provider, has built its sustainable public cloud on Canonical’s Charmed OpenStack and Charmed Kubernetes.  Cloud data centers are some of the most egregious offenders when it comes to emissions and environmental impact. With demand for cloud computing rising exponentially, overcoming climate challenges requires a fundamental change in data center technology […]

Neos Networks supports Bakkavor’s network transformation with SD-WAN

Networks are a critical component of a data centre’s performance and it is essential that organisations operate with robust and resilient network infrastructure to continue accelerating at speed. Richard Barton, Network & Datacentre Domain Lead, Bakkavor, discusses how the organisation relies on data centres for optimum performance and tells us how the network transformation afforded […]

BNP Paribas Real Estate to establish success across UK data centre market 

With more pressure placed upon the data centre industry to appeal to new clients and establish long-lasting relationships, knowing where to invest is key. Here, Michael Umfreville discusses his new role as Head of Data Centres at BNP Paribas Real Estate, what this means for the business and how he will lead his team to […]

Deep Dive: Rob Coupland, CEO at Pulsant

We ‘deep dive’ with Rob Coupland, CEO at Pulsant, who tells us about life inside and outside the office. What would you describe as your most memorable achievement in the data centre industry? A particular highlight for me has been leading Pulsant through the pandemic. When we entered lockdown in early 2020, I was still ‘the new […]

Data centres: ‘The arteries and organs of the Internet and all that runs and relies upon it’

Data centres are the lifeblood of modern civilisation, says Neil Cresswell, CEO of VIRTUS Data Centres, and it’s hard to disagree as we find ourselves depending upon them more and more for enabling technology advancements in today’s digital world. It’s therefore the responsibility of data centre providers to keep their facilities safe, secure and available, […]

A consultative approach to high-performance, sustainable, colocation services in the Nordics

atNorth required a customisable, robust and high-quality containment solution that met its demands for performance and efficiency. Jóhann Þór Jónsson, atNorth’s Director Project Management and Business Development, tells us how Subzero Engineering’s Essential Plus+ product line offered a vendor-neutral, quick-to-deploy and flexible containment system which met atNorth business needs. atNorth is a leading Nordic data […]

How the NHS increased video calls during the pandemic thanks to colocation provider

StarLeaf, a leading provider of telecommunications services, managed to rapidly scale its services to support its growing customer base and retain its position as a keystone provider to the NHS. It achieved this by hosting its infrastructure in ServerChoice’s data centres. Andy Wild, Cloud Operations Manager at StarLeaf, tells us more about how this was […]

Telehouse America strengthens security with Genetec

Data centre managers are taking security to the next level by implementing robust physical security procedures for their facilities. Telehouse America, a leading IT provider, has strengthened its security capabilities by implementing Genetec’s solutions to modernise its offering. As the Internet evolved in the 1980s, Telehouse was busy building the infrastructure to support booming network […]

Creval modernises its network to improve operational resilience and agility

The move to open networking and next-generation software-defined networking has offered one of Italy’s leading banking institutions, Credito Valtellinese [Creval], significant technical and operational benefits. The organisation has upgraded its data centre infrastructure, with greater capacity for improved performance. Bruno Franchetti, Chief Network Architect, Creval Group, discusses how the organisation worked with Pluribus Networks and […]

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