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Experts discuss how the UAE data centre industry will manage cooling requirements

Record-breaking heat waves are making headlines and straining economies around the globe, with no signs of cooling down in the immediate future. Beyond the impact on human lives, extreme heat is taking a major toll on data centre operations and infrastructure, from outages and disruptions at data centres in the UK, to reduced production at […]


Infrastructure solutions that meet the demands of digital organizations

SONDA, a major integrator of technology solutions in Latin America, has updated its infrastructure with Dell Technologies to enhance its offer of solutions and services aimed at solving the transformation and digitization needs of organizations throughout the region. For more than four decades, SONDA has been focused on transforming and making available technological solutions and […]


Experts discuss how data centre demands are shaping the APAC market

DC Byte, a leading data centre research and analytics platform, has shared insights from its Q1 2022 data centre report, published in partnership with Knight Frank, a leading global property adviser. For 2022, DC Byte and Knight Frank have adopted a fresh approach for the report, focusing on a larger number of markets, reflecting the dynamic […]


AEM expert on creating a data centre testing strategy to address increased infrastructure demands

With data centre infrastructure evolving to meet the changing needs of end users – including the incorporation of IoT devices – data centre managers can no longer rely on basic cabling testing. It’s critical that they have the tools available to be able to test and troubleshoot issues quickly, to ensure Business Continuity. Lisa Schwartz, […]


Vantage Data Centers awarded US$300 million green loan for VA13 facility in Northern Virginia

Vantage Data Centers, a leading global provider of hyperscale data centre campuses, has announced that it has closed on a US$300 million green loan in recognition of the sustainable design features of its VA13 data centre located in Northern Virginia. The loan was structured and arranged by Societe Generale, one of Europe’s leading investment banks […]


How are data centre providers offering a solution to the widening skills gap?

Kao Data, the specialist developer and operator of high-performance data centres for enterprise, cloud, HPC and AI, has launched the Kao Academy – an industry-first science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) resource, designed to engage primary and early secondary school-aged children with the purpose and role of a data centre. Created in collaboration with Cambridge […]


Data centre experts discuss how they’re demonstrating a commitment to greener data centre operations

Data centre executives are paying close attention to their management practices to ensure they meet their sustainability targets most effectively. A number of organisations across the industry are offering the opportunity to equip data centre leaders with the required skills to lead their teams with sustainability top of mind. Uptime Institute, the global digital infrastructure […]


Editor’s Question: How will adopting an Edge Computing strategy benefit organisations?

Scale Computing, a market leader in Edge Computing, virtualisation and hyperconverged solutions, has announced a collaboration with IBM that will help organisations adopt an Edge Computing strategy designed to enable them to move data and applications seamlessly across hybrid cloud environments, from private data centres to the Edge. Scale Computing is delivering on-premises Edge Computing […]


Competing with cloud operators and remaining relevant

“The Information Technology industry hasn’t always had a great reputation when it comes to sustainability, however, things are much better these days and the industry has stepped up to play its part in protecting this fragile planet,” said Andrew Brinded, SVP EMEA Sales, Nutanix. “But with cloud computing, the opportunity is there to take chunks […]


The data centre trends currently shaping the future of the industry

The past year has seen many of us working from home and spending a lot more time using streaming services and staying indoors. This has caused a greater demand on data centres worldwide leading to increased sales of equipment. Additionally, demand will also be driven by 5G data, Internet of Things (IoT) applications, the evolution […]


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