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Rising rack and power densities are driving significant interest in liquid cooling for many reasons. Yet, the suggestion that one size fits all ignores one of the most fundamental aspects of potentially hindering adoption - that many data centre applications will continue to utilize air as the most efficient and cost-effective solution for their cooling requirements. The future is undoubtedly hybrid, and by using air cooling, containment, and liquid cooling together, owners and operators can optimise and future-proof their data centre environments.
By Gordon Johnson, Senior CFD Manager, Subzero Engineering.
Fresh air free-cooling is certainly a solution that is readily available to lower your operating costs and reduce your organisation’s impact on the environment, delivering a more sustainable future.
Liquid Cooling is the next step for the Data Centre industry to achieve their aims of sustainability and Net Zero, and liquid spray cooling is the pioneering next step in the liquid cooling journey.
Dave Archer, National M&E Sales Manager at Mitsubishi Electric Building a greener future has become a key priority for individuals and businesses in the UK. Yet, 78% of the energy we use comes from fossil fuels which are responsible for most of the UK’s territorial emissions of climate-changing greenhouse gases. Using energy more efficiently and intelligently in everyday life is vital to averting climate change.
Tamsin Ashmore, CFO at Ultima, discusses her career to date - the challenges she has met along the way and how she has achieved success; and shares some brilliant insights as to women working in the tech space – how companies can support and progress their careers and, importantly, how to improve gender diversity within the industry.
John Wilson, Senior Fellow, Threat Research at Fortra, discusses the company’s recent 2023 report on Business Email Compromise (BEC) Trends, warning of the dangers of email impersonation, payment interception, phishing and hybrid vishing, before going on to explain how businesses can optimise their email security through considered use of technology, training and processes.
Martin James, VP EMEA at Aerospike, discusses the importance of application modernisation, efficient software and IT consolidation – all of which should mean the need for less databases, but with richer feature sets. He outlines both the pitfalls of holding onto legacy applications and systems and the benefits of modernisation and consolidation, with Aerospike well positioned to help customers with the attendant data management challenges and opportunities.
Jon Selway, Aryaka’s Vice President of Channel Sales – EMEA, discusses the SD-WAN, and not unrelated SASE and ZTNA, opportunities, both for small and medium sized enterprises and, therefore, the Channel organisations which serve them. He explains the various SD-WAN solutions available, advising end users, VARs and MSPs to ensure that when they do evaluate both networking and security solutions, there are no hidden surprises – with native and fully integrated stack solutions offering perhaps the best way forward.
Toshiba has officially opened the new, cutting edge Quantum Technology Centre in a ceremony attended by Lord Johnson, Minister of State for the Department for Business and Trade (DBT), and Hajime Hayashi, Ambassador of Japan to the United Kingdom.
ViewSonic has completed its comprehensive lineup of education solutions certified under Android™ Enterprise Devices Licensing Agreement (EDLA) with the announcement of its ViewBoard IFP52-2 Series. ViewSonic’s EDLA-certified solutions seamlessly integrate the Android operating system with the Google Play Store*, empowering teachers, students, and IT administrators with versatile collaboration tools and stateof-the-art security measures for enhanced productivity.