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Becoming the world’s most sustainable data centre nation

“Norway has a unique foundation for becoming the world's most attractive data center nation. We have a surplus of renewable energy, low electricity prices, good digital infrastructure and a cool climate. The Government is now strengthening its commitment to a sustainable data center industry. This will create many new jobs in the regions and help develop new digital services throughout the country," says Minister of Regional Development and Digitalisation Linda Hofstad Helleland.

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Securing the hybrid data centre

Against the backdrop of the rise of the remote workforce and the growing prevalence of sophisticated attacks such as ransomware, zero day malware and supply chain attacks, CISOs have been forced to rethink their security architecture. Today, with the need for distributed applications to support their business and security needs, organisations are leveraging hybrid data centres and security architectures. By Ian Porteous, Regional Director, Security Engineering, UK&I at Check Point Software Techn...

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Global Technical Realty & KKR build momentum

Global Technical Realty (GTR), a $1bn European build-to-suit acquisition data center platform, has launched a new 10.5 megawatt (MW) data center in Petah Tikva, Israel’s premier data center hub.

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Node4 keeps DB Systel UK on the right track

Managed, Colocated Data Centre Services for Europe’s biggest rail transport provider.

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CyrusOne expands European footprint

CyrusOne has announced the freehold purchase of a 5-acre site at a prime location in Alcobendas, Madrid, to build a new data center facility. This is the company’s first planned European facility beyond the FLAP-D markets and will enable customers to rapidly scale digital transformation strategies by deploying critical infrastructure at the heart of this enterprise and emerging hyperscale market.

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Successful expansion at Green Mountain’s Oslo region data centre site

Only nine months after the opening of the DC3-Oslo data center, the site expands with an additional 4MW building. This second building is a built-to-suit project for a large international cloud provider and was delivered ahead of schedule despite the challenges posed by Covid-19.

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DigiPlex has reached an agreement with the European Environment Agency to host the organisation’s se...
The 8-hour Data Centre Fundamentals program is now improved with expert Instructor narration.
Colt Data Centre Services (DCS) has appointed Hiroshige Sugihara as Vice President, Head of Asia-Pac...
London experienced 52MW take-up, with a Year-to-date take-up of 139MW. A substantial increase on the...
With the news of the pending acquisition of QTS Realty Trust, Synergy Research Group data shows that...
Sungard Availability Services and Megaport have formed a new partnership that will enable Sungard AS...
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Elektrobit Case Study: Enable Immense Data Intake to Support Autonomous Driving

Automated vehicles record and process massive amounts of data daily with simulations and high capacity sensors. For Elektrobit, a global supplier of connected software for the automotive industry, the biggest challenge was how to securely store, transfer and process these large amounts of data. The interconnection-first approach, deployed on Platform Equinix®, provided Elektrobit the fastest and most stable option available. Find out how Equinix, with its global data centers and digital edge presence, boosted efficiency, performance, reliability and security for Elektrobit.

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