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Schneider Electric appoints Karlton Gray as IT Channel Director for the UK & Ireland

Experienced professional with proven track record of managing IT channel growth takes charge of UK & Ireland business.

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Wipro partners with National Grid to drive data centre consolidation

Sustainable data centres will streamline National Grid’s digital transformation journey.

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Subzero Engineering launches ‘Essential Micro Data Center’

Turnkey solution is building and infrastructure agnostic, providing 20%-30% cost-savings compared to other solutions in the market.

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Flexible data centres can reduce grid carbon emissions

Lancium™, a technology company focused on the energy transition, has published a Company-sponsored report “Impact of Large, Flexible Data Center Operations on the Future of ERCOT.” The report assesses the energy and environmental impact of deploying 5,000MW of flexible data center capacity in the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) grid by 2030. ERCOT manages the flow of electric power to more than 26 million Texas customers, representing approximately 90 percent of the state’s electric load.

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West Berkshire Council has completed an 18-month £200,000 upgrade of its main data centre with help from Redcentric.
New models are designed to cut costs and streamline deployment.
Schneider Electric is advancing the remote management and monitoring of data centres and edge computing deployments with a trifecta of innovations for more efficient and secure operations. Schneider Electric has enhanced its management platform EcoStruxure™ IT Expert with AI-supported UPS battery health assessment, an industry breakthrough of predictive capability.
As the world increasingly turns its attention to the action required to limit the damage being done to the environment by human activity, the data centre sector is getting to grips with the role it must play in reducing carbon emissions. Energy consumed by data centres is attracting more attention as a matter of concern, as global computing capacity continues to rapidly increase. Already, data centres use an estimated 200 terawatt hours (TWh) each year, more than the national energy consumption of some countries.
On-site service with separate support and tailor-made cabling saves planning work and accelerates preparation time.
Keysource has revealed the key findings of this year’s industry survey which is designed to give an insight into the decisions and considerations that UK IT directors and senior decision makers in the data centre industry are making, which in turn are influencing the market. It is titled “The New Normal & It’s Green!” as it acknowledges that much of the developed world has taken the decision to ‘live with the virus’ and look to the future, embracing the increasingly important sustainability criteria for all businesses.
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Australian fish farm undergoes IT upgrade by investing in edge infrastructure

Australian fism farming company Tassal looked at harnessing IT to make its business of growing salmon more sustainable and cost-effective. It invested in an integrated IT solution powered by Vertiv and Dell EMC for its business in Tasmania.

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