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Keysource helps with skills shortage

Keysource, the datacentre and critical environment specialist, has launched a new specialist service designed to help organisations that need are struggling to recruit candidates with the right experience. It has been designed to help address the current skills shortage across the datacentre, pharmaceutical and wider technology sectors, which is also making it challenging to retain people, often resulting in a lack of consistency and momentum for major transformation strategies, programmes and projects.

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Kao Data launches the Kao Academy

The Kao Academy was created to help engage children aged 7-11 (Key Stage 2, Years 3-6) about the growing importance and relevance of data centres to our everyday lives.

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Custodian selects Aqua as premier cooling partner for new Dartford site

Aqua installs bespoke closed-loop air conditioning system with integrated free cooling at Custodian’s ‘DA2’ site.

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New microgrid solution keeps sustainable power flowing to and from data centres

Innovative microgrid solutions allow data centres to run on their own energy sources with a reduced carbon footprint enabling additional revenue streams.

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DataQube Global obtains exclusive rights to market products of LiquidCool Solutions

DataQube Global, a developer of a breakthrough podular edge data centre solution, has obtained exclusive rights to market products of LiquidCool Solutions, Inc. (LCS) in various markets around the globe. In addition, DataQube has agreed to make an investment in LCS.

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Schneider Electric launches Uniflair cooling innovation

Cooling efficiencies reduce annual energy use and TCO.

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Continuing unprecedented growth in the datacentre sector may be at risk due to increasing concerns around scarce resource and rising labour costs according to the latest industry survey from Business Critical Solutions (BCS), the specialist professional services provider to the international digital infrastructure industry.
DigiPlex, the leading Nordic data centre operator, and Stockholm Exergi (formerly Fortum V?rme), the leading heating and cooling supplier of Stockholm, Sweden, have signed a large-scale heat reuse agreement. The agreement is the world’s first where an already operational data centre with an indirect evaporative air-to-air cooling solution, will be retrofitted to recover excess heat for the local district heating system. The agreement corresponds to heating up to 10,000 modern residential apartments.
Latest addition to the executive team will help develop new channel programmes to achieve substantial growth.
Businesses from a wide range of sectors are fuelling demand for “greener” data centres, bringing environmental issues to the forefront of the data centre industry.
Super Micro Computer is making available a range of liquid cooling solutions that reduce costs and allow the most demanding applications to run with less jitter and at faster CPU frequencies.
Cybersecurity, cloud and fog computing, and sustainability spark new archetype trends in the data centre landscape.
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Just how flexible is your data center cooling system? The incredibly agile and efficient Liebert DSE Free-Cooling system is designed around a single platform that can be configured in many ways for placement indoors or outdoors. With more than 5,000 installations globally and growing each day, it’s the most popular cooling system in the Vertiv stable of offerings.

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