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Cloud traffic to quadruple by 2019

The fifth annual Cisco® Global Cloud Index (2014-2019)  forecasts that global cloud traffic will more than quadruple by the end of 2019, from 2.1 to 8.6 zettabytes (ZB), outpacing the growth of total global data center traffic, which is forecast to triple during the same time frame (from 3.4 to 10.4 ZB).

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Sudlows named favourite By bet365

Data centre and communications infrastructure specialist Sudlows, has secured a major IT infrastructure project with online gambling specialists, bet365.

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Specialist support from Keysource

Keysource, the expert in business critical environments, has appointed a senior industry specialist to head up its fast growing Critical Facilities Management Division. The appointment is in response to increasing demand from organisations who recognise the need for a specialist approach to engineering and operations in business critical environments.

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Trade-off tools for data centre design

Based on the input of customer requirements, the tools will aid in the design and deployment of prefabricated or traditonal build data centres, highlighting potential PUE levels, carbon emissions and cost savings to ensure project teams make sound decisions in the early planning phase.

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Finland’s CSC turns to CommScope for rapid data centre expansion

As a non-profit, state-owned company tasked with promoting the operational framework of Finnish research, education, culture and administration, Finland-based CSC – IT Centre for Science Ltd. (CSC) has an obligation to provide its growing customer base with competitive computing resources for research. To quickly meet the increasing customer needs for data centre capacity, CSC deployed the Data Centre on Demand™  (DCoD) modular, purpose-built data centre solution from CommScope.

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Eaton-Williams becomes part of Nortek Global HVAC

Eaton-Williams Group Limited is now part of Nortek Global HVAC in Europe with immediate effect.

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Winter is coming, and data centres really must be prepared

Power shortages could cost businesses if back up power supplies fail.

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CNet Training now offers CPDs

CNet Training offersCPDs (Continual Professional Development) to students on all of their qualification level 5 programs.

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Load calculator launch

Uninterruptible Power Supplies has launched a free kVA load calculator to help end users, consultants and electrical contractors identify and better understand their UPS needs.

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Keysource completes Jaguar data centre

Keysource, the data centre and design build specialist, has completed the prestigious data centre for Jaguar Land Rover’s new Engine Manufacturing Centre in Wolverhampton.

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Airedale International continues string of awards successes

British cooling specialist Airedale International continues to maintain its awards momentum with further nominations and successes just announced.

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PCL delivers critical power protection for Datatech

Power Control Ltd (PCL) has supplied one of the country’s leading IT solutions providers, Datatech UK Ltd, with two high efficiency Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) systems for its new tier 4 data centre in Redditch, Worcestershire.

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Videos

Matt Howard, SVP and Chief Marketing Officer at Virtru, provides some great insights into the Trusted Data Format (TDF) and explains why the time is right to launch the OpenTDF Project – giving the developer community the opportunity to address the many security complexities of the digital data ecosystem.
Thor Johnsen, Head of Triple Point's Digital 9 Infrastructure plc., discusses the organisation’s recent data centre acquisitions in London and Finland, as it seeks to develop a multi-site, multi-location strategy with sustainability as a central focus.
Charles Hunsucker, General Manager Americas and Data Centers at Kohler Uninterruptible Power, explains how its entire range of mission critical diesel generators is now compatible with Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil (HVO) – the latest development in the company’s sustainability focus.
Aoife Foley, IEEE Senior Member and Professor, School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Queen’s University Belfast, provides valuable insight into a whole range of technology, social and political challenges and opportunities which are shaping the quest for Net Zero.

Expert Opinions

Under pressure from big merchants and watchful regulators, the two mega app stores Apple and Google made concessions last year that gave merchants monetisation options outside of their stores. For example, in June 2020, the European Commission opened an anti-trust investigation to “assess whether Apple's rules for app developers on the distribution of apps via the App Store violate EU competition rules.”
By Shai Haim, Radware’s 5G network security specialist.
By James Hunnybourne, Cloud Solutions Director, Ultima
By Richard Melick, Director, Product Marketing for Endpoint Security at Zimperium.