How do you balance ever-growing demands of digital consumers with the need to ensure that data centres are not just energy efficient, but focus on making a very real difference when it comes to the environment?
DCS talks with Marc Garner, Vice President of Schneider Electric's Secure Power Division in the UK and Ireland.
Digitalisation World talks with David Craig, CEO of Iceotope, about the data centre and wider IT challenges which have led to the development of the ku:l micro data centre, which features a liquid-cooled chassis.
DCS talks to Rob Mather, Solutions Director at Power Control Ltd, looking at the role of UPS systems within the data centre. The conversation focuses on energy efficiency, with demand response, peak shaving, lithium-ion batteries and hydrogen fuel cells in the spotlight. Rob finishes with some valuable advice for organisations looking to purchase UPS technology.
Phil Alsop, Editor of DCS Solutions talks to Green Mountain
DCS catches up with Tor Kristian Gyland, Chief Executive Officer of colocation provider Green Mountain, to see how the opening of the company’s third data centre has gone to date, as the starting point for an entertaining and informative conversation focusing on key data centre industry issues. These include: sustainability, the pandemic impact, what to expect from 5G, IoT and the edge, and the skills situation. www.greenmountain.no
Datacentre Solutions Magazine talks to Jim Hart, CEO of BCS Integrated Solutions, focusing on the company’s recently published summer report, where disaster recovery plans and data centre trends come under the spotlight.
DCS looks ahead to 2021 with Jim Hart, CEO, and Stephen Whatling, Chairman, Business Critical Solutions (BCS). Energy efficiency and sustainability, edge, investment, Brexit and skills are amongst the topics discussed.
Phil Alsop, Editor of Digitalisation World talks 400G technology and use cases with Ray Hagen - Global Product Line Manager, and Jon Eikel, Chief Strategy Officer, both with ProLabs.
The conversation offers some great guidance on how to build out 400G infrastructure, the industry and applications where it is set to make a difference, and ends with a look to the future – 800G networks and beyond!
Digitalisation World talks Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) and, in particular, the importance of measuring and monitoring VDI performance to help ensure maximum uptime, with Michael Kent, Chief Technology Officer at Login VSI.
DCS talks data centres with Spencer Lamb, VP of Sales and Marketing at Kao Data, focusing on the company’s recently launched hyperscale offering and how best to meet the data centre needs of the rapidly developing HPC and AI markets.
Philip Alsop, editor of Digitalisation World and Data Centre Solutions, talks to Jennifer Deutsch, Chief Marketing Officer at Park Place Technologies, focusing on the company’s evolution from third party maintenance to a broader Discover, Monitoring, Support and Optimise (DMSO) approach when it comes to data centre infrastructure.
Phil Alsop, Editor of Digitalisation World talks to Andrew Toher, ENEL-X’s Head of Customer Insights, about the opportunities available to the data centre industry to move on from what might be termed the ‘low-hanging fruit’ of energy efficiency, to address the challenges around issues such as true sustainability, decarbonisation and good grid citizenship.
Digitalisation World talks to Tor Kristian Gyland, CEO of Green Montain, finding out how the company has overcome the data centre industry’s current skills shortage, and looking at its customer profile, before finishing with some advice for end users looking for a trusted colocation partner.
Castrol, one of the world’s leading lubricants brands, and Submer, an emerging leader for immersion cooling systems, have signed an agreement that will aim to accelerate the adoption of immersion cooling as a path to more efficient and more sustainable data centre operations.
Red Box, the leading platform for voice capture, and EvaluAgent, the all-in-one quality and performance management platform, have joined forces to enable call centre managers to access high quality voice conversations and transform quality assurance (QA) processes through automation.
Rittal is expanding its smart cooling unit solutions by adding the new Blue e+ S range. The companies latest generation of cooling units with their lower output categories of 300, 500, and 1,000 W have been designed for efficiency, ensuring a smaller footprint and lower costs – just like their “bigger brothers.” So it’s a win-win both for users and for our future.