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Elliott Young, CTO, Dell Technologies UK, discusses edge computing – what is or isn’t happening as of now, how it contributes to companies’ sustainability objectives and, perhaps most importantly, the huge potential it offers almost every business when it comes to optimising the performance of their applications.
Pankaj Sharma, Schneider Electric's Global Executive Vice President, Secure Power Division, considers the importance of reducing greenhouse gases as a measurable sustainability objective, alongside the need to reconsider some data centre fundamentals, as well as recognising the demands of the digital world.
Ed Bissell, Sales Director, Stellium Data Centres, explains the advantages of Newcastle and the North East, as more and more organisations not only look to move to a colocation data centre solution, but also understand the benefits of working with a colo provider away from what might be called ‘traditional’ locations.
Warren Barrie, Director, Data Centers - Bulk Data Centers, explains how fintech companies are exploring alternatives to their current data storage and wider IT infrastructure footprints, as they ramp up commitment to their sustainability commitments. Moving to a data centre in the Baltic region could well be one such solution.
Dave King, Senior Product Manager at Cadence, discusses the company’s recent survey, which uncovered end user’s attitudes to digital transformation – which suggests that nearly all companies are embarked on such a programme, but experiencing a range of challenges along the way. Cadence’s digital twin solution helps organisations to understand both their current and future data centre infrastructure requirements.
Dominic Ward, CEO of Verne Global, provides some valuable in-depth insight into the sustainability challenges facing the data centre industry, acknowledging that more work needs to be done, not least when it comes to the standardisation of environmental reporting.
Eyjólfur Magnús Kristinsson, CEO, atNorth, discusses the company’s three recent Finnish data centre acquisitions, as it seeks to develop significantly its Nordic region portfolio. He also indicates that there will be further acquisitions during 2023 – Sweden and Denmark being prime targets - with legacy, brownfield and greenfield sites of various ‘shapes and sizes’ part of the growth strategy.
Pankaj Sharma, Schneider Electric's Global Executive Vice President, Secure Power Division, discusses the sustainability gap, with too many organisations talking up their environmental credentials, but failing to implement the necessary actions.
Through Google Distributed Cloud Virtual (GDCV), Hitachi UCP integrates with GKE Enterprise on Google Cloud to address growing demand for hybrid cloud, offering solutions for customer increased agility and flexibility.
Versa Networks has been selected to provide SD-WAN, Zero Trust access and Customer Edge Security Stack (CESS) functions for Thunderdome, the Defense Information Systems Agency’s (DISA) zero trust network access (ZTNA) and application security architecture. Versa products within the Thunderdome architecture provide conditional Zero Trust access at the network edge for DISA users.
According to a recently published report from Dell’Oro Group, 3Q 2023 marks the fifth sequential quarter of double-digit year-over-year (Y/Y) growth for the Data Center Physical Infrastructure (DCPI) market, that has historically grown at mid-single digit rates for the past decade.
Classiq, a leading quantum software company, and Oxford Quantum Circuits (OQC), a pioneering quantum computing hardware company, have formed a partnership that aims to make advanced quantum computing more accessible and streamlined for users across research and industry.