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  • NO ORDINARY MODULAR UPS SYSTEM

    05 Dec 2019 Socomec UK

    Global power management expert, Socomec, is driving a stream of innovation to guarantee the performance of the new electrical ecosystem and has developed a disruptive new UPS solution that makes the latest advances in technology more accessible – and easier to deploy – than ever before.

     

     

  • No1 Data Centre Campus Norway

    06 Mar 2019 Nick Onyett

    Data Centre N01 Campus, Norway needed an energy efficient
    adiabatic cooling solution with low ambient conditions, water
    savings and specially designed for high snow loads and very low
    ambient conditions.

  • The high levels of power used and subsequent heat generated in server systems are the principle causes of fire in data centres. With data centres now covering hundreds of thousands of square metres, a small fire caused by a fault in just one piece of equipment or wiring can potentially spread to cause incalculable damage to the operator’s assets and reputation.

  • New knock-out sleeve

    23 Jan 2019 Roxtec

    The new Roxtec knock-out sleeve for onsite construction projects and pre-fabricated kiosks and shelters keeps the features of the existing sleeve and adds new innovative ones. The sleeves are now available and adaptable to varying wall thicknesses and can easily be connected into space efficient clusters.

  • Nylte

    06 Apr 2018
    Nlyte would like to thank you for visiting our booth at DCW London. We hope you had enjoyed speaking to our team and learning more about…
  • NorthStar

    06 Apr 2018

    NorthStar is a global leader in designing, manufacturing and deploying a wide range of batteries and energy storage solutions.

  • Chatsworth Products (CPI) was recently awarded a patent for a cost-effective, simplified electronic access control (EAC) product for data centre cabinets. This new technology combines access control, intelligent power management and environmental monitoring into a single, integrated platform—highlighting the company’s pioneering expertise in power products and solutions for the data centre.

  • A leading manufacturer of uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems is launching a ground-breaking new maintenance plan that promises not just an emergency response within a set timeframe, but a guaranteed fix time too.

  • Customers can now easily understand the cost savings of deploying Secure Array™ IP consolidation technology thanks to a new online savings estimator introduced by Chatsworth Products (CPI), the leader in data centre infrastructure.

    The cost of configuring cabinets in the data centre can be significantly high because of the number of additional network ports and IP addresses needed to network sensors. Traditional networks typically require one connection for each PDU, environmental device and electronic access control system per cabinet.

    Secure Array, an award-winning eConnect feature, reduces costs and minimises installation time by allowing customers to link up to 32 eConnect PDUs under a single IP address using standard Ethernet cables. Additional features include outlet grouping, data logging, threshold alarms and PDU cloning. Adding a second IP address provides failover capability, which allows functioning PDUs to continue communicating if a PDU in the array loses connectivity.

    Because eConnect PDUs seamlessly integrate with environmental monitoring and eConnect Electronic Access Control (EAC), 16 cabinets can be fully configured using only two connections instead of traditional deployments that require up to four network connections per cabinet. The online savings estimator demonstrates this substantial cost benefit.

     

  • Nlyte Expands Reseller Network in the UK and EMEA with E&I Engineering Ltd.   LONDON, UK – September 4, 2017 – Nlyte Software, the world’s leading software company focused on the management and optimi ...
  • The growing proliferation of PoE devices will be boosted by the much-anticipated release of IEEE 802.3bt Type 3 and Type 4 PoE in 2018. As a consequence, we will start to see more devices forego their AC power connection for PoE—everything from LED lights and digital displays to building automation devices and potentially desktop computers.

    Many of these devices can be connected to the network using plug-terminated links rather than traditional outlets and patch cords, and the upcoming TIA 568.2-D standard includes support for this configuration also known as  Modular Plug Terminating Link or MPTL.   All this points to more field-terminated plug options and support for plug-terminated links by both cabling and device manufacturers.

  • The CyberHub ECO.DC DCIM system from Stulz Digitronic Software, for monitoring and optimisation of data centres, helps reduce opex and maximises performance.

  • Nlyte 9.0 Bolsters the Leading Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) Solution Functionality and Scalability, Dramatically Improving User Experience  

  •   LONDON, UK – September 4, 2017 – Nlyte Software, the world’s leading software company focused on the management and optimisation of infrastructure in data centres and colocation facilities, has anno ...
  • New Product Provides Operational Efficiency, Improved Cybersecurity Across Leading Communication Protocols and Operating Systems

Latest News

  • 20-Jan-2020
    16:34

    Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) has partnered with Microsoft to accelerate the group's digital transformation as part of a multibillion-pound tech investment pledge announced two years ago.

    The strategic partnership will see the tech giant develop a "modern digital workplace" for the group, which has committed to investing £3 billion in technology to bring its offerings up to speed with agile challenger banks like Monzo and Revolut.

    Under the partnership, LBG will get the full force of Microsoft Managed Desktop: Office 365 productivity tools, Microsoft-managed security and feature updates, and a cloud-based "advanced device solution" to support the group's currency management. 

    The post Lloyds Banking Group lines up Microsoft Azure as part of £3 billion tech splurge appeared first on Techerati.

  • 20-Jan-2020
    15:51
    AI Regulated

    Writing in the Financial Times, Google chief executive Sundar Pichai said new rules were needed to ensure it was developed and used responsibly. Artificial intelligence is “too important” not to be regulated because of the damage it could cause if left unchecked, the boss of Google has said. Sundar Pichai said the correct use of AI had the potential to save lives, but issues such as deepfakes and the “nefarious uses of facial recognition” showed it could also be a danger to public safety.

    The post Google boss claims AI must be regulated appeared first on Techerati.

  • 20-Jan-2020
    14:59

    According to reports that surfaced late last week, Intel is planning to lay off a substantial number of employees within its Data Center Group as part of a significant restructuring of the division.

    SemiAccurate and Anandtech both reported Friday that between 35 and 33 percent of staff within the company's data centre unit face losing their jobs, just days before the semiconductor giant is scheduled to report its fourth-quarter results to media and investors.

    The post Intel planning Data Center Group job cuts appeared first on Techerati.

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