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  • Data centre performance specialist EkkoSense has announced that over 100,000 of its unique EkkoSensor low-cost temperature and humidity sensors are already being used in data centres worldwide.

  • One Giant Leap

    13 Jan 2020 Louis McGarry

    What do you do when you see a space man?  Park the car man!  I've always loved that joke!   But seriously, what relevance has it got to colocation data centre infrastructure?  

    The fact is that the processing capacity of servers is rapidly increasing.  Ten processors used to do the job that one can now do.  Moor's law states computer processing power doubles every two years.  Yet we also know that the speed at which we create data is growing at an astonishing rate and the situation is only set to escalate. 

    Datacentres are right to respond to anticipated future demand.  However, what also needs to be considered is the equally rapid reduction in IT power consumption.  With real-estate prices at a premium and set to continue to rise, plus the high costs of power consumption and maintenance of an oversized legacy UPS, being wise to maximise the use of existing infrastructures and constantly right-sizing appropriate to the load, can minimise running costs and maximise returns for the colocation datacentre.

    Colocation datacentres are generally assessed by customers on their PUE (Power Usage Effectiveness), level of resilience and the cost of space.  One option to optimise all three elements, is to look at deploying a decentralised infrastructure.  We are currently seeing around half of the colocation datacentres we work with moving in this direction.

    What do you do when you see a space man?  Park the car man!  I've always loved that joke!   But seriously, what relevance has it got to colocation data centre infrastructure?  

    The fact is that the processing capacity of servers is rapidly increasing.  Ten processors used to do the job that one can now do.  Moor's law states computer processing power doubles every two years.  Yet we also know that the speed at which we create data is growing at an astonishing rate and the situation is only set to escalate. 

    Datacentres are right to respond to anticipated future demand.  However, what also needs to be considered is the equally rapid reduction in IT power consumption.  With real-estate prices at a premium and set to continue to rise, plus the high costs of power consumption and maintenance of an oversized legacy UPS, being wise to maximise the use of existing infrastructures and constantly right-sizing appropriate to the load, can minimise running costs and maximise returns for the colocation datacentre.

    Colocation datacentres are generally assessed by customers on their PUE (Power Usage Effectiveness), level of resilience and the cost of space.  One option to optimise all three elements, is to look at deploying a decentralised infrastructure.  We are currently seeing around half of the colocation datacentres we work with moving in this direction.

  • Optical Connections

    06 Apr 2018

    Optical Connections has been providing the fibre optic community with the latest industry news and reports since 2011 via our website, monthly newsletter and quarterly magazine.

  • Optical Connections

    05 Apr 2018
    Optical Connections has been providing the fibre optic community with the latest industry news and reports since 2011 via our website, monthly newsletter and quarterly magazine.
  • Olson & The Data Centre Industry

    01 Mar 2018 OLSON ELECTRONICS

    Olson Electronics PDU’s can be found in many datacentres, some of which are the largest Datacentres in Europe and overseas. A data centre is a facility used to house various computer systems, telecommunications storage systems and associated data cabling infrastructure.

  • PUBLIC SECTOR

    SUPPLIER DIRECTORY - OVER 200 LISTINGS

     Free listing is open to all data centre suppliers wishing to sell into

    European Public Sector Data Centres

     

  • Optimize your ESD protection

    16 Feb 2018 nora flooring systems UK Ltd

    From when the first semiconductors came onto the market in the 1960s, electrostatic discharges have been more than just an annoyance. Even with low potential, they endanger components in the fields of electro technology, IT, and automation.

    With the right industrial flooring you can avoid the risk of ESD in data centers, production halls, laboratories and other working environments. nora has developed flooring systems especially for electrostatic protected areas (“EPA”), which dissipate and ground the discharges in a safe and controlled manner.

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