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  • The EU research and innovation programme, Horizon 2020, has awarded a three-year innovation project in Northern Sweden. The aim is to prototype the most energy and cost-efficient datacenter in the world.

  • SCHURTER presents the new waterproof IEC connector consisting of the appliance inlet type 4761 and the rewireable cord connector type 4762. With its high protection class IP67 or IP69K connected or unconnected with cover, this appliance coupler is perfect for supplying power to appliances used in harsh environments such as industrial, marine, laboratories or any type of outdoor appliances.

  • Leading provider of uninterruptible power supplies, MPower UPS, has taken advantage of the latest advances in virtual reality (VR) technology to demonstrate its new UPS solutions.

  • EcoCooling has walked away with a high commendation at the 13th annual RAC Cooling Industry Awards held in London.

  • Energy Saving Humidifiers

    30 Sep 2017 Humideco

    Energy saving ultrasonic humidifiers installed at Manchester data centre

  • BetterBox has been awarded the new BSI 9001:2015 Standard

    25 Sep 2017 Betterbox Communications & Network Services

    BetterBox has successfully transitioned to the new 9001:2015 Standard.

  • EcoCooling has announced a new range of evaporative cooling products with the new CloudCooler® range Designed for large scale data centers with rapid deployment strategies. The CloudCooler® is also available in a Nordic grade material allowing it to operate in very cold climates including areas within the Nordics and Arctic Circle.

  • AEG Power Solutions, a global provider of power supply systems and solutions for industrial, critical infrastructure environments and related power electronic applications, today announced the completion of its range of modular UPS with the launch of Protect Plus M400.

  • The SMISSLINE TP finger-safe plug-in socket system ensures that load-free devices and components can be snapped on and off under voltage without the need for additional personal protection equipment to guard against electrical hazards.

  • Rhode Island manufacturer of environment monitors recognized as a 2017 Innovation in Manufacturing winner in the Providence Business News Fastest Growing and Innovative Companies Awards Program.

  • Shanghai, July 18, 2017 – ABB will provide more than 1,500 units of MNS® low-voltage switchgear for the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) Jinqiao Technology Center project in 2017 to support the safe, efficient and reliable operation of the customer’s data center.

  • ABB renews its commitment to developing the next generation intelligent low-voltage switchgear as it unveils its latest solution, MNS Digital, at ABB Customer World on 27 – 29 June at the Hangzhou International Expo Center, China.

  • Substation with compact gas insulated switchgear will enhance power reliability and security

  • ABB is showcasing a modular and secure power supply and distribution solution for use in mission-critical applications such as data centers, process industries or hospitals at this year’s Hannover Messe. ABB’s MNS®-Up innovation integrates uninterrupted power supply (UPS) and switchgear technologies into a single and compact system.  For the first time, ABB is demonstrating the integration of MNS-Up with ABB AbilityTM Mission Critical Power Control System, a connected solution to ensure the reliability of critical power applications. 

  • AEG Power Solutions, a global provider of power electronic systems and solutions for industrial power supplies and renewable energy applications, today announced Protect Plus S500, its new transformer-less UPS that combines high efficiency values with a compact footprint and flexible configurations. Reducing overall cost of ownership, this latest addition to AEG PS range is the system of choice to protect critical loads for small and medium applications where low power consumption, ease of maintenance and space are important considerations.

  • 400 VDC for Data Centers

    24 Apr 2017 Schurter

    Converting, transforming, converting, transforming – vast amounts of unused electricity simply disappear in data centers. The idea of switching the power supply to direct current and bypassing a large proportion of these losses results in a paradigm shift.

  • The industry is surprised - the team of the specialists founded in 2015 and experts for conception and realisation of data centers celebrates once again its victory.

    After the surprise victory in 2016 at the ceremony for the coveted audience award taking place during the event of the German Data Center Award, ICT Facilities is winning once again the second time.

    "Almost 3.000 votes were cast. More than 50% were given to the submission, which was prepared in cooperation with Prof. Dr. Peter Radgen of the University Stuttgart", explained Ulrike Ostler, editor in chief of the leading branch portal "Datacenter Insider" during her laudatory speech of the audience award 2017.

    In both submitted technical categories 1 and 7, ICT Facilities could achieve the 3rd place with the solution "ICT Performer" (category 1) and "ICT AllInfraBox" (category 7) and came out top against their strong competitors.  
    In total, there have been 64 submissions (last year: 58) in 8 categories (last year: 9) which were evaluated by the expert jury formed by industry insiders. The three best submissions have been awarded.

    Together with the complete team of ICT Facilities, managing directors Stephan Lang and Holger Zultner were very delighted about the won prizes and good rankings in the categories at the audience award.

  • SCHURTER is continually expanding its standard line of power-inlet connectors and cord sets for the V-Lock system. More than 50 appliance power-inlet connectors and power entry modules as well as more than 40 power cables with various plugs, lengths and current ratings are available from stock.

  • EnerSys has presented its DataSafe XE batteries at Data Centre World this week. Specifically designed in response to the evolving requirements of modern critical UPS applications, and engineered with ...
  • Reflex Winkelmann optimises design of vacuum spray tube degasification system 

     

    Smoother, clearer and more efficient: The constant inspection of the services provided with the Servitec vacuum spray-tube degassing system has resulted in optimisation of the structure of the established systems. The detailed configuration of the system has been improved – for example, individual system components will be easier to access in the future. Start-up and maintenance will also be easier. Within the range, the Servitec 35, Servitec 60, Servitec 75 and Servitec 95 can be equipped directly with an optimal conductibility sensor on the feed-in section. The sensor is directly compatible with the software, enabling capacity monitoring of ion exchangers (feed-in). The motto is easy-to-install. And the fact is: The spray-tube has been stabilised again due to the modified design, enabling a greater load. With this, Reflex Winkelmann is emphasising its claim of making Servitec systems available for a wide range of purposes in industrial, residential and commercial buildings. 

  • EnerSys introduces higher density UPS batteries

    04 Apr 2016 EnerSys Batteries
    The DataSafe XE range is suitable for high temperature environments American energy storage specialist EnerSys has announced a new range of uninterruptible power supply (UPS) batteries, designed to de ...
  • Tier 3 and 4 data centres are designed with redundant power from source to socket, to cater for any eventuality resulting from a single failure.  But power outages in data centres can still occur.  Re ...
  • Scolmore Group is delighted to have come away with the highly coveted ‘Best New Product’ trophy at this year’s Electrical Wholesaler Awards, for its IEC Lock™ range of unique, patented IEC locking connectors. 

  • SPIE UK has been awarded a multi-million pound contract with Next Generation Data (NGD), operators of the largest tier 3+ data centre in Europe, for the design and installation of three new data halls with associated power trains. The works form part of NGD’s recent multi-million-pound investment into the further development of its world class facility and the latest expansion phase of an additional 250,000 sq. ft of capacity. 

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  • 13-Dec-2019
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    When we published our selection of cloud predictions last year, most predicted container orchestrator Kubernetes to consolidate its stranglehold over the container space and, correspondingly, modern cloud infrastructure.

    Last November, one of the most extensive customer surveys bore this prediction out. In its study of thousands of companies, cloud and infrastructure monitoring company Datadog found 45 percent of its customers were using Kubernetes. And if that wasn't evidence enough, just reflect on VMware's announcement in March that it plans to transition its enterprise virtualisation platform to a system that runs and runs on Kubernetes. In reality, Kubernetes' centrality to cloud was put beyond doubt just four weeks after we published last year's roundup. In January, IBM steamrollered into 2019 with a $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat that saw the company's popular Kubernetes implementation OpenShift integrated into IBM's new multi-cloud strategy.

    It is in this context that most of this year's experts consulted their cloud crystal balls. Rackspace's Lee James predicts 2020 to be a year of stiff competition between enterprise IT giants jostling to deliver a Kubernetes solution that dovetails with customers' multi-cloud goals. On the other hand, Stephan Fabel of Canonical says end-users will start to understand the limitations of Kubernetes, and accordingly, utilise it more strategically. Lastly, Pivotal's Michael Cote expects companies to use this experience to establish a singular, overall Kubernetes strategy.

    The post Cloud computing in 2020: views of the industry appeared first on Techerati.

  • 13-Dec-2019
    09:30

    Mid-December is upon us, which means it’s time for – you guessed it – our yearly data centre predictions roundup.

    As usual, we’ve handpicked four industry experts, all of whom have kindly consulted their crystal balls to serve up some digestible summaries of what lies ahead for the data centre in 2020.

    Without question, the chief takeaway from this year’s roundup is the centrality of sustainability.

    True, the environmental impact of IT has been scrutinised for several years now, but whereas once the interrogation was audible, now it is deafening. This is a consequence of the broader elevation of the issue around the globe, reinforced by the Greta Effect and the hellish wildfires that tore through the Amazon in November.

    The post The data centre in 2020: views of the industry appeared first on Techerati.

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