Energy efficient stories
Huawei joins ITU and IAEA's AI for Good 5G Challenge
The 5G energy consumption modelling challenge, curated by Huawei, aims to develop machine learning models that reduce energy consumption.
FMI: Water desalination equipment market value $25b by 2032
Future Market Insights (FMI) has released new research that forecasts the water desalination equipment market will value USD$25 billion by the end of 2032.
TÜV Rheinland to certify Alibaba Cloud customer emissions
Thanks to the certification, Alibaba Cloud’s customers can transparently and credibly demonstrate the progress they have already made in their carbon emissions.
2032 digital substation market to be US$14.11 billion: FMI
The digital substation market was valued at US$6.5 billion in 2021. It is expected to be US$14.11 billion by 2032, growing at a 7.3% CAGR from 2022 to 2032.
Pure Storage unveils energy-efficient data growth solution
Pure Storage has unveiled FlashBlade//E, a scale-out unstructured data repository with industry-leading energy efficiency built to cope with exponential data growth.
How the power crisis will foster UPS opportunities
Understanding the key variables and specific goals for individual data centre operators or customer requirements will provide a clear decision-making process to guard against business collapse.
Solar energy expansion is heading sky high
As solar energy and storage becomes the cheapest and most resilient source of energy around the world, millions of businesses are gearing up to participate in the transition away from fossil fuels.
IBM LinuxONE servers help clients reach sustainability goals
IBM has unveiled the next generation of its LinuxONE server, a highly scalable Linux and Kubernetes-based platform intended to support thousands of workloads in the footprint of a single system.
AIBP announces 2022 winners of ASEAN Tech for ESG Awards
AIBP has announced the three winning entries of its ASEAN Tech for Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) Awards to be presented at the 2022 AIBP ASEAN Innovation Retreat.
Q&A: Nnaisense talks AI and energy efficiency for data centers
Using AI to reduce energy consumption is one of the more important applications of this technology, and the addressable market at data centers around the world is significant.
BAI aims to reach net-zero by 2040 with new program
BAI Communications Australia has announced a target of reaching net-zero emissions by 2040 as part of its Towards Carbon Neutral (TCN) program.
Legrand unveils Nexpand, a data center cabinet platform
Legrand has unveiled a new data center cabinet platform, Nexpand, to offer the necessary scalability and future-proof architecture for digital transformation.
BWX announces new warehouse utilising Dematic automated solution
Australian natural wellness and beauty company BWX has recently gone through a period of sustained growth, expanding its Melbourne operations with the announcement of a new highly automated manufacturing DC.
Equinix opens co-innovation facility for data solutions
Equinix has recently opened a co-innovation facility in Washington, D.C, with the intent of leveraging solutions for its IBX data centres in Australia and around the globe.
Edge Centres lodges development approval for solar-power edge data center site Australia
According to Edge Centres CEO and founder Jonathan Eaves, development approval is an important step in kicking off the company’s deployment in Australia.
Vertiv launches scalable thermal management solutions
Vertiv has launched a new line of efficient thermal management solutions for high-density IT applications across Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
Honeywell launches ML solution to reduce buildings' energy consumption
Machine learning autonomously adjusts building energy settings to deliver up to 10% energy savings, says Honeywell.
Robots could help Aussie businesses save more than $100 million in energy costs
"For companies managing multiple sites in multiple locations around the country the focus needs to shift away from just saving money.”
DigiPlex axes 25% from data centre customers’ power bills
When it comes to data centres, electricity makes up one of the major costs for businesses – after all, we always want access to our data right?
UK’s silicon photonics consortium welcomes £4.8 million boost to R&D
Silicon photonics is seen as one of the key technologies to solve the surging volumes of IP traffic using astronomic volumes of energy.
Volvo XC60 becomes the king of SUVs at the auto express awards
This SUV is an electric-hybrid filled to the brim with the latest car technology, including some self-driving capabilities...
Vertiv helps Australian university slash data center energy use
Vertiv has helped Australia’s University of Melbourne slash its data center energy usage by up to 70% by replacing its AC fans with EC fans.
Metronode data center to provide 200kw for Australian Federal Govt agency
Australian data center provider Metronode has scored a deal with a Federal Government agency to supply up to 200kw for its Mitchell ACT data center.
Metronode claims Australian-first as 3 data centers achieve NABERS 4.5 rating
Metronode is celebrating an 'end-of-year boost' as the company announced that now three of its data centers have achieved a NABERS 4.5 star rating.