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Eaton unveils new power distribution partner programme
The company has also appointed Mark Anning as the power distribution A/NZ channel manager.
VMware achieves carbon neutrality two years early
“As an innovative company with sustainability at our core, we are thrilled to announce our achievement of carbon neutrality two years ahead of our 2020 goal."
Hitachi Sunway releases data centre ‘wishlist’ for Malaysia
The company's CEO is confident in Malaysia's future, but asserts changes must to be made to stimulate growth in the data centre industry.
Opinion: Modern day back-UPS technology explained
Technology has become incredibly prominent in our lives, making the need for power sources that don’t falter a universal requirement.
Stirling University opts with APT for data centre upgrade
After converging the campus' IT infrastructure from three data centres to two, the University of Stirling looked into a power upgrade.
Data center operators are in the midst of 'perfect storm'
“Today, operators are grappling with new challenges, including increased complexity and high interdependency of systems and data centers."
Vertiv launches new UPS solution for Asia & A/NZ markets
Vertiv has bumped up its uninterruptable power supply (UPS) portfolio with a new addition to the family: The Liebert EXS.
Optimising data centre energy efficiency in a world of renewables
Eaton East Asia VP of sales says the move to renewable energy is encouraging, however change is required to combat its volatile nature.
Opinion: Data centers must work closer with energy companies
AN IDG analyst says data center energy requirements are increasing faster than efficiency gains and energy grids can no longer keep up.
Europe’s data centres need more brains than brawn to tackle energy efficiency
Honeywell's Daniela Pandrea delves into the issues around data centre energy efficiency and asserts the solution is really quite simple.
Opinion: 5 data center ideas that would never have been imagined 50 years ago
If you could go back in time, how would you possibly explain modern data center concepts to a late-1960s “data processing programmer”?
Vertiv extends partnership with Russian data centre IXcellerate
The relationship between the companies has extended for more than five years,with Vertiv gaining more input over time.
NAB apologises after nationwide systems outage
The bank experienced major connectivity issues leaving many customers unable to access their money.
Free run over for energy companies as Government tightens reins
To ensure consumers aren’t paying more for their energy than they need to, the Government has launched an investigation.
Interoute shares measures taken to win energy efficiency award
After winning the SIG GIGA Trophy, Interoute has laid bare some of its innovations in energy efficiency at its Geneva data centre.
Angel Trains spreads bare its data centre infrastructure
Angel Trains, a British-based train leasing company, has revealed what's under the hood in its complex IT operation.
Buddy Platform and Telstra cease reseller negotiations
The IoT vendor has now turned to Dicker Data for the distribution of its Ohm platform in Australia.
Vertiv releases new uninterruptible power supply for edge applications
"Customers now need solutions that are able to operate even when exposed to harsh elements.”
French firm invests S$80 million in Singapore's energy initiatives, creates 170 new jobs
French energy firm Engie will invest S$80 million over the next five years in establishing a Centre of Expertise for District Cooling in Singapore.
Data center giants team up to tackle Australia's steep energy prices
“Given the sharp incline of energy prices, organisations need to clear [market] barriers and act quickly.”
$240m Singapore data center sets the bar high for energy efficiency & security
“As data centers generally consume large amounts of energy, we set ourselves a target – to obtain the highest Green Mark award from BCA."
Does the chemistry of a lithium-ion battery dictate how safe it is?
The chemistry has a substantial impact on the various performance characteristics of a battery, not just on its safety.
Vertiv ramps up the energy efficiency of NEXTDC's Melbourne data center
Vertiv’s cooling solution also meets International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) standards for maximum reliability and energy efficiency.
Australia’s utilities sector must innovate to tackle energy poverty
Energy poverty affects over 42,000 families in Australia, namely indigenous Australians, pensioners and low-income families.