Panduit has installed an intelligent sensing lighting solution for enterprise and data centre environments transitioning to Power over Ethernet (PoE) at its London Customer Briefing Centre (CBC).
The European Data Centre Association (EUDCA) has proudly announced that CyrusOne has joined the Board of Directors and Policy Committee as an Associate Member.
Data centres have become the cornerstone of today’s digitally transformed planet, but it is a technology success story tempered by the clear and present environmental impact created by an industry that consumes huge amounts of electricity. Eltjo Hofstee, managing director at Leaseweb UK, describes some of the ways that data centres could reduce their carbon footprint.
The UN’s Fashion Industry Charter has committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the fashion industry by 30% by 2030. In response, Google Cloud has announced a new pilot, in close collaboration with Stella McCartney, aimed to empower fashion brands with greater insight on the impact of their supply chains.
Satellite communications innovator and space gateway Goonhilly Earth Station has opened its new data centre and in doing so, has flexed its eco credentials by launching a managed green HPC platform for AI and ML compute on demand.
Lex Coors, chief data centre technology and engineering officer at Interxion, discusses how the company is helping fly the flag for green technology and what data centre operators can do to follow suit and harness that all-important green power.
David Watkins, solutions director for Virtus Data Centres discusses how the industry is delivering on its carbon zero commitments.
A new report from ITRenew has revealed a new model to help the global data centre industry unlock the full economic value of data centre hardware while optimising sustainability.
Not sure how sustainable a facility is? Cue DigiPlex, who has just published, ‘Will your IT withstand a sustainability review?’, a guide to help businesses assess and manage the sustainability profile of the data centres their data resides in.
Jim Chappell, global head of AI and Advanced Analytics at AVEVA, shares how data centres can exploit artificial intelligence to become more efficient, sustainable and robust.
Crisis is often the food of innovation. Six IT experts share their insights on how companies can innovate in order to minimise their environmental impact.
Inrego and IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute have recently published a new database model to measure the environmental savings of reusing IT.
Clare Hobby, director of purchaser engagement at TCO Development, explores the unique position of purchasers when it comes to their influence over the development of more sustainable products.
Cindy Ryborz, marketing manager DC EMEA at Corning Optical Communications, explores how data centre operators are managing their carbon footprint.
Superfast data processing using light pulses instead of electricity has been created by scientists.
Telia Carrier has announced its partnership with EcoDataCenter, the world’s first climate positive data centre.