David Keegan, CEO of DataQube, explains how the IoT and edge computing are driving demand for 5G-ready data centres in the advent of all things ‘smart’ and the impact this is having on the classic data centre business model.
Tag: Internet of Things
Schneider Electric is set to deploy its smart building and power management solutions in a new state-of-the-art Midland Metropolitan University Hospital. The new hospital, run by Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust, will provide services to more than half a million patients. Behind the scenes, Schneider Electric’s EcoStruxure™ solutions will be
Are banks and their partners prepared for 5G? As the roll-out of this technology continues, Louise Lunn, vice president, Global Analytics Delivery at FICO examines the challenge facing European banking. The comprehensive roll-out of 5G across the UK and the rest of
Various developments including the growing volume of IoT data and the emergence of new AI incorporating applications, is set to drive demand for high performance computing (HPC) solutions over the next five years, contributing to an increasingly vibrant, and competitive, market for
John Day, sales engineering leader, UK&I and Nordics at Commvault, highlights why 5G is so much more than just ‘faster downloads’ and why data (and not just any data) is vital to maximising its potential. The evolution of technology means that convergence
Despite the many benefits of connected vehicles being touted in the press, it all sounds great, but do we really want to put our autonomy, and therefore safety in the hands of a wilfully minded machine? The experts at SGS help us
We rely on data centres to live our day to day lives, but in doing so, these facilities kick out a lot of power which isn’t all that great for our environment. This is why WZMH Architects have devised a new concept
Simon Michie, CTO at Pulsant, explores the impact IoT and edge computing will have on the data centre industry. By 2030 the number of devices connected to the internet could reach 125 billion according to IHS Markit. The immense volume of data
Comms365 has been awarded funding as part of ChargePlace Scotland’s Low Carbon Transport Innovation Challenge to help tackle electric vehicle (EV) charging issues across ChargePlace Scotland electric vehicle charging network. Comms365 Limited, an innovative network services and IoT infrastructure company, was announced
Here, Power Control explores the ever upward trajectory of the data centre market and highlights the advances in UPS technology that will pave the way for further success, not only now, but in the future.