06 December 2023
Critical Power Supplies (CPS) has entered a strategic partnership with Exagate to bring its environmental monitoring systems, and power distribution and energy monitoring smart solutions for data centres and IT infrastructures to the UK market.
In a time where demand for robust and efficient smart data centre solutions continues to rise, the importance of offering comprehensive monitoring and management solutions to ensure the reliability and optimal performance of critical infrastructure is even more essential. With Exagate's innovative products, including advanced temperature monitoring, environmental sensors, and power management solutions, CPS’s clients can now access cutting-edge technology to enhance the resilience and efficiency of their data centres.Find out more
05 December 2023
Renewable energy company Siemens Gamesa has gone live with a flagship ModCel containerised data centre design at its renewable energy manufacturing facility in Hull, courtesy of Secure I.T. Environments Ltd, (SITE).
The 3.6m cube ModCel data centre will support production systems and communications at the site, which manufactures wind turbines and other products. Designed to withstand the environmental condition of a dock-based manufacturing facility, the ModCel also includes security features to ensure services and equipment are protected, complying with the LPS1175 standard.Find out more
05 December 2023
The construction of Kao Data’s second Harlow data centre, KLON-02, is now fully complete, commissioned, and operational.
The new 10MW, NVIDIA DGX Ready data centre, designed and built to the highest standards of sustainability and efficiency, marks a key step forward in the continued expansion of Kao Data’s high performance infrastructure platform, and further underpins its Harlow campus as one of the UKs preeminent locations for advanced computing.Find out more
27 November 2023
EkkoSense has identified five key issues that it believes will be key drivers to data centre operations success in 2024. Critical to this will be the ability of data centre operations teams to deliver against increasing ESG requirements while also supporting escalating workloads.
“Running today’s data centres is consistently challenging. The task is only going to get more complex in 2024 as data centre teams strive to balance increasing workloads with meeting corporate sustainability and ESG programmes,” said EkkoSense’s CEO, Dean Boyle. “That’s hard enough to do in a static market but, with the current explosion in demand for data centre services, as well as a land grab for real estate and power, operations teams need to be doing everything they can to ensure data centre facilities are performing optimally. This will mean staying on top of key thermal, power and capacity issues, as well as adjusting to the latest ESG reporting demands. And that requires a closer understanding of how different data centre sites are performing in real-time."Find out more