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29 Sep 2014 | Applications

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  • Structured cabling in combination with bandwidth

    Today's data centre world is mobile and fast moving. Migrations are occurring more frequently and technology is evolving faster than ever. Unless proper planning is done and extensive efforts at future proofing made, the modern data centre is in danger of being out of date the second the ribbon is cut. The challenge for data engineers is to future proof whilst still ensuring affordability and efficiency. By Willy Rietveld, TE Connectivity. Read more

1 Sep 2014 | Applications

25 Aug 2014 | Power & Cooling

  • Data centre consolidation and what it can offer you

    The world of technology continues to change at a blistering pace, and that's why data centres need to brace themselves for the new innovations we're likely to see in the years ahead. One recent trend which is worth noting in this regard is that of data centre consolidation. In a nutshell, what this refers to is the tendency for data centres to utilise more efficient technologies so that they can concentrate their resources more effectively. It should go without saying that the potential for savings is significant here. Data centre consolidation can mean not just the replacement of obsolete storage technologies with more up-to-date ones, but it can also result in the merging of facilities. Read more

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7 Jul 2014 | Hosting & Colocation

30 Jun 2014 | Power & Cooling

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  • EMCOR Group (UK) awarded five-year integrated facilities management contract

    EMCOR UK is delighted to announce that, as previously reported during EMCOR Group, Inc.'s April, First Quarter 2014 Earnings Call, it has been awarded an integrated facilities management contract with Three, the mobile network provider. The five-year contract includes Three's corporate offices in Maidenhead, Glasgow and Reading, and eight data centre sites located across the UK. Read more

23 Jun 2014 | Power & Cooling

23 Jun 2014 | Other

  • ETTE brings storage space and security to customers

    Founded in 2002, ETTE (Empowerment Through Technology and Education) is a minority- owned business providing IT technical support and consulting services to businesses throughout the Washington, DC area. During the last decade, ETTE has grown into a leading IT solutions provider. Read more

16 Jun 2014 | Other

9 Jun 2014 | Other

  • TE Connectivity helps Siemens Wind Power gear up to the New Energy Age

    Siemens Wind Power is a leading supplier of high-quality wind turbines and related services to onshore, coastal and offshore sites with 30 years of experience as a major innovator in the industry. From the Wind Power headquarters in Brande, Denmark and locations around the world more than 6,100 dedicated employees are helping to meet tomorrow's energy needs while protecting the environment. Read more

2 Jun 2014 | Other

  • BYOD and the corporate wired and wireless network – with a Unified Access Approach

    There are many challenges in an enterprise network, not least the need for capacity and security, but the convergence of personal and mobile devices are forcing IT departments to re-examine their network infrastructure. Here Johan Ragmo, Business Development Director for Network Infrastructure across CNE Europe for Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise, explains how it is possible to support a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy through a Unified Access approach – and protect existing network investments. Read more

26 May 2014 | Hosting & Colocation

19 May 2014 | Power & Cooling

5 May 2014 | Other

  • Fashion retailer sets the trend in business agility

    Six years ago, British fashion designer Paul Smith had a goal to optimise its IT function. It sought a vendor that offered interoperable, foundational technologies with the right combination of innovation and value. Paul Smith embraced the Microsoft cloud operating system vision and built an agile, responsive global IT infrastructure, managed by only 15 people, so IT can provide efficient services to ensure that the business continues to play a leading role in the fashion industry—while keeping costs down. Along the way, Paul Smith used Windows Server, Hyper-V, and Microsoft System Centre hybrid cloud and data centre technologies to virtualise more than 80 percent of its servers, improve data centre density by 200 percent, and save more than £840,000 (US$1.4 million) in IT costs in one year. It also reduced recovery time from 48 hours to 5 minutes for its mission-critical applications. Read more

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