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Trends in data centres in 2018: What matters to IT managers
Rittal's Clive Partridge shares his insights on 2018 for the data centre industry, including edge computing, multi cloud and energy efficiency.
How would you complete this sentence: What is Edge?
Consumers are accessing data via wireline and wireless infrastructure at ever increasing rates, with ever higher expectations.
APC by Schneider Electric looking to fill channel role after new promotions
The company is now actively seeking to fill both its strategic marketing and operations role and its channels and alliances role.
Rittal launches an edge data centre ‘to go’ solution
The new product is a turnkey solution and can be used to set up data centres quickly and cost-effectively.
Western Digital announces new SSDs for edge and mobile computing
The new NVMe SSD firmware and controller architecture is built to maximise the performance and scalability of Western Digital 3D NAND.
The state of edge computing in Asia
Taking a thoughtful approach to edge design, build and operations will go a long way toward achieving success in our rapidly evolving digital economy.
Edge, IoT and energy efficiency all feature in Vertiv MD’s forecast for AU
The year seems to be flying by with one month down already, but Vertiv A/NZ managing director Robert Linsdell says there is still much to come.
Dell EMC launches 3 new servers for the modern data centre
Partners now have access to three new Dell EMC servers tailored for software-defined environments, edge and high performance computing (HPC).
Datacloud UK 2018: Expert panel debates the value of edge
"What I've developed is quite a complex mind map to try to prove to myself what it is. But what I think it is, is just hype.”
Investors to ‘take the temperature’ of the data centre market at forum in London
The opportunity to monitor new opportunities for emerging edge computing data centres and ecosystems is just around the corner.
IHS Markit outline the big market trends in video analytics
IHS Markit senior analyst Monica Wang revealed her top market trends at the Milestone Integration Platform Symposium (MIPS).
Edge computing to have big implications on cloud and data centre sectors
“It’s a fascinating development that will have many repercussions on cloud infrastructure, resource demands, communication links & risks to privacy."
AI, edge computing, and IoT - Ixia’s 2018 predictions for cloud security
It’s essential for businesses to be aware of these trends and understand how they can ensure their networks are properly architected and secured.
Exclusive interview: HPE talk local channel development
Marina Fronek, HPE GM and director for channels and alliances gives us an update on the channel space going into 2018.
Gartner reveals top trends impacting infrastructure and operations in 2018
Outside forces will shape IT’s journey towards a digital infrastructure.
Vertiv releases its top 5 data centre trends for 2018
Vertiv has put together a report of the five trends the company expects to impact the data centre ecosystem in 2018.
New partnership lays groundwork for 20 new data centers across Australia
“We are confident that Flexenclosure is the right partner for what is to be a significant rollout of IT infrastructure across Australia.”
HPE says hybrid IT crucial for survival in retail – and how to implement it
Digital disruption is happening across industries around the world and HPE asserts none more so than retail - the tech giant discusses hybrid IT.
New AWS features make machine learning more accessible to developers
Amazon SageMaker makes it easy to build, train, and deploy machine learning models, removing the heavy lifting and guesswork from the process.
HPE expands pay-per-use consumption offering to key business workloads
HPE says the new suite of solutions is designed, delivered and operated by HPE Pointnext with a simple, pay-per-use model.
Equinix: Creating a distributed data repository at the edge
Data creation and processing have shifted to the edge, where distributed data growth and consumption occurs.
Microsoft ramps up AI game with new tools
The company says they have seen an “explosion of interest” from Australian enterprises when it comes to AI solutions.
Edge computing isn’t new and it’s not what you think
We’ve got to consider new ways of building, operating and maintaining.
Research uncovers top reasons customers leave colo’s for the cloud – and vice versa
More than 4 of 10 respondents in a recent survey said they moved applications from public cloud to colocation providers within the last 2 years.