Latest build publications
Canadian data centre provider Compass Datacenters has revealed of all its facilities will be built with CarbonCure concrete.
The innovative environmental material, developed by fellow Canadian outfit CarbonCure Technologies, is made by injecting re-captured CO2 into the concrete manufacturing process.
According to the CarbonCure, the procedure dramatically reduces the amount of cement required to mix the concrete, which is important as cement production accounts for 7 percent of global CO2 generated. On top of that, it’s a pretty handy way of removing CO2 from the atmosphere.
On a recent visit to Schneider Electric‘s global Innovation and R&D centre in St Louis, Missouri, The Stack heard from Victor Avelar who works as Director and Senior Research Analyst at the company’s Data Centre Science Centre. From innovations in power and cooling to the introduction of AI and analytics, the expert discussed the emerging… Read More
Google has announced that it will initiate three new cloud regions in the U.S., the Netherlands and Canada, involving the creation of a total of nine new data centre builds. The launches will bring the search giant’s total of cloud zones from six to nine, though the company anticipates it will ultimately operate up to… Read More
Amazon has applied to Dublin for permission to develop a 223,000 square foot data centre on a campus intended to eventually house up to seven others – at an estimated final value close to one billion euros. The initial build , dubbed ‘Project G’, would if approved be the tenth in the region for Amazon… Read More
It’s a threatening time for Intel – in addition to the resurgence of AMD in the form of its business oriented Naples and consumer-oriented Ryzen CPUs, it now seems that Microsoft is committing itself to ARM processors in its cloud infrastructure, eschewing a long-standing relationship with Intel. According to Jason Zander, VP of Azure Cloud,… Read More