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The increasing adoption of big data analytics (BDA) has acted as proof of the opportunity and value presented by predictive modelling. Organizations are able to forecast widely divergent factors such as future demand for products and services, the possible effects of supply chain disruptions, business growth modelling, and more. And as we grow more adept… Read More
Let’s start by saying that in the near term, copper and fibre will continue to co-exist in the many electrical and communications applications they currently support.
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Do data centres & ICT stand in the way of global environmental goals or are they already enabling our green future? Derek Webster says it’s time to look at the facts
Researchers have criticised what they call the “conventional wisdom” that data centre energy utilisation is spiralling out of control, claiming such narratives ignore the great gains made in data centre efficiency.
Revised global data centre energy use estimates were published last week in the journal Science by researchers seeking to clarify the environmental impact of the server farms that underpin the cloud and much of our digital world.