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Latest data centres publications


How data centre outsourcing drives growth in the Middle East

In the Middle East as in the rest of the world, there has been a marked increase in the consumption of data, and in demand for data centre services. I


5 Characteristics of Data Centres in a Post-Pandemic World

The recent global pandemic changed a lot for the data centre industry. An immediate increase in demand for data centre services emerged as businesses made a rapid switch to a remote work environment.


Work begins on 20-meter long wave energy converter to be deployed in Orkney 

Work has begun on a 30-tonne wave machine which is scheduled to be deployed in Orkney this autumn. The 20-metre-long Blue Star wave energy converter from AJS Production Ltd is being designed by Edinburgh start-up Mocean Energy. The half-scale device will undergo a number of sea trials before generating its first power later in the year.


Reusing waste energy is the data centre’s hot topic
John Bensalhia finds out about the data centre's innovative plan for sustainability from Green IT Amsterdam project manager Vasiliki Georgiadou As the world revolves around us, sustainability is an important watchword in maintaining a healthy, cleaner lifestyle. What we eat, what we drive, what we wear... and perhaps most crucially now, how technology - and... Read More

Defending data centres requires an Artificial Intervention

Jonas Caino wonders whether AI is a data centre’s greatest ally against the increasing threat of attack. We don’t talk about it. If mentioned it’s a little over a whisper. The dirty little phrase that no CIO wants to ever hear but everybody knows is here to stay: ‘We’ve just been hacked’. The threat and… Read More