Enterprises are building the most effective ecosystem for their needs by mixing and matching data center, cloud, and colocation solutions. This launches our special report series on the Hybrid Cloud.

Everyone has been in love with the cloud over the past decade, but the relevance of colocation and on-premises data centers has only increased and strengthened for enterprises over time. Enterprises are building their most effective IT ecosystem in a “best of breed” fashion, leveraging the strengths of each type as needed. It’s not a matter of choosing or favoring one over the others but selecting the most appropriate tool for the application, workload, and desired outcomes.

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Published Novemver 17th, 2021
Originally Published at Data Center Frontier

Industry body expands its climatic recommendations for data centers to address corrosives, high-density servers.

Earlier in 2021, ASHRAE’s Technical Committee 9.9 published an update – the fifth edition — of its Thermal Guidelines for Data Processing Environments. The update recommends important changes to data center thermal operating envelopes: the presence of pollutants is now a factor, and it introduces a new class of IT equipment for high-density computing. The new advice can, in some cases, lead operators to not only alter operational practices but also shift set points, a change that may impact both energy efficiency and contractual service level agreements (SLAs) with data center services providers.

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Published September 26th, 2021
Originally Published at Data Centre Dynamics Ltd (DCD)

Digitization has modernized data center capabilities. Here are considerations toward using these capabilities to accelerate business objectives.

In the early days of the digital era, data centers were mysterious buildings shrouded in secrecy. They were huge, stark buildings billowing steam and looming in the distance. And the secrecy is understandable when you consider that for the enterprises using them, their IT operations within these buildings were the “crown jewels” supporting their businesses.

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Published September 10th, 2021 – By: QTS
Originally Published at CIO – IDG Communications, Inc.

The data center industry is rethinking its approach to backup power, prompted by pledges from hyperscale operators to end the use of diesel fuel in their emergency generators. This trend is prompting new approaches to one of the most critical points in the digital infrastructure power chain, and will be carefully considered as mission-critical operators seek to strike the right balance between reliability and sustainability.

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Published July 26th, 2021 – By: Rich Miller
Originally Published at Data Center Frontier

Pendaria at Project Controls Expo 2021

Project Controls Expo 2021 is the world’s largest project controls event, since 2011, now in a global virtual platform. This event will take place from 14-16 September 2021. It is the 2nd edition of Project Controls Expo Virtual, bringing the global project controls community together during a 3-day event, 24 hours a day to cater for every time zone and in multiple languages. ​

It brings together highly experienced project controls professionals who will address critical challenges, opportunities, trends and innovations in the industry, through world-class thought leadership and expert insight.​

This year PENDARIA will also be participating in this event and Mr. Hamed Moinfar is a speaker on the panel: Artificial intelligence and its impact on project control, This panel is registered in Dynamic Zone of day 3 of the expo, 16th September 2021, AEST 13:00 – 13:45, IRST 07:00 – 07:45.

At this panel, speakers will discuss how has project management evolved over the years and how could AI impact this profession as we progress forward. They are going to discuss some of the concerns that may be associated with this new technology and try to demonstrate some scenarios that AI would assist in managing and controlling projects.

Click Here To Read Full List Of Speakers

Click Here To Read More About The Event’s Info & Agenda

 

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Company plans six buildings and 30,000 sq ft of floorspace across three hectare campus.

Thésée DataCenters has inaugurated its first data center in Aubergenville, in the Yvelines area of France

The TDC01 facility, to the northeast of Paris, has 6,000 sqm (64,500 sq ft) of floorspace across two rooms. It has been certified Tier IV by the Uptime Institute.

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News Main Title: Contributions in Data Centres & excellence in Cloud Adoption recognised by Trescon and Cisco Systems
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Resource: Data Center Dynamics
Date: 01 July, 2021

Google has bought a plot of land in the province of Groningen, the Netherlands.

The search giant has bought the last plot at the Hoogebrug Winschoten business park in the municipality of Oldambt, and may build a data center on the currently-vacant site in the future.

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News Main Title: Google buys plot of land in the Netherlands, may build data center on site in future
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Resource: Data Center Dynamics
Date: 01 July, 2021

BENGALURU, India, June 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Business events firm Trescon and tech giant Cisco Systems jointly announced the winners of the inaugural edition of DC Innovation Awards and acknowledged the outstanding individuals who were outperformers and demonstrated exemplary innovation & performance in 7 categories.

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News Main Title: Contributions in Data Centres & excellence in Cloud Adoption recognised by Trescon and Cisco Systems
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Resource: Trescon, Cisco Systems
Date: 26 Jun, 2021

Every electrical engineer learns about loss. What is less well taught is how transmission losses produce more carbon and other GHGs.

As every large energy-using industry grapples with sustainability challenges some big users in a range of sectors such as manufacturing, defense and energy itself have already grasped the advantages of Medium Voltage (MV).

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Published June 23th, 2021 – By: Dean Richards, Piller Power Systems
Originally Published at Data Centre Dynamics

It’s a cliché that the pandemic has changed the way we work forever, but it has certainly turned the spotlight on technologies, processes and practices that have reached the end of their useful life.

It has also reinforced the central role of the network and the data center and cloud networks which experienced tremendous traffic demands as newly home-based workers and students piled on to their platform.

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Originally Published at The Next Platform