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Africa Data Centres to expand Sameer facility in Nairobi by 15MW

The new data centre will begin with 5MW of IT load and will be built in the company's leading-edge modular design.

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Aruba S.p.A receives €500 million in funding; builds two new data centres on Ponte San Pietro campus

Expands Italy’s largest data centre campus by 17MW and erects Aruba Auditorium, a new high-tech events space.

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Deft extends colocation footprint within Europe through Digital Realty partnership

Deft, a managed IT services provider, has extended its colocation footprint into Frankfurt, Germany through its partnership with Digital Realty, the leading global provider of cloud- and carrier-neutral data center, colocation, and interconnection solutions.

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Vantage Data Centers opens Hong Kong office

New location supports investment and expansion across Asia Pacific.

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South Lanarkshire Council slashes carbon emissions with IT upgrades

Move to DataVita data centre helps cut energy use by 94%.

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Findings from the report reveal 75% organisations require increased infrastructure budget for new tools, technologies and collaborative networks to navigate the pandemic.
New data from Synergy Research Group shows that the value of data center-oriented M&A deals that closed in the first eleven months of 2020 blew past the $30 billion mark, far surpassing the previous annual record set in 2017. In terms of deal volume, the final 2020 number will almost certainly pass the record number that closed in 2019. With a number of potential December deals still on the table, 2020 has so far seen 113 deals closed at a total value of $30.9 billion. While the $8.4 billion acquisition of Interxion by Digital Realty helped to boost the 2020 number, five other billion dollar-plus deals have closed so far this year, plus there was a $2 billion secondary share listing.
According to a recent study from market research firm Global Market Insights, The need for data center infrastructure market management among organizations to offer higher energy-efficiencies will be positively driven by the influx of cloud computing, Big Data, and AI solutions. The surge in internet infrastructure activities has led to the generation of large quantities of data by individuals and connected devices.
Nutanix sponsored report examines potential impact of datacentre models on energy efficiency and carbon footprint.
In-depth series of reports gives both data centre managers and IT operating executives the playbook for building and operating sustainable, yet resilient digital infrastructure.
The Norwegian colocation provider, Green Mountain, recently opened their latest expansion at their DC1-Stavanger data center. Green Mountain designed, constructed, and delivered to client a 2.5 MW data hall inside one of the mountain halls in less than 9 months. Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, the project was delivered on time, on budget and on quality to a large international cloud provider. Green Mountain continues to grow rapidly and experience a massive interest from international clients.
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Elektrobit Case Study: Enable Immense Data Intake to Support Autonomous Driving

Automated vehicles record and process massive amounts of data daily with simulations and high capacity sensors. For Elektrobit, a global supplier of connected software for the automotive industry, the biggest challenge was how to securely store, transfer and process these large amounts of data. The interconnection-first approach, deployed on Platform Equinix®, provided Elektrobit the fastest and most stable option available. Find out how Equinix, with its global data centers and digital edge presence, boosted efficiency, performance, reliability and security for Elektrobit.

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