Designing a new data centre that is energy efficient can be challenging in tropical climates such as Singapore. It is also an exercise fraught with potential pitfalls when one considers stringent requirements around availability, performance, and cost.
Colocation providers have a vital role to play in sustainability. They can influence other industries and move the needle towards a greener future by turning to more energy-efficient infrastructure or renewable energy sources.
As the world economy recovers from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, building owners and operators are facing a range of new challenges. This post will discuss how making your buildings more sustainable can help you meet these challenges by strengthening your brand.
Binance Labs, the venture capital arm and incubator of Binance, today announced its strategic investment in NFKings, a leading NFT creatives and production company with over 100 intellectual properties (IPs), to contribute to building a sustainable digital creativity space.
Around the world, edge computing is emerging as a linchpin of digital transformation initiatives. From remote locations within airports, seaports, or transportation networks for rail or road traffic, to dangerous or inhospitable niches located on factory floors, IT infrastructure is increasingly deployed to support the multitude of digital systems making their way into our lives.
Delivering high-reliability data centre operations is vital to cloud and colocation service providers. This is hardly surprising, considering how service quality is typically seen as a crucial factor for them to achieve growth and profitability. However, attaining high service quality standards isn’t as straightforward as it sounds.
In today’s world, with so much data floating around that can be helpful in making insights and decisions, it is important that businesses be able to select, harmonise, and transform that data in a way that would create value without too much downtime or disruption.