Google expects that by next year its global operations, including its vast network of data centres, will be running on 100% renewable energy such as wind and solar power.
A new data centre has been opened by Alibaba in Sydney as part of its efforts to expand global network coverage.
After securing the first NABERS 4.5-star energy efficiency rating for an Australian data centre earlier this year, two more Metronode facilities have secured the rating.
Two new ISACA white papers are available to offer guidance on application containerisation, which is gaining traction among software developers and data centre leaders.
The NEXTDC M1 Melbourne data centre now hosts a location for Amazon Web Services (AWS) Direct Connect, providing low-latency, secure access directly to the AWS cloud.
The YourDC data centre at Edinburgh Parks has become the first in Australia to receive a TIA-942 Rated-3 certification from Enterprise Product Integration (EPI).
European cloud infrastructure provider OVH has established a presence in Australia with the launch of a new data centre in Sydney.
With more frequent extreme temperature instances predicted for Australia, weather forecasts could offer data centre operators an effective way to ensure they avoid damage and downtime when faced with volatile climatic events.
NEXTDC has launched a $150m capital raising to fund the development of a second Sydney data centre, with roughly double the potential capacity of its existing Sydney facility.
A new directory listing thousands of data centres and cloud service providers has been launched by Australian tech entrepreneur, Bevan Slattery.
Equinix has opened its latest International Business Exchange (IBX) data centre in Sydney, known as SY4. Centrally located, phase one of the new US$97m facility provides a total capacity of 1500 cabinets.
Seagate Technology has introduced the 60 TB SAS SSD and the 8 TB Nytro XP7200 NVMe SSD flash products.
Hyper-converged appliances bring faster deployment, simpler operation and lower operating costs. What's not to like? But while it's good for some, it's not for everybody.
Western Digital Corporation has announced Australian availability of 10 TB WD Gold data centre hard drives.