With zettabytes of data freely available at our fingertips, businesses must look inwards and ensure that in-house processes can act and react to the data they've gathered.
2024 looks like an exciting year again, with lots to play for and developments that will change the data centre landscape.
To turn every organisation into a data-driven powerhouse with a focus on AI, it's essential to have the necessary supporting infrastructure.
ResetData's new liquid cooling test and simulation lab in the Sydney CBD will allow customers to test AI and ML workloads in a liquid-cooled environment.
Whatever dark data means to you or your business, it is an 'elephant in the room' for data centres.
Creating a useful AI algorithm requires vast amounts of data for training purposes, and this is a very expensive and power-intensive process.
While the industry has built resilience and scalability into data centre infrastructure, there is work ahead to support energy efficiency in the age of AI.
Enterprise automation platform Workato has launched its first Australian data centre, offering local data storage and processing isolation.
Equinix has collaborated with the National University of Singapore on a research project exploring the viability of backup hydrogen fuel cells for data centres.
Addressing cost and flexibility challenges means embracing a modern, future-facing digital infrastructure such as software-defined storage (SDS).
GreenSquareDC and Schneider Electric will partner to deliver a highly sustainable 96 MW data centre in Perth.
Cloud specialist OVHcloud has developed a new carbon calculator aimed at helping customers track their cloud-related carbon emissions.
A major expansion to Macquarie Data Centres' IC3 Super West facility in Sydney will increase its total IT load to 45 megawatts.