Interworld Electronics CPM-1600 Series New Generation Hybrid Console Manager and Remote Network Power Switch01 October, 2017 | Supplied by: Interworld Electronics and Computer Industries
The CPM-1600 Series provides secure remote access to RS232 console ports as well as the ability to power cycle remote IT equipment.
Data centre operator Metronode is building expansions for its GovDC data centres in Unanderra and Silverwater and its facility in Derrimut, Melbourne.
Looking to delay a decision on cloud, or to simply save a buck, organisations are holding onto their old servers for longer and longer. But this can open your organisation up to a variety of risks and end up costing more than it saves.
Data centre operator Equinix will spend $54.3m to double the rack capacity of the SY4, the company's fourth and newest facility in Sydney.
The Schneider Electric Ecoflair Indirect Air Economiser cooling system uses a proprietary polymer heat exchanger technology to provide a cost-effective, energy-efficient approach to data centre cooling.
A new data centre project has been launched by Lenovo in Australia and New Zealand.
With the summer heatwaves still burned in our memories, now is the time to set up a preventive maintenance strategy for your data centre.
The Advantech series of edge intelligence servers (EIS) accelerate IoT implementation by providing integrated solutions that include an edge computer, WISE-PaaS software packages, IoT development tools, preconfigured cloud services, plus the flexibility to add more software modules from the WISE-PaaS marketplace.
Huawei has announced it will invest in digital innovation in New Zealand.
Uptime Institute Tier IV Design Certification has been awarded to Micron21for its data centre.
Warren & Brown Technologies LC Duplex Uniboot Optical Fibre patch cords provide an effective means of managing and correcting polarity in the field.
Schneider Electric has introduced Galaxy VX — an efficient, easy-to-deploy, compact, three-phase uninterruptible power supply (UPS) with flexible operating modes for large facilities, data centres and business-critical applications.
The data now processed by a radio telescope in Western Australia's outback is equivalent to around 15% of the world's internet traffic.