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Final shortlist for Irish Software Awards 2015 revealed

The Irish Software Association (ISA) has just revealed the companies shortlisted for the Irish Software Awards 2015, with five competing for the overall title of Digital Technology Company of the Year. Fenergo, Asavie, Qstream, Globoforce, and Ocuco – which employ

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Intel and Oracle team up for new cloud-based technologies

Intel and Oracle are to partner to offer enhanced cloud-based data centre technologies and hardware, the companies announced in the opening keynote Sunday at this year’s annual Oracle OpenWorld event. Enterprise data centres are undergoing a “tremendous transition” as new technologies are introduced

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5G connections to hit 240m by 2025

If a new report from Juniper Research is accurate, the amount of devices connected online with 5G speeds will hit 240m by 2025, but only 3pc of the world will actually have access to it. While 4G speeds are still

Posted in Cloud Computing, Cooling, Featured News

Reclaim Wasted Cooling Capacity

The modern data center is built around efficiencies. Whether its power, cooling, or space – the administrator must utilize the resources with the utmost care. More organizations are demanding the increase of density within their server infrastructure. This results in

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Six Steps to Improve Data Center Cooling Efficiency

Energy efficiency in the data center used to be an afterthought, if it was on the radar at all. It made sense at the time. If your data center felt uncomfortably cold, people were impressed. It was considered a sign

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Reclaim Wasted Cooling Capacity

The modern data center is built around efficiencies. Whether its power, cooling, or space – the administrator must utilize the resources with the utmost care. More organizations are demanding the increase of density within their server infrastructure. This results in

Posted in Cooling

3M Demos New Immersion Cooling Technique

3M has developed a data center cooling concept called “open bath immersion cooling,” which it says is simpler and less expensive to implement than other pumped liquid cooling techniques. The system is an example of passive two-phase cooling, which uses

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Energy Efficient Data Centre Cooling System

Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) is seeking companies to license a novel data centre cooling plant arrangement that greatly reduces energy requirements and operational costs. The system makes maximal use of ambient cooling technologies and includes a patent-pending air flow

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