Curvature has announced the results of a global research survey developed by the independent research firm Dimensional Research.
Curvature initiated the global survey using more than 500 IT decision makers to identify trends in data centre procurement and support, delivering some startling results: According to the respondees, around 60 per cent are now electing to use Third Party Maintenance (TPM), while 53 per cent now regularly purchase pre-owned equipment. The top three drivers identified as adoption indicators of TPM include a greater focus on reducing operational expenses, improved support offerings from independent maintenance providers and positive experiences with prior-generation hardware.
bet365, the online gambling company, has announced the selection of SimpliVity’s hyperconverged infrastructure solution for its move into converged infrastructure.
Nutanix is enabling Stockport Council to harness next generation data centre infrastructure and drive its digital service offering to the 286,000 residents it serves across the borough.
brightsolid and DataVita have announced a partnership that will create a critical digital infrastructure, improving communications and cloud accessibility for businesses across Scotland.
Alex Rabbetts, CEO ofMigSolv, has lashed out at ‘inexcusable overcharging’ by commercial data centre operators and vowed to ‘shake up’ the market.
Hydro66 has created a purpose built hydroelectric powered colocation data centre in Sweden, choosing Dataracks for all its racks, cages and aisle containment solutions.
Perth based data centre services company Red Cloud has achieved global accreditation of Tier 3 Design classification from the Uptime Institute for its first centre, RCWA1 ‘The Garry Henley Data Centre’ in Bibra Lake.