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the leading e-magazine

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the leading e-magazine

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for the data centre industry

DataCentred partners with Storage Made Easy to deliver complementary IAAS and SAAS solutions on UK government's G-Cloud platform

DataCentred has partnered with Storage Made Easy to provide customers in the public sector with complementary SaaS and IaaS via the UK government’s G-Cloud platform.

The partnership sees the two UK based SMEs working together to deliver a secure file sharing alternative for government and educational bodies which will allow customers to store and manage data in a scalable and secure environment through a user friendly interface. Both solutions are easily integrated, managed and utilised to set secure governance and compliance controls.

DataCentred builds and operates large scale public and private cloud infrastructure powered by Open Source software. The company is headquartered in Manchester, UK, with customers in the academic research, public sector, higher education and broadcast industries.

Storage Made Easy combines public and private file sharing into a single, converged storage infrastructure. By streamlining multiple data silos the solution allows customers to avoid the 'cloud sprawl' which occurs when several devices are connected to multiple cloud providers. Customers can monitor, secure and audit all data silos from a single access point, allowing for separation of sensitive corporate and non-sensitive employee information.

Dr Mike Kelly, CEO and founder of DataCentred, said, 'DataCentred’s collaboration with Storage Made Easy is a fantastic example of two innovative UK based SMEs working to address the evolving cloud computing and data storage requirements of businesses today. Through the government’s G-Cloud platform, public sector customers now have access to state-of-the-art solutions, which will significantly benefit businesses hosting files in uncontrolled environments.'

OCZ introduces high performance NVMe compliant Z-Drive 6000 PCIe SSD Series

OCZ Storage Solutions -- a Toshiba Group Company - has announced its Z-Drive 6000 SSD Series that combines PCI Express (PCIe) Gen 3 and Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) technologies with an extensive enterprise feature set and robust endurance and reliability. 

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C4L begin local fibre digging to boost Bournemouth connectivity

With fast connectivity being the most highly rated priority for local businesses and visitors in the town, C4L has begun installing a high capacity fibre network across Bournemouth to serve its valued customers with business grade connectivity.

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New research shows European businesses fearful of sinking under growing weight of IT expectations

New research conducted on behalf of Barracuda has revealed concerns amongst businesses about their ability to cope with ever increasing IT demands on existing business networks.

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Infinera and Arista Networks accelerate data centre interconnection

Infinera has announced a technology alliance to deliver scalable, turnkey metro and regional cloud networking solutions that combine high performance data centre switching along with high capacity, low power, rack and stack optical transport for data centre interconnect applications for Internet content providers, enterprises and service providers.

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May 2015

Dave Wolfenden of Mafi Mushkila talks about the problems data centre builders can encounter in heat load testing

Steven Wiles of NG Bailey highlights the importance of tight integration between the engineering, IT and facilities management resources in today’s data centres

Graham Brown of Gyrocom asks what you would do differently if you could rebuild your data centre tomorrow

Peter Duffy of Sumerian takes an analytics approach to data centre consolidation

Andy Donnell of Westway Services explains how building maintenance companies are meeting the demands of an ever changing data centre industry

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