Data centre managers need to plan for a near-term future where the demand for IT and the cost of the electricity needed to power it are both rising.
Global energy management company Schneider Electric and Hewlett Packard Enterprise are collaborating to create a Micro Datacentre solution which they say helps meet new data growth requirements.
Queensland-based property industry construction, engineering and support services company, FKG Group, has engaged Schneider Electric to provide expertise for the development of its new Tier 3, 10 megawatt regional data centre to be built in Toowoomba.
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