Vertiv is hosting a virtual session on the 28th of October explaining how newly defined edge infrastructure models can be used to support real-world deployments, and you’re invited.
Vertiv, a global provider of critical digital infrastructure and continuity solutions, today released research identifying edge infrastructure models to help organisations move toward a more standardised approach to edge computing deployments, improving costs and deployment times.
We asked our panel of industry players if they thought telcos would make a move for a dominant role in edge computing. Most were not entirely convinced.
Power and cooling specialist Vertiv has varied its partner program in its Asian region, which includes Australia and New Zealand.
Digital infrastructure provider Vertiv has appointed LuLu Shiraz to the role of ANZ sales director for product and service.
Infrastructure provider Vertiv has hired two new people to its channel team.
Vertiv rolls out the Liebert XD family, a line of cooling modules which feature hybrid design configurations that suit every environment. When deployed as primary cooling, it can save up to 70% of energy and 30% as supplemental cooling.
Bhargav Kumar Bhatt is now Vertiv’s national mechanical and electrical channel manager, ANZ. In his capacity, he will be “managing Vertiv's existing partner base while identifying new opportunities across a broad range of end user sectors.”
Power and cooling specialist Vertiv's new Liebert Vic is a liquid immersion cooler for high density-data centres.
While 5G networks can be up to 90% more efficient per traffic unit than 4G, the increased network density, heavy reliance on IT systems and infrastructure, increased network use and accelerated traffic growth add up to increased energy use.
IT infrastructure vendor Vertiv has appointed Anand Sanghi to the role of president for Vertiv Australia, New Zealand, Southeast Asia and India (ASI).
Tech Data is now an Australian distributor of Vertiv's power, cooling and IT infrastructure products and services.
Queensland’s Sunshine Coast is set to get its first direct international data and telecommunications connection to global markets following the completion of a cable landing station at Maroochydore as part of the region’s international broadband network.
Global IT services company Vertiv has appointed Cuthbert Stewart Limited as a distributor of its Liebert Uninterruptible Power Supplies for the New Zealand wholesale electrical, industrial and utilities sectors where a reliable power supply is critical.
Global IT services company Vertiv has signed a new partnership with SRA Solutions with the aim of increasing its footprint with Australian government and telecommunications providers as they invest in Internet of Things and smart city applications and infrastructure.
Construction is now underway on the $6.6 million cable landing station, the major land-based facility for the $35 million Sunshine Coast International Broadband Submarine Cable network.
Queensland’s Longreach Airport has deployed a data centre solution from power management solutions company Vertiv to help deal with the region’s environmental challenges, including wildlife intrusion and extreme temperatures.
Australian-based critical infrastructure company Vertiv has been awarded the contract to design and construct the Sunshine Coast submarine cable station.
Global data centre provider Digital Realty continues to expand its investment in Australia with the opening of a new data centre at Erskine Park in Sydney and plans for further land acquisitions and a third facility, bringing total investment in Australia to more than $1 billion.
Architecture and engineering students at the Queensland University of Technology have designed a light, modern solar solution to enable students to charge their mobile devices under the sun on campus.
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