Zoom doubles down on privacy with new features and services
In an era where digital sovereignty has gained momentum in Europe, U.S. companies strive to demonstrate their commitment to empowering customers with more control over data storage and processing.
Amazon's AWS cloud unit recently made its digital sovereignty pledge. TikTok is establishing locali... Read more
AWS to invest billions in Indian cloud infrastructure
AWS is planning to splash cash on cloud infrastructure in India. The investment will add thousands of full time jobs as well as important skills training for Indian nationals.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced it plans to invest INR 1,050,600 crores (€11.75 billion) into cloud infrastruc... Read more
‘Intel to fire 20% of client computing and data center employees’
The chief analyst at SemiAnalysis, Dylan Patel, tweeted over the weekend that the client computing and data center business units will see their budgets cut by approximately 10%, leading to significant workforce reductions. Both divisions could lay off up to a fifth of their respective workforces.
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Energy instability jeopardises European data center uptimes
A new study shows "grid instability" continues to pose energy security challenges for European data centers.
Energy provider Aggreko has published a white paper that details the problems that data center operators in Europe are facing when it comes to securing stable energy sources. The report, ... Read more
Colt breaks ground on new London 4 Data Centre
The company hopes to leverage the new 57MW facilities to attract cloud service providers.
Colt Data Centre Services (Colt DCS) this week announced that it has commenced with the construction of its next hyperscale data centre, called the London 4 Data Centre, located in Hayes, West London
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Europe’s data centers set to bring in large investments
European data centers innovations are expected to drive investments to $7.5 billion by 2027.
A recent Arizton research report shows how European data centers are expected to power the market in the coming years. Innovations are key, including eco-diesel generators, natural gas generators, and hy... Read more
Microsoft’s new Finland datacenter zone set to heat nearby cities
Microsoft plans to build a new data center zone in southern Finland. The datacenters will run entirely on renewable energy and provide heat to the surrounding cities of Espoo and Kauniainen in Finland. On Thursday, the corporation published its ambitions in a news post.
Microsoft's clo... Read more
PCIe 5.0 SSDs for consumer-level uses could be here by 2024
Even though most companies have not transitioned their entire NVMe SSD selections to PCI Express 4.0, PCIe 5.0 SSDs are already looking very close. In its recent earnings call, Silicon Motion, a storage company, said that it expects its PCIe 5.0-capable SSD controllers for consumer SSD will be here... Read more
Oracle opens data centres in Stockholm and Milan, boosting its European cloud coverage
On Wednesday, Oracle announced the opening of its first Nordics cloud region in Stockholm. The company has one in Milan, Italy, as the pandemic saw an increase in demand for cloud computing tools by organizations in the private and public sectors.
Cloud regions refer to the geographical location... Read more
Cisco’s latest updates merge SD-WAN and security domains more easily
To make it easy for enterprises to secure their WAN-connected resources and data centers, Cisco has released two updates to its core software programs.
The company has introduced what it calls Integrated Domain, combining the domain controllers of Cisco DNA Center and Cisco SD-WAN vManage to bri... Read more