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Data Center Management

Addressing the Energy Challenge in Singapore’s Data Centres

Addressing the Energy Challenge in Singapore’s Data Centres

While reliability and speed of access to data will remain major concerns, energy efficiency and ICT sustainability are becoming priorities for data centre operators.

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Addressing the Energy Challenge in GlobalFoundries’ Data Centre

Addressing the Energy Challenge in GlobalFoundries’ Data Centre

To accomplish their goal of maximising energy efficiency, GlobalFoundries adopted the Singapore Green Data Centres Standards during the refurbishment of their legacy data centre.

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Mapping the future of software-defined networking

Touted as the next big technology change since the move from mainframes to desktops, and hardware to software domination, software-defined networking is set to change networks for good. This document provides an exceptional overview of the technical aspects of software-defined networking, essential in understanding its impact on the market, and the various approaches by central role players in its development.

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5 tips for prudent network hardware maintenance

Third-party maintenance and secondary networking equipment are becoming compelling propositions for business as vendors emerge to validate the industry with consistently outstanding quality, service and price.

5 service qualities of a reliable third-party maintenance provider

More CIOs are gaining greater understanding of the IT infrastructure equipment end-of-life process and how big of a problem forced upgrades are.

TE Connectivity: Putting an End to Day 2 Chaos - High Density Equipment Platform Untangles the Data Centre

As data-center design and management is forced to change to meet increasing demands for bandwidth and storage capacity, networks are also undergoing a migration from 10- to 40- to 100 gigabits/second Ethernet speeds. Data-center managers and designers will need to manage this migration with maximum efficiency and responsiveness, while minimizing cost. TE Connectivity’s latest addition to their ange of data-center infrastructure solutions, the High Density Equipment Platform (HDEP) is designed to deliver a scalable upgrade path for 10-, 40- and 100 Gb/s Ethernet and meet efficiency and convenience needs. 

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News analysis: Cloud drives insatiable demand for data centers

Cloud is driving and insatiable demand for datacentres and large overseas vendors such as IBM, AWS, Rackspace and Digital Realty are looking to cash in on one of the world's fastest followers -- Australia - in terms of adoption.

Why intelligent connectivity is a big deal for 10G and beyond

Intelligent connectivity is a key design component for a smooth migration path toward high-speed, high-density data center environments. 

IDC Whitepaper: The Role of Linux in Datacenter Modernization

Datacenter managers are increasingly facing a future that may not include any meaningful expansion of their datacenters in terms of floor space, yet their existing datacenter assets may need dramatic modernization in preparation for tomorrow's computing models. For most datacenters, the path toward tomorrow's compute paradigm mandates some investment in standardization and consolidation as well as a more robust adoption of enterprise virtualization software, along with cloud system software to extend that virtualized infrastructure into a true private cloud environment.

 

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Gigamon whitepaper: A Strategic Guide to Data Center Transformation for Performance and Agility

Virtualization, digitalization and the emerging software-defined infrastructures are transforming the data center. This transition requires substantial investments to boost IT scalability, utilization, and cost effectiveness and means improving core systems and capabilities and transitioning from concerns about service levels and security to real discussions about delivering performance and agility. This requires a new approach to designing, deploying, and managing data centers that focuses on simplicity and efficiency.

 

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