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X-IO's developments in data storage
X-IO is a relatively new name to the New Zealand market, but the company is doing some exciting work in the data storage sector.
EMC looking more flashy by the day
Flash continues to dominate the hardware announcements of storage vendors, with EMC today announcing a range of products under its Xtrem family.
Oracle opens data centre to meet demand
New Australian data centre aimed at serving regional cloud customers.
Swiss Mountain data centre “most extreme DC deployment”?
Data centre deep inside mountain recognised by DatacenterDynamics Awards nomination.
Datacom puts on a roof shout for ‘Kapua’
Later today Datacom staff and the onsite construction teams will get together for a ‘roof shout’ to celebrate the company's under construction $30 million data centre.
Gen-i developing Christchurch data centre
ICT provider joins forces with Christchurch International Airport and Canterbury-based Data Centre Design for new purpose-built facility.
ANZ firms transitioning towards a Hybrid Datacentre Strategy
Survey suggests organisations are moving towards a hybrid datacentre ecosystem strategy across the ANZ region.
Gen-i joins Arbor Networks anti-DDoS coalition
Telecom IT subsidiary agrees to participate in cloud signaling project.
The role of the datacentre today
Datacentres are not a new phenomenon; they have been extensively used for the last few decades. Today most IT users will view the role of the datacentre in their business differently.
Continuity & integrity in datacentres
n principle, server virtualisation makes preserving business continuity during electrical service interruptions significantly easier by enabling datacentres to move virtual machines onto unaffected host servers elsewhere on the network.
Continuity and integrity in datacentres
Virtualisation should make surviving interruptions easier, in theory; in practice, however, managing the changeover is not that simple.
Vocus to invest 'significantly' in Maxnet: CEO
$9.5 million spend on company could be just the start: "We are looking forward to growing Maxnet."
Datacentres: Today's IT hostess with the mostess
Why co-location is just the first step for New Zealand businesses.
Dell’s clever strategy for the datacentre
Forget what you currently think Dell produces for enterprise.
Off-site datacentre solution opportunities
How resellers can go where data centre operators can't, and use data centre services to provide total solutions to customers.
Operational costs and carbon footprints
How escalating energy costs coupled with a drive to reduce carbon emissions will trigger changes within the data centre industry.
Gen-i to build $10.5m Christchurch data centre
Telecom subsidiary's fifteenth facility in New Zealand to be completed later this year.
The opportunities on offer under UFB
How Ultra Fast Broadband will allow resellers to drive data centre services to new markets.
Kiwi flavour at Microsoft Management Summit in Las Vegas
Microsoft New Zealand's Bradley Borrows in the first of a series of blogs from the event.
OPINION - Could Cisco be beaten ?
Strong forces are gathering against the dominant networking vendor.
Gen-i wins Westpac data centre deal
Telecom's business unit lands another contract coup with Westpac.
Google opens cool Finnish data centre
Cold climate keeps electricity spending down. How does it compare with NZ?
Green strategies for cool data centres
As power consumption and costs rise, energy costs have become a driving factor in data centre location and design decisions. Enter the savvy reseller, whose quality advice can set them apart from competitors...
Jobs to go in IT departments, say HP, Cisco, Brocade
Brocade, HP, Cisco and Alcatel-Lucent have sent a very clear message to IT department datacentre support staff at the Malaysian NetEvent conference.