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Sustainability
SoftIron named global leader for efficient DC infrastructure solutions
SoftIron has been named a global leader for supplying energy-efficient data infrastructure solutions for core-to-edge data centers after an assessment by Earth Capital Ltd.
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Sustainability
Power at the edge: the role of data centers in sustainability
The Singaporean moratorium on new data center projects was recently lifted, with one of the conditions being an increased focus on power efficiency and sustainability.
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Sustainability
Grasping the opportunity to rethink the metrics of a sustainable data centre
A data centre traditionally has two distinct operations teams: the Facility Operations team, and the IT Operations team. Collaboration between them is the key to defining, measuring, and delivering long-term efficiency and sustainability improvements.
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Sustainability
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - SoftIron CMO on Data Center Sustainability
In a special Power/Energy feature week presentation, we are joined by SoftIron CMO Andrew Moloney.
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Data Center
SoftIron establishes Singapore presence as part growth plans
"Singapore has quickly become a point of strategic importance for SoftIron, with a growing number of our customers being located there."
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SoftIron
Australia prioritises IT hardware manufacturing on the road to digital sovereign resilience
A new computer hardware manufacturing facility that offers a complete forensic chain of authority for every product is Australia’s latest step towards sovereign resilience in IT infrastructure.
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Open source
Vocus, SoftIron to create cloud storage solution Datahub
Vocus has announced the launch of Datahub, a new cloud storage solution in partnership with open-source data storage vendor SoftIron.
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Data Centre Maintenance / Management
What happens when you run Linux on a toaster?
Just because you can build a toaster that runs Linux, it doesn’t mean you should.  So why are you using commodity hardware in your data centre that was built to do something else entirely?