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Asia Pacific’s accelerating need to optimise IT infrastructure
Optimising data centre resources means you can use them to improve IT capacity, paving the way for new services operating at greater efficiency.
Data centers are not keeping up with needs - survey
Just 29% of data center decision-makers say their current facilities are meeting their needs, and only 6% say their data centers are updated ahead of their needs.
Tech Data to distribute Vertiv's solutions in Australia
The partnership between Vertiv and Tech Data will be expanded beyond their close working relationship in the United States into the Australian market, in what Vertiv says is a natural extension.
Vertiv announces expansion to key data centre
New investments will further enhance uninterruptible power supply testing capabilities for Vertiv customers worldwide.
Vertiv to go public on New York Stock Exchange
Vertiv is going public on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), thanks to a merger with a special purpose acquisition company called GS Acquisition Holdings (GSAH).
IXcellerate launches Moscow Two data center
The 3000 square meter data center was built in just six months and is now fully operational. It features space for up to 1480 racks and 99.999% service availability.
Vertiv chooses CSL as supplier of UPS products in NZ
Vertiv has appointed Cuthbert Stewart as its New Zealand distributor for Vertiv Liebert Uninterruptable Power Supplies (UPS) for the local wholesale electrical, industrial, and utilities sectors.
Edge rapidly extends influence on data center industry
In just five years, edge has had profound effects on the data center.
Vertiv certified for energy efficiency in A/NZ
“We’ve always been environmentally conscious, but increased demand from our customers has led us to take this a step further."
Infrastructure as important as ever with edge computing and hybrid cloud
Organisations and IT partners could be forgiven for thinking their own physical infrastructure doesn’t matter anymore.
Data center growth sees new leader for Vertiv Singapore
Singapore is witnessing unprecedented growth in data center and colocation industries, fueled by the rapid pace of digital technology.
Vertiv to capitalise on AU government IoT with SRA partnership
Vertiv says this deal is an attempt to increase its footprint with Australian government and telecommunications providers.
Vertiv and 451 Research release new report on 5G preparedness
As networks continue to evolve and coverage expands, 5G itself will become a key enabler of emerging edge use cases.
Vertiv survey reveals telco 5G hopes and fears
Together with analyst firm 451 Research, Vertiv has unveiled the findings from its report that delves into the state of 5G.
Vertiv Asia launches flagship battery cabinet for data center UPS
The Vertiv HPL battery cabinet is ready to use with most current and legacy three-phase UPS system, marking the first of Vertiv’s offerings with the company’s own battery management system.
EkkoSense nabs Vertiv vet as new key account manager
“It’s great that senior data centre sector sales leaders such as Adrian are recognising EkkoSense’s distinctive value."
Vertiv unveils new solution to drastically curb DC energy costs
The company asserts implementing the new UPS solution could save over US$230,000 in energy costs over five years.
Vertiv appoints new Malaysia country manager
"With Wooi Keat leading the Malaysia business, I am confident that we will be able to solidify our position as the preferred partner for critical infrastructure solutions.”
Why keeping systems online is about more than just dollars and cents
"The ability to recover IT systems quickly has become one of the most important concerns for businesses in New Zealand."
More than 90% of operators fear energy bills from 5G and edge
A new survey reveals there is optimism surrounding the services 5G will enable and the interplay with edge computing, but concerns remain around energy usage.
Vertiv reveals new ‘plug-and-play’ data centre options
The new product families are said to enable the rapid deployment of right-sized, just-in-time data centre and power capacity.
Vertiv to build AU$35 million submarine cable landing station
The cable landing station, located in Maroochydore, will help deliver Australia’s fastest data connection to Asia.
Vertiv launches IT testing lab in Poland data centre
This facility is the first of its kind in the Central and Eastern Europe region (CEE) and will enable clients to test environments to improve energy efficiency.
Digital Realty opens new AU data centre – and announces another one
On the day that Digital Realty cut the ribbon for its new Sydney data centre, it revealed that it will soon begin developing another one.