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Natural cooling helps half of data centres chill out


Replacing air conditioning with giant fans was once seen as a niche means of curbing data centres' huge energy consumption, only suitable for specialist server farms in the coldest climates. But new research has revealed that so-called natural cooling technology is becoming an increasingly...

Disneyland Paris will turn heat from its computers into energy


Euro Disney, which runs Disneyland Paris, has partnered with French energy company Dalkia to provide an innovative source of heat. As every computer user knows, the machines get hot and require fans to keep them from overheating. In large scale data centres...

InTechnology plans data centre powered by human waste


Managed IT service provider InTechnology is hoping to build one of the greenest data centres in the country as part of plans to become more energy-efficient. The firm, which has a data centre in Harrogate and is building another in Reading, said it is...

ABB controllers drive zero-emissions data centre in Iceland


ABB’s programmable logic controllers are helping to run what is believed to be the world’s first zero-emissions data centre, a facility in Iceland that gets its electricity from hydropower and geothermal energy.

The Thor Data Center near the capital...

Verne Global opens World's first dual-sourced 100% renewably powered data centre


Verne Global, an innovative, UK-based developer of power conscious data centre campuses, has announced the availability of its colocation service from its 18-hectacre campus in Keflavik, Iceland. Verne Global's data centre campus is 100% carbon neutral,...

Eni launches the construction site of the new Green Data Center


Eni has announced the construction start of its new Green Data Center in Ferrera Erbognone (Pavia). The centre is designed to house Eni's central processing computer systems currently located in various sites around Italy.

The new centre - entirely Italian - will be unique in the Country...


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