Schneider Electric stories - Page 10
Randstad names Australia’s most attractive companies – are you on the list?
Randstad has named Australia’s most attractive employers for job seekers that are using the recruitment company to find work.
How cloud, IoT and digital services have driven the development of DCIM as a service
Clearly the big trends which affect IT specifically and many vertical sectors generally, are also having an impact on the data center
Is it time to let the X-factor determine data center temperature?
The idea is that servers are sensitive to temperature; they fail more quickly at higher temperatures than lower temperatures.
Adiabatic and evaporative cooling techniques deliver big data center savings
In particular, the adiabatic system reduces the energy impact both in summer and in mid-season more, operating for the large part of the year.
Data centre PUE: Sneak peek at Schneider Electric’s new white paper
The white paper looks at the factors that should be considered when acquiring and analysing data on a continuous basis for calculating PUE.
How sustainability, DCIM and the Open Compute Project present opportunity for colocation providers
Every company can take steps to reduce its energy consumption – and should for competitive reasons.
Modernize or Outsource: Evaluating the options for your data center
Each data center is somewhat different and the approach to modernization could vary depending upon the individual circumstances.
Why data center modernization projects are now easier to cost justify
For most data center stakeholders, modernization has traditionally meant replacing existing systems with equal or bigger systems at higher cost.
The known unknowns: Managing between on-premise, cloud and colocation data centers
The challenge rests on how to prepare for and manage the risk of the known unknowns (that is, risks that have been identified but not addressed).
Philippines: Schneider Electric announces Wonderware eDNA expansion
The NGCP is responsible for delivering reliable power to customers in the Philippines over more than 21,000 circuit kilometres of transmission lines.
Three telltale signs that your data center is in distress
The first step in rescuing an ailing data center is to recognize the signs of age.
Schneider Electric wins court case over DPSA’s unpaid debts - thanks existing partners
“This is a major win for all partners who have paid their bills - we would like to thank our existing distributors."
Schneider Electric deploys new wireless power meter in Singapore
“Customers in Singapore are becoming more and more demanding for new solutions to meet the critical challenges of building energy management."
Schneider Electric opts for sustainability route with latest solution
A new system that can reduce operating costs by over 60% compared to legacy cooling approaches.
Managing data privacy and cyber security with StruxureOn
Today practically every headline about the IoT seems to be associated either with some sort of cyber vulnerability or the potential for hacking.
Don’t let an aging UPS bring you down: Assess your replacement options
Like most IT equipment, UPSs have seen lots of advances over the years in areas such as energy efficiency.
Schneider Electric: The data center cool down
Recently, the heatwave in Sydney caused inexorable demands on data centres and their cooling systems.
Schneider Electric’s acquisition of APC 10 years on
I know it’s cliché, but it really does seem like yesterday, the $6.1 billion purchase of American Power Conversion.
Schneider Electric makes World's Most Ethical Companies list for 7th year
"Congratulations to everyone at Schneider Electric for being recognised as a World's Most Ethical Company."
Colocation providers have options in integrating open compute project data center architectures
I wanted to more clearly make the case for why colocation companies – in addition to Internet Giants – should pay close attention to OCP.
Schneider Electric spreads automation wings with new Pacific region appointment
His new role will see him take charge of the Process Automation, Software and OEM/BIC business portfolio.
How is the Open Compute Project affecting today’s data centers
If you’re not already aware, OCP was founded by Facebook in 2011.
StruxureOn for cloud-based data center monitoring
In case you missed the launch of this new service, StruxureOn represents a new wave in data center operations.
IDC’s 2017 data center predictions point to a starring role for DCIM
I recently sat in on a webinar on 2017 data center predictions presented by a trio of analysts at the research firm IDC.