Data Centre Management
The role of the CIO has been changing over the years, but 2016 is the year that they should accept these changes seriously or face the 'dire consequences,' according to two industry experts.
Emerson Network Power has announced the appointment of Paul Churchill as vice president, South-East Asia sales, where he will oversee strategic initiatives to support enterprises in the region in optimising their critical infrastructure amid evolving technologies.
As business critical workloads doubles nearly every two years, storage requirements have skyrocketed and organisations are turning to IP storage, writes Sean Ong of Brocade Malaysia.
The network infrastructure must not be static to keep pace with the rapidly changing markets of today, so organisations should look into whether to bring the pieces closer together by deploying a converged infrastructure, or disaggregate and have more moving pieces with software-defined networking, writes Wilson Lai of Extreme Networks.
1-Net said it has its enhanced its data centre connectivity network in Singapore via a collaboration with Epsilon and KVH, part of its strategy to interconnect data centres in the region.
Networking in the data centre must become more agile, dynamic and automated, writes Sean Ong of Brocade Malaysia.
Emerson Network Power, a business of Emerson, has announced the opening of a new state-of-the-art Customer Experience Centre in Singapore, which will serve as the regional hub for data centre planning and validation.
Exciting time as data becomes more central to everyday life SEA data centre industry facing challenge from Singapore
Emerson Network Power and Schneider Electric hold prominent positions within the ‘Leaders’ category for 2014, according to IDC’s new vendor assessment and market analysis profiling the leading providers in Asia Pacific excluding Japan’s (APeJ) Data Centre Infrastructure Management (DCIM) market.
Schneider Electric has announced Asset Connect, digital services for critical environments including data centres.