Energy startup Barghest helps you save money by optimising central HVAC systems, and is aiming to do more, writes Benjamin Cher.
The increasing demand for processing power has led to an explosion in data centres, which in turn has led to price wars and short-sighted strategies, according to one industry player.
Malaysian green technology company Green Lagoon Technology has raised about US$201K on the CrowdPlus.Asia equity crowdfunding platform.
ComputerAsia Sdn Bhd (CompAsia) announced it has opened a newly-built refurbishing facility in Manila, marking its entry into the Philippines.
Malaysian data centre player Safehouse has set its sights on expanding its data centre business and expects to invest as much as US$2.57mil over the next five years.
Singapore’s data centres have a history of being energy-inefficient, but things look set to change with the Government stepping in with guidelines and policies for making data centres ‘greener’ – but more can be done, according to Bob Sharon, CEO of Green Global Solutions.
GreenTech Malaysia has signed a memorandum of understanding with Green Data Center LLP and Computer Recovery Facility Sdn Bhd that it hopes will lead to greater energy efficiency in the data centre sector.
Smart cities will improve the lives of their residents, but they shouldn’t become so elitist that they keep out those who are poor and less tech-savvy, writes Faris Yahaya of Cyberview.
Ricoh (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd said it has signed a five-year ‘green’ partnership with Malaysian government-owned bank Agrobank.
Data centre solutions provider Digital Realty Trust Inc said its Singapore facility has received a Green Mark Platinum certification by the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) and the Infocomm Development Authority (IDA).