#Data centres

The need to build low-carbon, energy-saving data centres in the Middle East

Energy conservation and sustainable development are now key drivers of the data centre industry’s development, says Huawei’s Sanjay Kumar Sainani

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How technology providers can address data centre cooling challenges

Advanced computational fluid dynamics software is increasingly deployed to predict the air speed and temperature field of UPS components, boards, and systems

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Moro Hub partners with Huawei to build Middle East’s largest solar-powered data centre

Located at the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park, it will be the largest solar-powered Uptime TIER III-Certified Data Centre in the Middle East and Africa

Khazna to increase data centre capacity five-fold in UAE by 2023

Announced expansion plan will increase capacity to 200 megawatts of IT load capacity

Equinix demystifies cloud

Connecting private, hybrid and public clouds into single architecture is daunting

Lenovo tops UAE x86 server market, IDC data shows

Lenovo market share in UAE x86 server space grows to 25.1% by revenue

How adaptive data centres have risen through the ranks

With rapid growth in data volumes, data centres have also evolved to offer flexible options to a wide range of customers and industries

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Planning for the data centres of tomorrow in the Middle East

Ensuring data centers are fully prepared to meet the future demand is a critical endeavour to support the new digital economy