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    1. IKEA to Grow Renewable Portfolio with Fuel Cell System for Generating More Onsite Power at Store in New Haven, CT

      IKEA to Grow Renewable Portfolio with Fuel Cell System for Generating More Onsite Power at Store in New Haven, CT

      IKEA, the world’s leading home furnishings retailer, today announced plans to further the Swedish retailer’s renewable commitment with plans for its first biogas-powered fuel cell system on the east coast, at its store in New Haven, CT. More than a year ago, IKEA completed installation of such a project at IKEA Emeryville, one of the Swedish company’s two San Francisco-area stores.

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    2. Verne Global Honored as a Gold and Bronze Winner in the 8th Annual 2016 Golden Bridge Awards® for Video of the Year and White Paper of the Year

      Verne Global Honored as a Gold and Bronze Winner in the 8th Annual 2016 Golden Bridge Awards® for Video of the Year and White Paper of the Year

      Verne Global, a developer at the forefront of data center infrastructure design, today announced that it has earned the prestigious Gold status in the Golden Bridge Awards® for their Data Center Fly-Through Tour, as well as Bronze status for the company’s Mind the Gap: Energy Availability and the Disconnect with Data white paper.

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    3. Verne Global Appoints New Board Member Henry Ancona

      Verne Global Appoints New Board Member Henry Ancona

      Verne Global, a developer at the forefront of data center infrastructure design, today announced that Henry Ancona has joined the company’s Board of Directors. Ancona has over 30 years of operational leadership building global businesses for both large and small technology companies. As a member of Verne Global’s Board of Directors, Ancona will leverage his diverse industry experience and expertise to provide insights on market approach and growth strategies.

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    4. BT Adds Icelandic Network Point-Of-Presence at Verne Global

      BT Adds Icelandic Network Point-Of-Presence at Verne Global

      Verne Global, a UK-based developer of energy efficient data centre campuses, today announced that BT has chosen the Verne Global campus in Keflavik as the location of a new Point-of-Presence (PoP) for its global network. This new connection further expands BT’s network in the northern hemisphere and attests to Verne Global’s robust power and connectivity profile.

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    5. Verne Global’s Tate Cantrell Recognized with Bronze Stevie® for Executive of the Year

      Verne Global’s Tate Cantrell Recognized with Bronze Stevie® for Executive of the Year

      Verne Global, an innovative, UK-based developer of energy efficient data center campuses, today announced that Tate Cantrell, Chief Technology Officer, was recognized with a Bronze Stevie® in the Executive of the Year category for the American Business Award. A premier business award program, the American Business Awards (nicknamed the Stevie’s) honors positive contributions of business people worldwide. Cantrell was awarded for his keen ability to demonstrate how new and emerging markets and industries can efficiently utilize data center space.

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    6. Verne Global Executive Team Honored with Two Golden Bridge Awards

      Verne Global Executive Team Honored with Two Golden Bridge Awards

      KEFLAVIK, Iceland--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Verne Global, an innovative, UK-based developer of energy efficient data center campuses, today announced that the Verne Global executive team and Jeff Monroe, Chief Executive Officer, have been recognized with a Gold and Bronze Golden Bridge Award, for Management Team of the Year and the CEO/Executive of the Year, respectively. 

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    7. DataGryd Opens Green Data Center Doors at Iconic 60 Hudson Street

      )--DataGryd, a new leader in green urban data center design, today announced the grand opening of its facility at 60 Hudson Street, the original Western Union Building known today as the premiere carrier hotel in North America. The company has undergone a comprehensive infrastructure retrofit of the 80-year old space, replacing outdated mechanical systems and transforming the power and cooling capacity. DataGryd spans multiple floors of one of the world’s most connected buildings – situated on t
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    8. Tata Communications’ Radical Reassessment of “the Cloud Behind the Cloud” Launches NetEvents 2011 EMEA Summit

      Tata Communications’ Radical Reassessment of “the Cloud Behind the Cloud” Launches NetEvents 2011 EMEA Summit
      With responsibility for Tata’s massive VPN portfolio – embracing over 3,000 Ethernet access nodes in 52 countries, direct MPLS services to 100 countries and managed extended access and network integration offerings in more than 190 countries – James Walker explained his passionate commitment to Cloud service delivery in today’s opening keynote. With a wealth of real world case studies to support his vision he focused on the need to evolve the underlying network fabric or “Cloud behind the Cloud” to enable Service Providers to keep pace with customer expectations. “Service level agreements are only a marketing gimmick - they're only useful unless you can measure the service” Challenged by NetEvents Editorial Director, Manek Dubash, to explain how end user customers can trust cloud providers' partners deep in the supply chain, James said “few service providers have the resources to support all services. Instead they have to rely on partners ...
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    9. Sentilla Expands Services in European Energy Efficiency Market With New Office, Fresh Talent

      Sentilla Expands Services in European Energy Efficiency Market With New Office, Fresh Talent
      Sentilla® Corporation, leading provider of energy management solutions for data centers, today announced its expansion into Europe with the opening of a new London location and the hiring of a new sales team, including Vice President Mike Fisher and Technical Director Simon Parker. London is recognized as one of the world’s leading cities for corporate sustainability programs and the expansion will allow Sentilla to capitalize on the demand for its services created by the city’s favorable corporate sustainability market. The expansion means Sentilla now has a presence in the world’s two major corporate sustainability markets—San Francisco Bay Area and London—strengthening the company’s position to deliver its services on a global scale. “Europe is a huge data center market that has yet to optimize their energy performance as a means of achieving lowered operating costs, deferred capital expenditures and improved corporate sustainability” Sentilla’s data ...
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    10. IEEE Enables Reduction in Network Energy Footprint with the New IEEE 802.3az Standard

      IEEE Enables Reduction in Network Energy Footprint with the New IEEE 802.3az Standard
      IEEE, the world's leading professional association for the advancement of technology, today announced the ratification of the IEEE P802.3az™ Energy-Efficient Ethernet (EEE) standard, the first standard in the history of Ethernet to address proactive reduction in energy consumption for networked devices. “The great advantage of using products supporting EEE is that there is no complex configuration necessary. In most cases, energy will be saved automatically.” Ethernet is the dominant network technology in the world today, with billions of interfaces deployed. It is a critical component in environments ranging from high-performance links at the Internet core to home entertainment networks. The IEEE 802.3az standard, approved September 30, 2010, provides network managers and everyday consumers of networking services with the tools they need to reduce energy consumption in network-attached devices, network routers and switches, computers, and printers. Throughout the networking industry, cycles of innovation, consumer adoption, and increasing demand ...
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    11. Active Power Chosen to Support The University of Texas at Austin in Creating Green Data Center

      Active Power Chosen to Support The University of Texas at Austin in Creating Green Data Center
      Large enterprise data centers and colocation providers are not the only ones focused on ways to increase energy and space efficiencies within their power and cooling infrastructure. In the education market, data centers that support universities are implementing green initiatives to tackle some of the toughest pain points in their mission critical facilities while ...
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    12. Modius Partners with Nimsoft to Provide MSPs and Enterprises With Integrated Management of IT Infrastructure and ...

      Modius Partners with Nimsoft to Provide MSPs and Enterprises With Integrated Management of IT Infrastructure and ...
      Modius®, the leading provider of real-time facilities monitoring solutions for data center power and cooling, today announced plans to integrate its OpenData Facilities Monitoring Solution with the Nimsoft Monitoring Solution (NMS), enabling customers to tightly align the supply of power and cooling to variable computing workloads. “Our customers have asked us to integrate with Nimsoft, which already has a particularly broad vision for unified monitoring that encompasses both IT and facilities” By unifying monitoring of IT infrastructure and facilities, the integration will provide enterprise and MSP customers with shared visibility into their IT infrastructures and their power and cooling equipment. This combination provides customers visibility both at the site level and the rack level. By unifying power & cooling data from Modius with on-board server instrumentation data collected by Nimsoft, the combined solution will allow operators to see unified performance metrics for every rack and zone across the data center. This ...
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    13. Ethernet Alliance Elects Aquantias Kamal Dalmia to EEE Marketing Chair

      Ethernet Alliance Elects Aquantias Kamal Dalmia to EEE Marketing Chair
      The energy consumption by servers and data centers has been singled out as a growing concern in a report by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to Congress on Server and Data Center Energy Efficiency. Data suggests power consumption doubling in the next 5 years if current trends continue. Major efforts across the industry have been launched to try to abate these trends. Providing significant power savings have become a key differentiation and a goal for all players of the ecosystem. The Ethernet community has gathered around the development of a new standard, the IEEE 802.3az or Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) providing significant power savings through the implementation of Low-Power Idle (LPI) modes for a wide range of Ethernet transceivers. First drafted in 2007, the Energy Efficient Ethernet standard has been the focus of intense collaboration by the IEEE 802.3az Task Force, and is now coming to ...
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    14. The Green Grid Calls for Widespread Adoption of Data Center Energy ...

      The Green Grid Calls for Widespread Adoption of Data Center Energy ...
      At a forum hosted in New York by the NYSE Euronext (NYSE: NYX) at the New York Stock Exchange, The Green Grid today announced new tools and reports to assist business leaders and data center managers globally improve efficiency in their operations. Representatives from The Green Grid, United States Environmental Protection Agency and United States Department of Energy, along with executives from a variety of industries, shared their challenges with data center energy management and offered practical steps for improvement. EPA Assessment Report The Green Grid presented the results of a recently-completed assessment of a mid-tier data center operated by the EPA, along with recommendations for next steps that EPA can follow to improve efficiency. “We applaud EPA’s leadership in opening up their operations to this level of examination, and we encourage other organizations to work with us to develop standards and explore ways they can improve their own ...
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    15. The Company Behind Moab® Unified Intelligent Automation Software Expands Its Scope of Operations to Data Center and Cloud Computing Environments

      The Company Behind Moab® Unified Intelligent Automation Software Expands Its Scope of Operations to Data Center and Cloud Computing Environments
      Cluster Resources, the company behind the Moab® unified intelligent automation technology, today announced a strategic move into the commercial data center market with a new name and brand identity, Adaptive Computing, and an upgraded software suite focused on extending the value of Moab to the data center, private and public cloud environments. The company’s robust Moab Adaptive Computing Suite™ platform for data centers and private clouds now allows a wider range of organizations to leverage Moab’s proven management and automation capabilities in order to create dynamic, intelligent IT environments.
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    16. The Green Grid Appoints Lawrence Vertal as Executive Director

      The Green Grid Appoints Lawrence Vertal as Executive Director
      At a press conference in Japan today, The Green Grid announced the appointment of Lawrence (Larry) Vertal as Executive Director. In this new role, Mr. Vertal will champion the organization’s mission to advance energy efficiency in data centers and the broader ecosystem of business computing. He will work with the organization’s global membership, alliance organizations, and end-user Advisory Council to continue the development of collaborative, vendor-neutral best-practices, metrics, and specifications. As Executive Director, Mr. Vertal will report to the Board of Directors of The Green Grid, which consists of representatives from AMD, APC by Schneider Electric, Dell, EMC Corporation, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, and Sun Microsystems. “Energy efficiency has never been a more important topic for technology vendors and their customers, and The Green Grid is making tremendous strides in creating the metrics and methodologies that help data center managers define and improve that efficiency,” said Larry Vertal ...
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