More than 200 delegates, including Architects, Consultants & Engineers (ACE) attended the Summit and Masterclass to learn from industry experts and share experiences, expertise and challenges in designing ICT infrastructure systems deployed in Smart Cities, data centres and other ICT-intensive projects.
Rival semiconductor producers Intel and Arm have agreed to collaborate to manage networks of connected devices based on their chips. Reuters reports that Britain?s IP giant Arm ? acquired by Japanese tech investment conglomerate SoftBank in July 2016 for $24.3 billion ? said last night that it had signed a strategic partnership with its rival to use standards developed by Intel for managing Internet of Things (IoT) devices, networks, and data.
Data centres are rarely out of the news these days with Irish-based tech giants all making or dropping plans to build massive, costly facilities to store and process data and generally power our online lives. Apple recently scrapped plans for a ?850m data centre Athenry over interminable legal challenges, while Amazon is chewing up IDA-owned greenspace for what it dubs ?Project G?. But what if they're not necessary? Irish voice technology start-up Voysis has developed Voysis Embedded WaveNet (ViEW), based on the WaveNet technology created by British-based Google subsidiary DeepMind, making it available to use on any mobile device without
THE BUSINESS TIMES Technology - WHEN it comes to big data, Singapore is going large. More companies are looking to lease existing buildings for data storage, and some tech companies are building their own facilities. With the announcement from Google and Facebook that they are setting up data centres here, this burgeoning new sector has been thrust into the limelight. . Read more at The Business Times.
Vertiv has announced two of its latest offerings ? RPDU (Rack Power Distribution Units) and VRacks, from its portfolio of next generation data centre solutions, to strengthen its position in the data centre infrastructure industry. The new RPDUs are patented with U-locking sockets for rigid cable connections that can hold upto 40 PD?s cascade with [?]