Keysource, the global datacentre and critical environment specialist, has been appointed by Datum Data Centres to undertake the design and build of the first-floor data centre construction at its site on the Cody Technology Park, Farnborough.
Digitalisation World talks to Richard Clifford, Head of Innovation at Keysource, about the launch of a new facilities maintenance service - Keysource Artificial Intelligence (KAI) - which uses machine learning and artificial intelligence technology to help organisations transform their edge operational management strategy.
Keysource, the leading global data centre specialist, is launching a new facilities maintenance service which utilises the latest machine learning/artificial intelligence technology to help organisations to transform their edge operational management strategy. KAI (Keysource Artificial Intelligence) has been designed to enable companies to make data led decisions around key issues such as reducing capital expenditure and unplanned downtime or gaining greater control over their edge infrastructure.
Keysource, the global data centre specialist, has been chosen to provide critical facilities management for Surrey County Council (SCC) and its partners, following a competitive tender. Under the terms of the two-year deal Keysource will be responsible for two dedicated, purpose built, state of the art data centres operated by the council which provide secure hosting space, applications and infrastructure services to over 8000 users.
Keysource has been appointed by Namsos Datasenter AS to deliver professional services for a new Edge Datacentre facility in Norway.
DCD London is the longest running conference dedicated to the data centre and cloud infrastructure industry. Now in its 18th year, the 2019 conference runs from the 5th to the 6th November and is set to host over 140 speakers and 1800-plus attendees responsible for the design, build, management and operation of mission critical IT facilities.
We're please to announce that Keysource has secured a place as a key supplier on the Yorkshire Purchasing Organisation (YPO) Data Centres, Maintenance Cloud Hosting and Security Framework agreement.
Protecting against disruption and potential downtime to IT equipment and staff is vital to any financial services business, but even more so when it’s one of the world’s largest.
With customer and flight data central to operations, an airport’s IT infrastructure is one of its most important critical facilities.