Keysource, the expert in data centres and business critical environments, has been appointed by the University of Leicester on a 3-year extendable contract to provide critical data centre facilities management (FM) services. This latest contract builds on an 11 year relationship which started in 2009 when Keysource designed and built the university’s award winning data centre which they then expanded in 2011, almost doubling it in size.
The University of Leicester has appointed Keysource, the datacentre and critical environment specialists, to lead the transformation of its Computer Centre Data Centre located on campus. It follows an increase in the need for high performance computing driven in part by the growth in research initiatives such as DiRAC, ALICE and space exploration projects.
Timely advice and valuable technical insight can be the catalyst to realising the swift return on any investment decision. Richard Clifford, Head of Solutions at Keysource, the global data centre and critical environment specialist, explains.
Discussions about the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in data centres tend to focus on the art of the possible, rather than the power of the actual – that can make a real difference today. Richard Clifford, head of innovation at Keysource, explains how those in the industry should be using technology to deliver practical solutions to routine problems and industry challenges.
This was first published in the March issue of Data Centre News Magazine.
In this months CISBE Journal, our head of innovation, Richard Clifford, argues that early collaboration is essential to ensure customers understand and avoid the hidden costs of energy saving measures within data centres.
With heightened competition driving the need for new efficiencies to be found across data centre estates, Richard Clifford, head of innovation at critical environment specialist Keysource, discusses some of the key drivers for change in the data centre market.