A comprehensive three-month audit across 11 global data centres was completed last year by critical environment specialists, Keysource. The professional services reviewed the pharmaceutical giant’s entire estate of edge compute to ensure they were able to support the business objectives for the next 10 years. The evaluation included reference to best practise and both national and international standards to support the ongoing IT Transformation strategy.
This month, Keysource enterprise consultant, Ted Pulfer was asked to speak as part of an expert panel for Insider_Networks on renewable energy in the Data Centre Industry. With data centre use increasing exponentially, and latest figures putting ICT energy use accounting for 3.6% of global energy consumption, the panel looked at options that could increase efficiency and reduce the environmental impact the industry has.
Critical environment specialist Keysource has won a new contract with the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) to provide on-site engineering consultancy as the organisation migrates its data centre.
Critical environment specialist Keysource has been appointed to deliver a range of IT infrastructure projects around the world for a major insurance provider.
2018 has been an incredible year for Keysource. We've partnered with new clients, as well as continuing our work with existing clients across the globe; we moved into a new HQ in Gatwick to support our growing team; we've grown our Group capabilities and even updated our brand!
Following a great opening day at DataCenterDynamic Zettastructure in London yesterday, DCD officially announced the shortlist for the 2018 DataCenterDynamics Global awards.
We are delighted to announce that we have won a place on the Crown Commercial Service's new facilities management framework.
Critical environment specialist Keysource has completed a global strategic data centre review for an international pharmaceuticals firm.
At the end of last year the Environmental Permitting regulation was updated to include the EU’s ‘Medium Combustion Plant Directive’. Set to come into effect at the end of this year, we wanted to understand how it would affect our customers and the data centre industry as a whole, so we sat down with Steve Lorimer who heads up our consultancy teams to find out more.