This article from Mike Riemer, Global Chief Security Architect for Pulse Secure, covers Zero Trust security and how it has recently reached new heights of significance with a series of endorsements from corporate giants and government bodies alike. This move signals further validation in the wide-scale adoption of the Zero Trust model.
Alan Hayward, Sales & Marketing Manager at SEH Technology takes a look at network security and how technological growths in Artificial Intelligence can aid the start of smarter cybersecurity.
David Watkins, solutions director for VIRTUS Data Centres takes a look at the “cradle to grave” green strategy, where environmental ambitions are built into every step of data centre construction and maintenance.
High Performance Computing (HPC) can enable humans to understand the world around us, from atomic behaviour to how the universe is expanding. Martin Galle, Director FAE at Supermicro looks today’s HPC environments that use hundreds to thousands of individual servers, connected by a high speed and low latency networking fabric. Universities and research labs worldwide continue to invest in and create very high-end HPC systems to solve and understand the most complex challenges humankind faces today.
As we look ahead to 2021, changes to the way we live, work and socialise are set to continue. Brian Johnson, Global Data Centre Leader, ABB says that by adopting a focused approach, and investing in the most effective technologies, data centre operators can make the most of the opportunities this new ‘decade of data’ will bring and make every watt count.
Improving security isn’t something companies can compromise on. Adrian Rowley, Senior Director Sales Engineering EMEA, Gigamon looks to find ways to integrate people, process and technology in a unified approach to security to protect their networks in today’s climate.
The interest in adding Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) to business models is fast gaining momentum as organisations look to find patterns within their data that can deliver greater business and customer intelligence, and predict future trends. As Gartner highlights, the number of enterprises implementing AI tripled in the past year. However, with Gartner also claiming that more than 30% of data centres that don’t deploy AI and machine learning won’t be operationally and economically feasible by 2020, Peter Ruffley, Chairman at Zizo, discusses how we can best use AI and what its role is within the data centre.
Supermicro Green Data Centre Report: https://www.supermicro.com/en/white-paper/datacenter-report In today’s data-driven economy,…
Microchip Technology Inc has announced its PIC18 Q84 family — the first PIC18 microcontroller (MCU) family that can be used to transmit and receive data through a Controller Area Network Flexible Data-Rate (CAN FD) bus. Accompanied by an extensive array of Core Independent Peripherals (CIPs) that handle a variety of tasks without requiring CPU intervention, Microchip’s PIC18 Q84 family cuts both time and cost when connecting systems to a CAN FD network.
Aruba is a “Day-1 Member” of the European Data Infrastructure project, which was founded with the goal to create the next generation of data platforms using European wide standards for security and privacy regulations.
LogicMonitor has announced the appointment of Richard Gerdis as vice president for the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region and Frederik Kunst as regional vice president of sales, Northern Europe.
In these newly created roles, Gerdis and Kunst will help drive LogicMonitor’s sales and go-to-market strategy within their respective regions.
Downing Ventures has announced a $35 million investment in Ayar Labs, a Deep Tech organisation that is solving semiconductor interconnect (I/O), bandwidth and power bottlenecks by moving data using light, with its TeraPHY monolithic in-package electronic/photonic chiplet-based solution. The result is a vast improvement in bandwidth, bandwidth density, latency and power consumption across a wider distance.
Mission critical systems, such as water purification systems, require secure and reliable data networks to ensure they perform efficiently, effectively and without interruption. At some of Anglian Water’s UK sites, there was automation equipment that was installed over 30 years ago.
Anglian Water wanted to upgrade the data networks for one of their sites and enlisted the help of Westermo. The network connected ten remote pumps back to a main water plant near Kings Lynn using a series of RS485 cables.