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As the world goes digital and hybrid, energy risks are growing.
With so many applications now cloud-dependent, Ed Ansett looks at how datacentres are responding to this changed demand (p24)
Power is the life blood of data centre operations, but can it be made adaptable for power chains to be more responsive to multiple IT services SLAs? In this article, Ed Ansett unpacks how ARP can automatically provision power applications with different availability SLAs in the same data centre. Read here now on page 46
Read the exclusive report looking into the Iron Mountain Data Centers & Web Werks Data Centers India’ $150mn joint venture to capitalise on India’s data centre boom.
Michael Goh states, “Iron Mountain Data Centers have a long working relationship with i3 Solutions Group. As our trusted consultant in Asia & Europe, their expertise has helped us deliver multiple successful and timely projects for our customers.”
Rapid technology advances are about to shift the landscape of energy storage options for data centre operators.
Customer demands, regulation and the outcry against GHG emissions may make a switch from diesel standby to gas generation a timely move for data centres. (Page 51)
Emerging energy storage technologies signal radical changes for data centre power. Ed Ansett, Founder and Chairman, i3 Solutions Group, discusses the future of the data centre industry with a focus on data centre energy storage developments and emerging technologies.
Natural Gas (NG) generators are becoming cost competitive with diesel generators and have a better greenhouse gas emission profile
Ireland’s data centre sector is uniquely positioned to lead the world in sustainable power, Ed Ansett, founder and chairman at i3 Solutions Group explains how.
With green credentials that include the UK’s lowest carbon energy intensity, increasing access to RERs, low-cost land and political backing, are the pieces in place for Scotland to fulfil its data centre sector potential?
Whether it is microgrids, distributed energy resources (DERs), co-gen, grid-interactive, islanded or integrated (decoupled or coupled) – there is growing consensus that data centres will require onsite or locally generated power delivered through microgrids.
To say microgrids will become a feature of future large data centre design, would be to overlook the idea that technically most data centres of scale can be configured to operate as local microgrids.
Here, Ed Ansett, Founder of i3 Solutions, discusses everything you need to know about microgrids. This conversation covers how data centres will require onsite, or locally generated power delivered through microgrids.
The microgrid discussion in the data centre sector is gathering pace, there is growing consensus that data centres will require onsite or locally generated power delivered through microgrids.
Ed Ansett, Chairman at i3 Solutions, explains why the industry needs a greater understanding of fuel cells to drive wider adoption of a technology, which could accelerate the effectiveness of the sector’s GHG Abatement efforts.
Ed Ansett, Chairman at i3 Solutions, talks us through his career and how data centre design continues to evolve. Ed shares how he started his career in engineering, and why he made the decision to establish i3 Solutions.
Digital Infra Xchange CXO Summit 2023: Understanding the Journey to Sustainable Digital Infrastructure Heat Reuse & Powering digital infrastructure.
i3 Solutions Group has been issued two patents by the USPTO (US Patent and Trademark Office) for its Adaptable Redundant Power (ARP) topology control solution for mission-critical electrical power systems.