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Weekly HVAC Industry News - 4-8 January 2016

Weekly HVAC Industry News - 4-8 January 2016

Date: 05th January 2016  |   Posted by: Airedale Team  |   Posted in: Industry News

Airedale Air Conditioning, Leeds, UK, January 2016

It’s been another busy week for us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ and the web. Below we’ve highlighted some of the articles that have caught our eye.


What will 2016 bring? - 4 Jan via @ACRJournal
Change is consistent in everything we do and experience. Here are some 2016 predictions for change in the air conditioning, refrigeration and heat pump industry. 

Ten data center predictions for 2016 - 4 Jan via @dcdnews
My predictions for 2015 fared well, with a couple of notable failures. Now, let’s turn our attention to the future and discuss what is in store for the data center market in 2016.

Sky’s Edinburgh datacentre included in EU code for energy efficiency - 5 Jan via @datacentresnews
Sky’s work to reduce energy demand and drive efficiencies at its datacentres has been recognised with the inclusion of one of its key datacentres as a Participant to the EU Code of Conduct (CoC) for Energy Efficiency in Data Centres.

Top 10 Data Center Stories of the Month: December 2015 - 5 Jan via @datacenter
Here are some of the most popular stories that ran on Data Center Knowledge in December.

Top 5 Cloud Considerations to Transform your Business in 2016 - 6 Jan via @thewhir
Welcome to 2016 – the year of cloud and the digital revolution. We’ve seen a boom in various services changing the way we do business, interact with users, and manage our environments.

Change ahead for South East Asia datacentres as markets shift gear - 6 Jan via @datacentresnews
Another round of substantial growth is afoot for datacentres in the South East Asian region over the next 24 months, creating a market conservatively estimated at USD3.4 billion by the end of 2017.

Office construction hits 13-year high in Birmingham - 7 Jan via @constructionenq
The latest crane survey from Deloitte shows nearly 1m sq ft of office space is currently under construction in the city – the highest level since the survey began back in 2002.

Rise in data centre emergency cleans - 7 Jan via @FMJtoday
Data centres are running the risk of power outages and losing critical data by not planning regular cleaning schedules, according to technical cleaning business, 8 Solutions.

BSRIA publishes research on BACS market - 8 Jan via @HVROnlineEditor
According to research from BSRIA, the traditional Building Automation and Control Systems (BACS) market has continued to grow steadily over many years, especially in the BRIC countries.

AWS Powers Up Korean Data Centres As Fifth Asia Pacific Region Goes Live - 8 Jan via @TechWeekEurope
AWS extends cloud reach to Korea to serve customers with lower latency and infrastructure support with Seoul data centres.

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