What we’ve been reading in the news this week - 27-31 July, 2015
Date: 27th July 2015 | Posted by: Airedale Team | Posted in: Industry News
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Brewery submits plans for major new facility - July 27 via @insideryorks
A Leeds brewery which can trace its heritage back to the 1800s has submitted plans for a new larger facility at the site of a former milk distribution depot on the edge of the city centre.
Netmagic invests big in new Mumbai datacentre - July 27 via @datacentresnews
The Indian datacentre company Netmagic in whom NTT Com hold a majority stake, has said that it will invest about US$100 million in setting up a 300,000 sq ft datacentre with 3,000 racks in Mumbai.
The secrets of a low energy, high performance buildings - July 27 via @JLL
When the owners of Sydney’s landmark skyscraper, Chifley Tower, wanted to give it a performance boost a few years back, they looked first and foremost at how the building could become more energy efficient.
How 3d printing is transforming the construction industry - July 28 via @ConstructionGL
A Chinese construction company has found a way to make houses pop up at the press of a button - 3D printed homes that could be assembled in under 3 hours. The two-storey show villa was built from pre-constructed components printed in a factory and later lifted into place using a crane, all under 3 hours, signalling a change for the global construction sector.
Five data centres you can't live without - July 28 via @TheRegister
Ever wondered what happened after you clicked on ‘Like’ or did a search on Google? Well wonder no more because here’s five data centres that run your life.
Idiro Analytics chooses Interxion for its datacentre needs - July 28 via @datacentresnews
The Dublin-headquartered firm Analytics has signed an agreement with Interxion which will see the European datacentre company host Idiro’s worldwide datacentre services in the Irish capital.
Sainsbury's becomes UK's second biggest supermarket as Asda stalls - July 29 via @Telegraph
Sainsbury's last held the title of Britain's second largest supermarket in January but has won back the position from a struggling Asda.
Two new buildings at The Sheffield College, worth £15.6m, have been weather proofed and are set to open to students in time for the next academic year. The £6.8m Centre for Technology, Engineering and Design and £8.8m Centre for Creative Industries will be handed over to the college in September.
Singapore is a $1B Data Center Market and Growing Fast - July 29 via @datacenter
The Singapore data center market is booming thanks to the country’s proximity to China, political stability, and a business-friendly regulatory environment. Colocation providers in the island nation made close to $1 billion in revenue in 2014 – a market size projected to surpass $1.2 billion next year, according to a new report by analysts at Structure Research.
Yorkshire businesses seek export advice with Chamber International - July 30 via @bdailyyorkshire
Over the last year, a record number of meetings with businesses wanting to export have been attended by specialist advisers at Chamber International.
Google plans further expansion in Oregon - July 30 via @DCDnews
Local publications have revealed that Google has earmarked 23 acres of land for a potential expansion of its data center campus in The Dalles, Oregon.
Equinix’s Data Centre Growth Shows No Sign Of Stopping - July 31 via @TechWeekEurope
US data centre provider Equinix has reported a 10 percent increase in revenues from the same quarter last year, helped by strong growth in snapping up cloud customers.#
AEC sector dominates BIM use in world survey - July 31 via @MBS_Magazine
The architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) sector is leading the take-up of BIM (building information modelling), according to a worldwide survey carried out by Business Advantage.