What we’ve been reading in the news this week - 5-9 October, 2015
Date: 06th October 2015 | Posted by: Airedale Team | Posted in: Industry News
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VIDEO: All the Cooling Industry Awards winners interviewed! - Oct 5 via @RACMagazine
The Awards are over, but you can still get to watch all the winners interviewed on their successful night, and what winning the ‘Industry Oscars’ will mean for their business.
Microsoft opens Indian data centers ahead of schedule - Oct 6 via @dcdnews
Microsoft has opened three data centers in India, ahead of its plan to open them by the end of 2015, announced by CEO Satya Nadella on a visit in 2014.
Nestle holding talks with Yorkshire’s R&R Ice Cream to form joint venture - Oct 6 via @insideryorks
Yorkshire’s R&R Ice Cream and Nestle are on the verge of joining forces, in a deal worth £2.2bn, with an aim of dominating the global ice-cream market.
Morgan Sindall plc has completed work on a £16.5 million education centre, University Campus Aylesbury Vale (UCAV).
Kingsland Data Center opens in Singapore - Oct 7 via @dcdnews
Singapore-based real estate firm Kingsland Development is opening a data center in Jurong, in the West of Singapore, adjacent to the Singapore Data Center Park.
Datavita to launch in £200 million Scottish datacenter - Oct 7 via @datacentresnews
This week sees the launch of DataVita, a new business which will operate from Fortis, Scotland’s largest and most energy efficient purpose built datacentre. Fortis will open at Newhouse, Lanarkshire in May 2016.
Manufacturing 2015: UTC Leeds part of varied answer to skills shortages - Oct 8 via @BusinessDesk_YK
Work is underway on the site of the region's latest University Technical College (UTC), which will create a specialist engineering and manufacturing college in Leeds.
The Modern Data Center: Challenges and Innovations - Oct 8 via @datacenter
The modern data center is a complex place. The proliferation of mobile devices, such as tablets and smartphones, place an ever-increasing pressure on IT departments and data centers.
Worldwide IT spending to surpass $US3.6 trillion in 2016 - Oct 8 via @datacentresnews
Research house, Gartner as part of its latest Forecast Alert: IT Spending, Worldwide, 3Q15 Update, has forecast worldwide IT spending to surpass US3.6 trillion in 2016, a 1.5% increase from 2015.
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