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Microsoft hits latest data centre rewewables target a year ahead of schedule

After hitting 60 percent renewables target ahead of schedule, Microsoft says it’s on track to hit 70 percent by 2023 Microsoft says that 60 percent of the energy used in its data centres will be drawn from renewable sources by the end of 2019, one year ahead of its own targets. In 2016, Microsoft announced… Read More


Hurricane Florence to impact East Coast data centres

As the US government issues evacuation orders for the southeastern United States in anticipation of the Category 4 Hurricane Florence, data centres must prepare for the potential impact of the weather on their facilities. The storm is expected to hit North Carolina, with different projections showing potential damage through South Carolina, Maryland and Virginia. Major… Read More


Trend Micro apps found to be secretly harvesting data

Apple has had to investigate a series of apps hosted on its App Store, after it was revealed that the apps were making copies of user data. Dr. Cleaner Pro, Dr. Cleaner, Dr. Unarchiver, Dr. Antivirus, Dr. Battery, and Duplicate Finder, made by Trend Micro, Inc. were investigated by Apple which later removed Dr. Unarchiver… Read More


Broadcom data centre chip business bolsters smartphone revenues

In its latest earnings release, Broadcom Inc. showed strong sales in data centre chips, offsetting a sharp drop in demand for parts from a ‘large North American smartphone customer.’ Broadcom reported revenues of approximately $5.05 billion (approx £3.77 billion) for the quarter ending in July, with a margin of error of plus or minus $75 million… Read More


Anger as Apple pulls plug on Athenry project

Galway residents have lashed out at the Irish government after Apple finally decided to call an end to its Athenry data centre project. The California tech giant first announced that it would be building a large data centre in the Irish town of Athenry, in Galway, in 2015. Since then it has faced setback after… Read More