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Keppel Data Centres and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries are to jointly test the viability of tri-generation hydrogen power plants for data centres in a bid to improve the environmental footprint of Singapore’s digital infrastructure.
The companies will research the potential benefits of hydrogen power plants for data centres and explore their implementation in Singapore data centres.
As a trigeneration plant produces heat, power and cooling, the companies ultimately hope to develop a power plant that can feed electricity and chilled water to data centre systems and facilities.
Keppel Corp is in discussions to construct a floating hyperscale data centre off the coast of Singapore.
Two years ago Keppel Data Centres, a subsidiary of the communications conglomerate, invested $10 million into Nautilus Data Technologies, a Californian floating data centre startup that in December filed a proposal to moor a facility at Ted Russell Dock in Ireland.
Penetrating new markets is one of the most important but fraught endeavours any company can undertake, no matter what they sell.
Having recently spread its wings from Pakistan into Bangladesh, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Nepal, South Asia’s leading eCommerce platform, Daraz, is well-positioned to advise on the challenges of scaling up.
Would you pay a monthly fee for a service that allowed you to hop from car-to-car on a monthly basis without having to worry about maintenance and road tax?
Singapore’s Carro, Southeast Asia’s largest automotive marketplace, reckons there is ample appetite in the city-state, so much, in fact, that the company launched its “Netflix for Cars” in March this year.
Chinese search giant Baidu has launched its cloud services in Singapore, as the company attempts to catch up with Chinese rivals Alibaba and Tencent by offering cloud services in the city-state.
The company said the services will cater towards Chinese companies expanding to the region and local companies seeking “high-performing, secure and reliable cloud services”.