Supermicro’s data centre on a pole sends IoT processing to the Edge – Data Economy

Here are the five things you need to know this morning, March 05, 2020, from around the world directly to you.

Domo announcesCanadian data centre

Domo (Nasdaq: DOMO) has announced that it has expanded itsinfrastructure in North America and is now live with a new data centre runningon Amazon Web Services (AWS) in Canada.

This expansion will provide regional support and datagovernance for customers in that region as well as global customers withworldwide operations, according to the company.

The data centre is the companys latest move establishingits commitment to serving Canadian customers from coast to coast and inproviding localized support to its growing base of more than 1,900 worldwidecustomers.

Our customers trust us with one of their most valuableassets in the cloud era: their data, said Daren Thayne, chief technologyofficer at Domo.

Our latest data centre expansion ensures customers doingbusiness from Canada can continue to move at record speed, knowing their datais being managed with the unique security, privacy and compliance requirementsof that region.

Keysource appointedto NEUPC Framework

Data centre firm Keysource has been appointed to the NorthEastern Universities Purchasing Consortium (NEUPC) Framework for the provisionof Data Centre Management equipment and Infrastructure for a further fouryears.

NEUPC is one of six UK Higher Education purchasing consortiaestablished to deliver and manage a range of collaborative framework agreementswithin the higher education sector.

NEUPCs new Data Centre Management Framework offers a broadscope of equipment, infrastructure and consultancy.

We have a long pedigree of providing high-performance data centre facilities to the education sector and our clients include University of Leicester, University of Exeter and Bristol University, said Richard Clifford, Senior Consultant and Head of Innovation at Keysource.

This is our tenth year of working with NEUPC as one of their trusted data centre companies that will support the Education sector in the UK.

CloudFest 2020 cancelleddue to Coronavirus

As the Covid-19 story develops, it is not only threateningglobal health, but seriously disrupting everyday operations.

Due to public health concerns related to the coronavirusoutbreak, the organisers of CloudFest announced it has cancelled CloudFest2020.

The annual cloud, hosting and data centre industry event wasscheduled for March 14 19 in Europa Park in Rust, Germany.

The health and safety of our attendees, partners,presenters, and colleagues is of the utmost importance to us, stated theCloudFest Team.

We were forced to consider the growing risk of exposure,especially in the German state of Baden-Wrttemberg, where our event islocated.

The unclear infection path, as well as the risk ofquarantine orders lasting several weeks on short notice, could not be ignored.

With over 7,000 people from the cloud community expected togather from almost every continent, the risk of inadvertently spreading thevirus was just too high.


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Healthcare Industryplans to ramp up Hybrid cloud adoption

Healthcare organisations around the globe are under pressureto drive digital transformation to meet increasing patient care demands.

Nutanix (NASDAQ: NTNX) has announced the healthcare industryfindings of its second annual Enterprise Cloud Index Report, measuringhealthcare organisations plans for adopting private, hybrid and public clouds.

Overall 2019 ECI data found digital transformationsignificantly impacted cloud implementation across various industry verticals,and healthcare organisations were no different with 68% citing this trend.

In line with top healthcare IT trends, healthcare companiesranked personalised healthcare (52%) and AI assistants (44%) as positivelyimpacting their cloud adoption.

Lume raises $4.3 millionto expand cloud and edge data centre offerings

Lume has announced that it has secured a $4.3 millioninvestment to support its innovative cloud offerings and bring the companysCloud Anyware and edge data centre solutions to new markets and customers.

The funding round was led by BaseCamp Capital LLC, aColorado-based private equity group.

Lume also announced that Octavio Morales has joined the companysBoard of Directors. Morales was one of the original co-founders of TierPointand served as the companys CEO until its acquisition in 2012.

He has over 30 years of experience and expertise within the industry that will help guide the companys growth strategy.

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