Chicago-based start up Cityzenith says its IoT data visualisation tool, 5D Smart City, is being adopted by 10 major cities worldwide. According to the company, its tool helps organisations around the world, both government departments and commercial enterprises, “make sense of urban data – big and small.” “Cities have produced more data in the past […]
Is NSN’s Liquid Radio the Red Bull for the mobile industry? Interview with Mike Murphy, head of Technology for Asia Pac, NSN
Nokia Siemens Networks is looking to revolutionise the mobile network with its Liquid Radio architecture, which not only promises to re-architect today’s base station infrastructure, but also to ultimately bridge the gap between highly specialise (and expensive) telecoms equipment and commoditise (cost competitive) computer components. Green Telecom Live talks to Mike Murphy, head of Technology […]
Telenor Connexion, the unit of the Telenor Group focused on the machine-to-machine market, has been developing and deploying M2M applications for customers for the past decade. Green Telecom Live speaks with Gwenn Larsson, head of marketing at Telenor Connexion, about what makes M2M different from the rest of the mobile industry and the kinds of […]
Two years after we first published the Icelandic government’s plans to promote the building of data centres on its shores, a venture capital-backed start tup, Verne Global, is looking to make it a reality. Verne Global, backed by General Catalysts from Boston, Novator in London and the Wellcome Trust, is now constructing a wholesale data […]
Cisco this month unveiled what some company executives dubbed one of the biggest announcements for the network equipment maker – ever. With the announcement of its Unified Computing, Cisco officially enters the computing space, although not quite as previous speculation in the industry had outlined. Instead of just producing its own blade server, Cisco unveiled […]
In the past couple of weeks, cloud computing has really taken off, with both service providers, server makers, and switching vendors all making big announcements on service deployments and new gear designed for cloud operating environments. Specifically, both Juniper and Cisco made significant announcements in their vision of a next generation data centre environment that […]
Smart meters are one of the hottest topics in the news these days. By adding intelligence to the domestic energy counters, smart metres, and their corresponding sibling, smart grids, now promise to yield a unique set of digital data for both the consumer and the energy industry. The benefits are pretty obvious. By seeing details […]
Green Telecom Editor Tony Chan spoke recently to the Joe Weinman, AT&T leader for strategy solutions sales and a well established expert on cloud computing, on what makes the company’s long history, global network and enterprise support capabilities bring to this space.
Green Telecom’s Tony Chan speaks to Rackspace Hosting chairman, Graham Weston, on the company’s approach to green practices, what’s makes a green data centre and what’s the real significance of virtualisation. Green Telecom: So what is Rackspace Hosting’s approach to ‘green’ practices? Graham Weston: Two three years ago, we actually switched to AMD processors because […]
As one of the participants in the US Environmental Protection Agency’s Energy Star for Data Centre study, AT&T is no stranger to the greening of IT. But when it comes to defining what is green, Rick Felts, AT&T’s senior vice president, Information Technology Operations, prefers to choose his words carefully. In this exclusive interview with […]
Green Telecom talks to Sun Microsystems Asia Pacific CTO Angus MacDonald on the company’s motivations behind its annual carbon reporting survey of Australian businesses, the company’s internal environmental strategy, and the Australian government’s proposed Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme.