Newsletter July/August 2017

ETCIO WALL: Zuzar Tinwalla is CIO at Standard Chartered Bank. Mumbai based Tinwalla, has completed his education form University of Mumbai in the Field Of Study Business/Commerce, General. I like being a CIO because - Game-changing technologies have transformed every business process and have given us the ability to create new products and services


How to Optimize Data Centers for the Automated World

The demand for data center agility has never been greater. With an exploding volume of data that is transmitted, processed, stored and managed and faster turnaround times demanded by businesses in this era of Internet of Everything, organizations are under tremendous pressure to keep the data center agile and ensure that the infrastructure remains optimized throughout its entire life cycle.


Data Center Telemetry: It’s own IoT

Nicolas Sagnes, senior product manager for Raritan, stops by the InformationWeek News Desk to explain data center telemetry and why it can be considered "IT's own IoT."

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Infrared lasers may replace wires in data centres

Indian Express Data centres are the central point of many, if not most, information systems today, but the masses of wires interconnecting the servers and piled high on racks begins to resemble tangled Christmas-tree lights.

  • US tech giant Oracle to set up India data center to expand its cloud customer services with ‘significant price advantage’
  • Software defined data centers and 5G Network will dominate future of technology space in the next 5-10 years, says Michael Dell
  • Alibaba Cloud, the cloud computing arm of Alibaba Group, is planning to set up its first cloud data center in Mumbai
  • Lenovo introduces its largest data center portfolio of servers, storage, networking, software and data center services
  • TCS partners with Intel for digital transformations and invests in Centers of Excellence (CoE) in the US and India to power next generation data center technologies
(Source: Live Mint, Financial Express, DNA,, BWCIO)

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Raritan® —a brand of Legrand, and a leading provider of intelligent data center management and rack power distribution solutions—today announced its next-generation intelligent power product portfolio. Powered by the new iX7™ advanced controller, a new series of Raritan’s intelligent rack PDUs (iPDUs) now provides additional smart management capabilities that help future proof data center infrastructures. |

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