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Issue 7, Dec 09/Jan 10


FOCUS CONTENTS


NEWS EDITORIAL US


CONTENTS Issue 7, December 2009 / January 2010 FEATURES


UK & EUROPE


EMERGING MARKETS & ASIA


4 5 7


9


INDUSTRY & FINANCE 10 TECHNOLOGY


ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT


11


NYSE EURONEXT AND THE NEXT GENERATION NETWORK


18 12


Mark Monroe is director of sustainable computing at Sun Microsystems. In an interview at at DCD London he explains the challenges of developing useful metrics, managing the data they produce and the next steps in their adoption


US REAL ESTATE 14


Jim Kerrigan of Grub & Ellis Company reveals what has been happening to data center real estate prices in the US, lists the biggest deals of the last 12 months and makes some projections for 2010


RESEARCH 17


The latest confi dence index and what is happening to operating costs across 11 cities


UPCOMING CONFERENCES


17


Details of DCD conferences in Toronto, Dallas and Atlanta


When fully operational the two mega data centers – one in New Jersey and one in London will tranform automated trading at the NYSE Euronext exchange. What is the networking infrastructure that the exchange will rely on? And we examine the mechanical and electrical set up at the London data center with the help of Ian Bitterlin


INDUSTRY 21


Key developments in 2009 and the best things for the industry in 2010. We poll the experts


PROFILE: HURRICANE ELECTRIC’S DATA CENTER EMPIRE


24


From networking services provider to data center operator and global connectivity specialist, how Hurricane has prepared for Ipv6 with its latest facility and deals to meet the world hunger for bandwidth


CONFERENCE NEWS: DCD LONDON


28


The news from DCD LONDON including strategic partnership for Skanska and OSIsoft, warnings about the CRC and a product announcement


CONFERENCE ANALYSIS: DCD LONDON


IT and facilities – divisions remain. Will the new pressures being brought to bear on data centers result in a shift in the balance of power?


18 29


CONFERENCE INTERVIEW: DCD LONDON


32


Paul Boyns, head of policy and IT strategy at the BBC talks us through his data centers. He reveals how he is evaluating the organisation’s entire data center estate. His search for a facility in the North of England and the impact of the iPlayer on data center strategy and operation


CONFERENCE VIDEO INTERVIEWS: DCD LONDON 33 Jack Pouchet, Emerson: Productivity is the key Robert Tozer, HP MCF: You don’t need chillers Steve Sams, IBM: Don’t waste a crisis


CENTRAL EUROPE 34


Budapest is the site for central Europe’s largest data center. We talk to the country’s largest provider and to a national bank on the pros and cons of owning and operating a data center in Hungary


SCANDINAVIA 38


Stockholm has the lot. So we are told by Invest in Sweden. The country is an ideal location to set up a data center. We examine the credentials


IT REFRESH 40


Clean Slate Thinking: Don Beaty PE and John Lanni PE of DLB Associates take us through the considerations of replacing your IT


UPDATES IT POWERS DOWN


All the latest product


announcements and tests point to continuing energy reductions across the whole IT stack


POWER MANAGEMENT 44 The latest product updates


UPS 47


Products: Trinergy from Chloride says it is a game changer. Others make more modest claims


COOLING WATER


Though some are exploring it, Californian operators are not yet ready to adopt the use of recycled water


CLOUD


Cloud offerings are starting to take shape and customers are climbing aboard


BUILD


US and European investment looks steady


DCD OVERVIEW


DatacenterDynamics Conferences in 2009


INDICES 58


Power costs and concerns at locations in Europe, Middle East, US and Latin and South America


57 56 54 49


Morgan Stanley commissioned research revealed


53


42


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