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Telstra's Docklands datacentre is being revamped to bring hot and cold aisle separation to its racks and has plans to create a large heat exchanger in the future to further boost efficiency
The London datacentre is being revamped to bring full hot and cold aisle containment to every floor, with the aim of increasing power efficiency without forcing customers to change hardware
The three-year-old facility is expected to triple in size via a staged expansion to provide spillover capacity from the co-location provider's various London datacentres
The West London datacentre is set to triple in size, so it can serve as a capacity spillover for Telecity's multitude of Docklands and City datacentres
The Slough-based datacentre is the cradle for the Rackspace's UK cloud and is currently being adapted to add further compute capacity and introduce free-air cooling to cut power use