Are you, or your colleagues planning to visit the Technology in Government event in Canberra on 2-3 August 2016? We can arrange a demonstration of our major technology partner's – Emerson Network Power – latest solutions. More info and free ticket here.Read more >
Are you, or your colleagues planning to visit the Technology in Government event in Canberra on 2-3 August 2016?
One of MCS’s major technology partners – Emerson Network Power – is a Gold Sponsor exhibiting at the event’s expo. They will have both the:
- Emerson SmartCabinet (Data Centre in a Rack) and
- Video Matrix Switch
on display. Both of these solutions are very attractive solutions to Local, State and Federal Government customers.
If you plan on attending this event, please contact us and we can arrange for the Emerson team to give you a live demo of their SmartCabinet and a high performance Video Matrix Switch.
Plus we can introduce you to Emerson’s integrated modular data solutions team.
About the event:
Technology in Government is Australia’s largest ICT event for the Public Sector. It combines a high- level conference with a large scale exhibition, bringing together senior Public Sector Technologists and Communications Experts to learn, network and source ICT solutions for the ongoing transformation within Government.
About the expo:
Technology in Government is Australia’s largest showcase of the most important ICT software, platforms and services to help to drive public sector & enterprise transformation.
If you are involved in evaluating, purchasing or implementing technology within your department or organisation, then this is where you can:
- Meet with over 75+ exhibitors demonstrating the most advanced technologies driving ICT initiatives at all levels of government
- Attend FREE seminar sessions where you can hear from world leading solution providers
- Understand which ICT products and services can help you achieve cost savings and improve effectiveness
Expo dates and times:
Tuesday 2 August: 10:00am – 5:00pm
Wednesday 3 August: 10:00am – 3:30pm
A quick summary of some recent projects we were involved with: SAHMRI, Adelaide, South Australia We supplied the new SAHMRI building with a number of small and medium sizedRead more >
A quick summary of some recent projects we were involved with:
SAHMRI, Adelaide, South Australia
We supplied the new SAHMRI building with a number of small and medium sized Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) units and an ASCO closed transition transfer switch with bypass. (Image via sahmri.com by Peter Clarke).
National Broadband Network (NBN)
Aldi Distribution Centre, Regency Park, South Australia
Congratulations Matt Sanders from Badge Constructions on the recent Australian Institute of Building Award for the work on the new Aldi Distribution Centre.
Late last year the Nine Network in Adelaide completed its move from its Tynte Street studio to its new CBD studio and offices at 169 Pirie Street, Adelaide.Read more >
Late last year the Nine Network in Adelaide completed its move from its Tynte Street studio to its new CBD studio and offices at 169 Pirie Street, Adelaide.
It took a year to prepare and fit out the Hindmarsh Square building, including an Adelaide “first”: a glass-fronted studio at street level to allow the public to view Nine News live and see the studio in operation.
“These new premises are a game-changer for Nine and provide the opportunity for our business to be the pre-eminent media brand in the heart of the CBD,” said Nine Adelaide’s Managing Director, Sean O’Brien.
“It has been a complex project with more than 27,000 man-hours behind it that has involved extending the building facade, the installation of more than 100kms of cables, upgrading the power supply, a new data centre linking Nine News to the world, new signage, studio, and modern facilities for all employees.
“We have also procured new technology including robotic studio and remote fixed cameras.
“To say we are excited about our new home is an understatement. With our ratings position stronger than ever we are now equipped to set the benchmark with technology, community engagement and innovation.”
We will soon be providing similar products to the Nine Network in Perth.
The Liebert ® DM ™ is a fully featured precision cooling solution for your critical IT infrastructure. It also features network management capabilities and integrates with your standard IT management systems using standard IT protocols such as http, SMTP, SNMP and SMS.Read more >
Liebert DM delivers enterprise level precision cooling to small computer rooms and network closets. It is designed for year-round temperature and humidity control for IT applications across the critical infrastructure. With a small footprint it is ideal for small and medium-sized computer rooms.
Liebert DM variants:
- Air Cooled / Water Cooled
- Chilled Water
The Liebert DM is ideally suited for:
- Small and medium sized computer rooms
- UPS and battery rooms
- Outdoor electronic and communication equipment rooms
- Transformer stations, substations
Emerson Network Power (ENP) is working with Facebook to develop new building techniques as they jointly design and build the social media giant’s second data center in Luleå, Sweden. The new site, Luleå 2, is to be the pilot for Facebook’s new rapid deployment data centre (RDDC) technique, a project on which ENP’s data center design team collaborated.Read more >
Emerson Network Power (ENP) is working with Facebook to develop new building techniques as they jointly design and build the social media giant’s second data center in Luleå, Sweden. The new site, Luleå 2, is to be the pilot for Facebook’s new rapid deployment data centre (RDDC) technique, a project on which ENP’s data center design team collaborated.
Facebook’s RDDC uses modular design elements, including pre-fabricated materials and on-site assembly. The guiding principle, according to Scott Barbour, global business leader of Emerson Network Power, is to speed installation and cut the amount of materials used.
“We worked with Facebook to understand their wants and needs, and we collectively developed an integrated, cost-effective, tailored solution,” said Barbour. “This collaboration with Facebook illustrates our competence in modular construction and shows next-generation thinking.”
Facebook is open to collaboration with vendors, it said. “We are always looking for ways to optimize our data centers – that includes accelerating build times and reducing material use,” said Jay Park, director of data center design, Facebook.
Luleå 2 will span approximately 125,000 sq. ft. and Emerson will deliver over 250 shippable modules, including power skids, evaporative air handlers, a water treatment plant and data center superstructure solutions. It will be built next to Facebook’s first data center building in Luleå, which came online in June 2013.
Facebook claimed that Luleå 2 will be one of the most efficient and sustainable data centers in the world, powered by 100% renewable energy and featuring the latest in Open Compute Project server, storage, mechanical, and electrical designs.