Tag Archive for 'data-centre'

Dec14th2010

EQUINIX – Would you like fries with that?

Had a good tour of the EQUNIX facility in Sydney today. Been to a few around the world and yet again the structure, layout and operation procedures are identical to all. The McDonalds of IDC’s?

Mar15th2010

The History of Chinese ICP and .CN Requirements

There has been a bit of a maelstrom recently regarding the use of .CN and ICP certificates all on top of the existing confusion.

So to try and set the record straight I am going to give a nice little walk through the pages of history and clearly state the facts of the matter from the inception until the present. And hopefully not only explain what the situation is, yet also how it came about and the anthropology of how we got to the situation that we have today.

Jan9th2008

China an inefficient truth

I read this entry over on David Wolf’s blog before my recent trip back down under about power usage and IT infrastructure. Silicon Hutong And the topic did strike a “Hey this is real man!!!” kind of chord with me. A cathartic resonance that shall never come from me with respect to the greater greenhouse […]

Sep14th2007

China’s Olympic Data Centre

I got to go and stick my nose about a nice “Olympic Quality” (whatever that means) CNC data centre last night as my team and I ripped up and put back together a new clients ailing cluster. This place had official Olympic logo’s all over the place! And nice toilets – a rudimentary western yard […]