Archive for October, 2014

The drive of your life!

Posted on: October 21st, 2014 by Tom No Comments

The lucky winner of our Facilities Show ‘Drive of your Life’ promotion, Scott Darrington from Nottinghamshire, enjoyed a day of high speed thrills this month. With cars including a Ferrari, Lamborghini and a single seater ford put through their paces, experiencing the ultimate thrill of combining power and performance.

Scott commented “Thanks to Synapsys for a great day, I had a fantastic time driving the single seater ford, Ferrari and my favourite on the day the Lamborghini.  It was an experience which I will remember for many years to come”.

We had a great day with Scott, surrounded by some fantastic cars and we are looking forward to the next one.

Below are some pictures from the day.

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Data Centre shows

Posted on: October 20th, 2014 by Tom No Comments

Synapsys is a growing presence in the data centre market, where the SIP range of interface products for monitoring, control and connectivity in intelligent buildings is proving popular.

This November, operators can meet Synapsys at RDS Dublin’s DataCentres Ireland (11-12th) or Excel London’s DatacenterDynamics Converged (19-20th) to find out more about how SIP technology can help improve data centre performance.

To find out more please download our release here.

Data Centre News article

Posted on: October 10th, 2014 by Tom No Comments

In Octobers DCN we have a feature article on the Climate Change Agreement for data centres which came into effect this July.

Introduced in July this year, the new industry Climate Change Agreement (CCA) is steering data centres to commit to reducing their energy consumption. But it’s not just another hoop to jump through, asserts Harvey Roft of Synapsys Solutions. The new CCA brings opportunities to protect the future growth of the data centre sector – and to save yourself some cold hard cash.

Read the full article here