A global technology company awarded Keysource a major data centre capacity expansion project in Hamburg, Germany, following a competitive tender process. The project included the design and build of an additional 400 rack data hall with 1MW of IT capacity and a concurrently maintainable solution.
The Science & Technology Facilities Council (STFC) selected Keysource to undertake pre-construction services for the data centre upgrade at its Daresbury Laboratory facility in Warrington.
This involved supporting the live operation upgrade of the data centre facility which included the lifecycle replacement of critical power, cooling and protection systems.
Garmin is a global leader of automotive, fitness, outdoor, marine and aviation technologies. Keysource has been contracted to act as Garmin’s ‘design guardian’ to establish project budgets and design criteria, creating a concept design including a remote monitoring and management solution as well as the selection of all associated equipment.
A leading global market research company chose Keysource to provide multi-site remote monitoring across its global IT infrastructure. This includes 14 global offices, from San Francisco, to Frankfurt and Sydney.
Keysource operates the 24/7 service through a central global tool which is monitored from the company’s Network Operations Centre based in London.
This pharmaceutical giant employs nearly 9,000 people in over 120 countries, with revenues in excess of $3.4 Billion. Its companies share a common purpose to identify and accelerate the development of meaningful medicines that add value for patients and healthcare providers around the globe.
Following on from the original data centre build in 2009, Keysource worked with Petroleum Geo-Services (PGS) to deliver an innovative chiller free design, providing 100% indirect free cooling. This enabled PGS to reduce capital and ongoing expenditure without compromising on availability or performance.
Following a competitive tender, Cardiff University has awarded Keysource, the global data centre and critical environment specialists, a multi-year critical facilities maintenance contract designed to minimise risk and disruption, whilst extending the life of the existing infrastructure for as long as possible.
The Metropolitan Police is the territorial police force responsible for law enforcement in Greater London, and its 8.6 million residents. In line with its strategic 2020 vision the Met engaged Keysource to support the evaluation, design and delivery for a number of IT and technical requirements.