Smart heating beats out smart watches for most desired ‘Internet of Things’ product


12 March 2015

While companies like Apple and Google are busy working on making smart watches the next big IT thing, research by YouGov commissioned by Redcentric showed that your average consumer is actually more interested in smart heating systems and smart light bulbs.

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Fairline Boats Looks to the Future with New IT Infrastructure


10 March 2015

Managed services provider Calyx today announced that it has been awarded the contract to refresh the IT infrastructure of renowned luxury motor yacht builder, Fairline Boats, as the company invests in its plans for the future.

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Calyx Set to Deliver Managed ICT Infrastructure for New University Technical College Campus


03 March 2015

Calyx today announced it had been chosen to deliver, implement and manage a new infrastructure for Leigh Academies Trust at a third educational facility. The Leigh Academies Trust implementation follows on from two successful installations for the trust at The Leigh Academy and The Wilmington Academy.

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Healthy outlook for hospital data centre transition with Redcentric


26 February 2015

A major time-sensitive healthcare project due to go live in early 2015, has been kept on track due to the quick turnaround of N3 connectivity approval within a week. The project, which made use of Redcentric's N3 connectivity and commercial aggregation services, required two new colocation sites to be connected to the N3 network.

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West Berkshire Council switches on data centre refresh


10 February 2015

West Berkshire Council today announced that, with the help of leading Cloud Service provider Redcentric, it had completed work on an 18-month upgrade of its main data centre. Their aim was to increase data centre efficiency and reduce PUE within tight budget constraints.

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Redcentric wins place on all four lots of revamped G-Cloud 6


03 February 2015

Leading cloud service provider Redcentric has today announced that it has been authorised for Lot 4 on the revamped G-Cloud 6 framework. Originally a supplier for Lots 1-3, Redcentric can now also deliver Oracle-based consultancy services to organisations within the public sector.

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