Quantum computing will lead to all current encryption algorithms being rendered obsolete. We explain the growing focus on the implementation of quantum-proof encryption algorithms.

In November, 4D Data Centres held our first event featuring an expert panel discussing Brexit, specifically: what does Brexit mean for your company’s data? 

Read our summary of the presentation our CEO, Jack Bedell-Pearce, gave on the potential impact Brexit could have on data sovereignty.

Net neutrality could potentially be impacted by leaving the EU. Read how this could affect your business and how best to prepare for it.

Net neutrality means internet service providers can’t vary access to the internet, or prioritise certain websites over others. Read our advice on what’s best for your business.

4D's COO, Steve Wright, gives his expert explanation on where UK power comes from, the cost of power and what makes a more efficient data centre.

With the rise of big data analytics, machine learning, and AI over the last few years, there has been an increasing demand for high-performance computing (HPC) within data centres

CRAC stands for Computer Room Air Conditioning, and refers to the cooling systems deployed in comms rooms and data centres - they are used to cool servers, which generate a lot of heat. CRAC is a catch-all term to refer to any cooling system used to cool servers, and they can vary greatly in design and the technologies they use.

UPS stands for Uninterruptible Power Supply, and it’s a system that sits in between your servers and the mains electricity. This blog explores the variety of UPS available. 

4D’s CEO, Jack Bedell-Pearce, gives his guide on the cost of colocation in our exclusive video.

As global use of the internet rises sharply each year, data centres might be the only way to keep this enormous industry energy efficient.