“The virus will not go away just because countries stop monitoring it”. This is sitting. Hans Kluge, WHO Regional Director for Europe, warns of a corona summer wave. The World Health Organization is observing a threefold increase in cases of infection on the European continent – within a few weeks. The reason is the highly contagious Omikron subvariant BA.5. The highest infection...
Major tech companies such as Google’s parent Alphabet and Meta Platforms, the company behind Facebook, among others, are getting caught up in the European energy crisis. The companies previously received approval for the construction of large data centres in countries such as Luxembourg, but plans were later suspended. Now that the energy supply is being compromised by Russia’s war...
The Head of Kazakhstan, President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, visited the Almaty Central Asian Institute of Environmental Studies. Kassym-Jomart Tokayev got acquainted with the activities of the institute and visited a new building erected using the latest world technologies. This building will allow the institute to fully provide itself with water and electricity.
Gelsinger spoke about his prospect to CNBC and Bloomberg, with apparently less hope than before. In October of last year, Gelsinger was asked for a similar statement; at that time, the top executive expected the supply-demand ratio for chips “to stabilize in 2023”.
RoboMarkets, a European broker working with European clients, announces the organization of an ecological action that took place on Saturday, April 16, 2022. The initiative group of the RoboMarkets team went outside to clean up the Garyllis River Linear Park. The event was held with the support of local authorities, and the mayor of Limassol was present.
An “energy Island” on an island. That is the University of Cyprus, which sets a standard in sustainable building and the generation of sustainable energy.
TikTok has once again postponed the opening of its first European data center, which is in Dublin, Ireland. The data center will not arrive until next year.
Blaud has been acquired by Irish industry partner CWSI. Through the transaction, the Utrecht-based security specialist will become fully owned by CWSI, including its twenty employees. CWSI, active in Ireland and the United Kingdom, expect that with the first crossing to the European mainland, the conversion will swell to more than twenty million euros this year.