One of Electrical Review’s special projects for 2013 is a special supplement – Data Centre Power – which will be published with the January/February edition of the magazine. The supplement will cover topics including energy storage, UPS systems, infrastructure and planning and controlling downtime. All content will also be featured at www.electricalreview.co.uk.
The special supplement will also be distributed at Data Centre World , a free-to-attend event taking place at ExCel, London from 27-28 February. At the event exhibitors will be addressing the most challenging issues affecting the data centre sector. These include the rising volume of digital data that has to be processed and stored; the increasing demand for enhanced security; power usage effectiveness; energy efficiency and the latest products and services driving the sector.
The event also features a conference to help data centre managers and professionals plan, implement and manage their existing and future data centre requirements. The content will include panel discussions, case studies and presentations on the latest issues affecting the data centre. For further details on Data Centre World visit www.datacentreworld.com.
Electrical Review readers may also be interested in a free online seminar due to take place at the end of this month. ‘Energy Efficiency in Data Centres to Lower Costs and Benefit the Environment’ will take place at 2pm on Thursday 24 January. The Frost & Sullivan webinar will see energy and power systems industry analyst, Gautham Gnanajothi, lead a teleconference describing the data centre market size and value and its various components. Additionally, the seminar will look at the impact of energy efficiency in data centres with respect to the total cost of ownership (TCO) and environmental issues.
The conference will offer a detailed analysis of energy consumption in data centres, and will identify the key issues that drive energy efficiency in data centres and the best practices for system optimisation and implementation. To register for this web seminar please email [email protected].
If you will be attending Data Centre World and would like to meet with the Electrical Review team, please feel free to email us.