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Bsria supports Data Centre World

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Bsria is proud to support Data Centre World taking place at ExCel London on Wednesday 15th and Thursday 16th March 2017. As part of supporting Data Centre World, Bsria will present at the conference and be on hand to answer your data centre design and build questions at the exhibition.

The event brings a line up of world-class suppliers to the data centre sector,free content from over 500 of the industry’s practitioners and peer networking opportunities.

In 2016, almost 20,000 visitors attended the ExCeL Centre for Data Centre World and co-located events Cloud Expo Europe, Cloud Security Expo and launch Smart IoT London. 

For 2017, the London Flagship events are set to be even bigger with launch Big Data World added to the stack. For the first time Data Centre World will take place its very own hall opposite Cloud Expo Europe. The data centre event will truly be in a world of its own this March, meeting the ever growing demand for Data Centre World and the latest data centre solutions emerging in the market. 

Calum Maclean, senior research engineer, Bsria, said: “Attendance at this event is highly beneficial. Data centre cooling is becoming more complex and expensive due to rising power loads and high-density of IT equipment. Simply increasing the cooling capacity can cause problems in temperature or air flow and lead to inefficient cooling. This can be caused by poor air flow distribution and design.

“In addition, Bsria carries out market research studies in air conditioning, structured cabling and IT related technologies, which reflect the market performance and trends in the data centre industry.

“We know that this event will be attended by a high level of data centre professionals.”If you provide products or services within the data centre ecosystem we encourage you to join the line-up of over 600 world class exhibitors, be part of the six new sectored areas including Design and Build, be involved with the new show features for 2017 including the Live Green Data Centre. The custom built data centre returns to London for the second time and will be situated on the show floor, housing products from over 30 suppliers in an interactive and real-world setting.


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