Nexans specialists and industry experts will present on current issues affecting data centres including the increasing demand for data traffic, the need for greater energy efficiency and the environmental impact of computing. The conference will include an exhibition and will be concluded with a panel discussion.
Oene-Wim Stallinga, marketing director at Nexans Cabling Solutions, said, ‘We are on the verge of a new generation of data centres. Both IT and data centre managers are under pressure to deal with more data at lower cost. They must also consider the environmental impact of power intensive data centres. The conference is a great opportunity for consultants, engineers and facility managers to get an inside view of the newest developments in data centres, such as superconductivity.
‘The conference is essential for everyone who wants to know about the latest developments in data networks, energy savings and efficiencies in data centres.’
The conference will be held at the Musée des arts et metiers in Paris, France.
Registration is open to professionals involved in designing data centres. As the number of seats is limited, prior online registration is necessary.
Registration for the conference is available at: http://lansystems.nexans.com/20141201DCCONF_INVITLP