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Everything you need to know about Data Centres at the DataCentres Ireland Conference

November 05
12:48 2015

data centres irelandIreland hosts nine of the top ten world leading IT companies. Companies such as Google, LinkedIn, Apple and Facebook have recently selected Ireland as their base for data centres.

Data centres are commonly run by large companies or government agencies. However, they are also increasingly used to provide a fast-growing cloud solution service for all types of companies and business applications.

Data is the brain of a company and data centres are where the most critical processes run.

Storing data costs but storing data badly costs more. Whatever the size of your organisation, how you store the ever growing amount of data is important to the success of your business and the amount you need to store is growing exponentially.

We are looking forward to learning more about data storage at the DataCentres Ireland conference on the 10th and 11th of November.

The conference, which is in its fourth year, gives attendees access to the latest in information, best practice, products, services and solutions.

The Conference provides an opportunity to hear the latest in ideas, best practice and case studies presented by leading industry experts and part in facilitated discussions. DataCentres Ireland addresses every aspect of planning, designing and operating datacentres, server rooms, storage facilities or solutions.

There will be 70 stimulating conference sessions covering all aspects of data centre infrastructure including: design, legislation, power, cooling, DCIM, training, cabling and security delivered by leading industry experts.

Speakers include:

Peter Gross- vice president- Mission Critical Systems, Bloom Energy;

Barry Rhodes- CEO-INex- chair/ facilitator for Strategy Stream;

Jerry Sweeney- MD- Cork Internet Exchange- panellist for Strategy Stream;

Robert Tozer- CEO- Operational Intelligence;

Doug Cunningham- CEO-Ireland-France Subsea Cable Limited.

Attending the DataCentres Ireland Conference or Exhibition is free and is your chance to meet the colleagues, suppliers, peers and solution providers who can help.

As an official media partner, we are really looking forward to the event and hope to see you there!

More info here. 

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