Manchester, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 20, 2013 -- Data centre and server room solutions provider, Datacentre UK will again be exhibiting at the largest dedicated data centre show in the UK aimed at anyone who has an interest or responsibility in managing and securing their business's data in this ever-increasingly technologically-led world.
Taking place next Wednesday and Thursday, February 27 and 28, in London, Datacentre UK's stand, number E50, will showcase the Data Centre UK flagship DCIM product, Struxureware for Datacentres, the most comprehensive product of its kind dedicated to all aspects of data centre infrastructure management, which has been proven successful in a variety of applications of all sizes of business including local government, NHS, and education.
The huge Excel arena in London's Docklands is to host this massive annual expo after demand for exhibiting space and interest from members of the public wanting to attend saw it outgrow its previous venue. "As a growing and ambitious company involved delivering efficient solutions and in the fast-evolving world of helping businesses manage their data centre infrastructures, our reputation is founded around the integrity and security of our products, and their proven ability to help businesses save energy and reduce their operating costs," said Paul Almond, Technical Director from Datacentre UK.
"We believe our Struxureware for Datacentres solution offers a complete, yet modular solution to companies' which meets their infrastructure management needs and for those customers with existing management solutions, we are working closely with Schneider Electric to enable existing data and room layouts can be transferred to minimise the work required to migrate. We are looking forward to showing its full capabilities to everyone attending the show and answering any burning questions for those attending have about their data centre or server room", Paul added.
Considered an essential event for anyone involved in ensuring the security and smooth running of their company's data centres, the event will feature 65 free-to-attend seminars and information sessions spread across five theatres.
The show will be open on Wednesday February 27 from 9.30an to 5pm, and Thursday February 28 between 9.30am and 4pm, more information and free registration information can be found at Datacentreworld.com