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Munters sponsors RAC’s Data Centre Cooling Question Time – 12 April

Data centre cooling specialist Munters sponsor’s RAC’s ground-breaking Data Centre Cooling Question Time.

Cooling technology and efficiency is becoming ever more important as data centre numbers continue to expand, and RAC magazine aims to address the big issues on the subject, at its first ‘Data Centre Cooling Question Time’ (see advert attached).

Sponsored by cooling specialist Munters, the event, hosted by RAC editor Andrew Gaved, will see a panel of hand-picked guest speakers debating the issues impacting and influencing the shape of the data centre cooling industry.

The panel will included leading data centre managers, end users, IT specialists and industry experts, discussing the factors that impact their choices when looking at the options for ensuring efficient and reliable data centre cooling techniques.

  • What principles do we need to apply as cooling suppliers and what do the end-users feel is missing?
  • What is the most important consideration for the end user; energy, security, carbon or cost?
  • Evaporative cooling versus mechanical.
  • Are solutions too complicated at present?

The event will be held at the CBI Conference Centre, 103 New Oxford Street, London WC1A 1DU – 12 April, 9am-2pm.

Please contact Alex Frayne to request a delegate place; alex.frayne@EMAP.com, call 020 3033 2904.

Contact Andrew Shields; andrew.shields@EMAP.com or call 020 3033 2909 to discuss sponsorship of this event.

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