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Star sign up for Data Centre Cooling Question Time

Star Refrigeration has signed up for the forthcoming RAC Data Centre Cooling Question Time – 28th March

Experts from across the sector, including data centre designers, operators and technology specialists will be coming to London for RAC’s major debate on data centre cooling on the morning of March 28th.

Star Refrigeration’s Alan Walkinshaw, who will be attending the event, said: “We welcome the opportunity to contribute to the debate by sharing the knowledge we have gained in 30 years of design, manufacture, installation and maintenance of cooling solutions for data centre in the UK.

Star has researched, developed and patented refrigeration systems for data centres which deliver high efficiency, resilience and low environmental impact using synthetic and natural refrigerants.

Further opportunities exist for heat recovery to be exported to other users. We will be happy to discuss these and other issues at the QT event.”

The Question Time debate, held in collaboration with the Data Centre Alliance, is aimed at bringing the supply chain together to tackle the issues of current importance: including: mission critical cooling, latest design trends; the relevance of Ashrae standards; cooling technology advances; and operational considerations.

To register free for this important event, or for more information, please contact: andrew.shields@emap.com

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