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Last week’s DataCentres Ireland event at the RDS Dublin was heralded as a great success
DataCentres Ireland, recently held at the RDS Dublin, was heralded as a success by exhibitors, visitors and speakers alike.
It had the largest visitor and total attendance in the 13-year history of the event, delivering just under 2,000 attendees, across November 16 and 17.
DataCentres Ireland provided a safe, secure, clean and structured environment, where people were able to network safely with colleagues.
DataCentres Ireland enabled all attendees to see the latest in products, services, technology and equipment and listen to industry leaders and experts discussing the latest issues, approaches and ideas affecting data centres and critical environments.
“Good people, good vibe, good show,” said Mark Acton, independent data centre consultant.
Most of the presentations and panel discussions (if not all) were linked to: how data centres can continue to improve their efficiency; standby generation, grid flexibility and reducing their carbon footprint.
The conference programme featured over 80 international and local experts and industry leaders, addressing a range of issues from data centre development, regionalisation through to training and staff retention as well as decarbonisation and energy reduction and heat re-use.
Make it a date for 2023
The DataCentres Ireland team doesn’t intend to rest on their laurels. Work is already underway to make next year’s exhibition which will be held on November 15 and 16, bigger and better again.
Those interested in finding out how they can become involved in the event, should contact the DataCentres Ireland team. Call Hugh Robinson on +44 (0) 1892 779992, or visit datacentres-Ireland.com.