January 1, 2006
IXEurope sponsors major power and cooling summit for datacentre users
Following the unusually hot summer, IXEurope, one of Europe's largest and fastest growing independent datacentre operators with 14 datacentres in the UK, Germany, France and Switzerland, is proud to announce its involvement in the largest summit in Europe for power and cooling issues in datacentre environments.
The inaugural Power and Cooling for Data Centres Summit 2006 brings together datacentre players and leading experts to address these issues and share valuable intelligence and knowledge to support strategic power and cooling decisions.
Guy Willner, CEO of IXEurope commented:
“Of all challenges currently confronting datacentres, as they continue to achieve continued growth, those of power and cooling characterise the most concerning and perhaps the most difficult to resolve in the short term. As servers become more complex and power-hungry, some enterprise datacentres simply cannot provide sufficient power or cooling.”
“We look forward to sharing the ways in which the managed datacentre industry is helping its customers to improve power efficiency for the latest technologies, particularly in extreme conditions.”
Researched and produced by BroadGroup, the event is taking place on the 25 - 26 October at the London Paddington Hilton Hotel. Visit http://www.datacentres.com/pac/ for further information.
IXEurope is one of Europe's fastest growing providers of datacentre services. Its principal activities include primary datacentre services, connectivity services and business continuity solutions.
IXEurope works with enterprise and internet customers to provide resilient datacentre infrastructure to house their IT systems far more cost-effectively than through in-house provision. The benefits include optimised IT performance, improved systems availability and reduced corporate risk through improved regulatory compliance. By continually focusing on quality, IXEurope also gives clients exceptional service levels and on-site access to a high level of technical expertise.
With award winning datacentre facilities in key European cities, broad technology expertise and a proven track record, IXEurope provides solutions that give customers the confidence that their operations are protected. The Company has over 400 customers in the enterprise, internet and networking markets including Merrill Lynch, Google, Network Rail and France Telecom.
Founded in 1998, IXEurope was listed on the London Stock Exchange in April 2006.
For more information please visit the website at www.ixeurope.com
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