BRIEFINGEN IS ORGANIZED BY VERSION2 IN COLLABORATION WITH GLOBALCONNECT
Most companies have moved data to the cloud, and the foundation for the many cloud solutions is a comprehensive infrastructure of data centers. But the requirements for modern data centers are changing fundamentally these years.
At this briefing, Luke Davies will tell how Denmark's largest data center provider, GlobalConnect, is working to meet the new needs through massive investments in both facilities, services, and green solutions.
GlobalConnect is the leading provider of fiber-based data communications and data centers in Northern Europe. With more than 30,000 m2 of secure data centers and 100,000 km of fiber networks throughout the Nordic region, GlobalConnect can put together the solution to fits your needs and budget. From fiber to cloud.
DURING THE WEBINAR WE WILL COVER:
- New customers - new requirements. As a data center customer, you need to ensure that your suppliers can manage the latest requirements for security, technical solutions and sustainability. Luke Davies will guide you to the key points to be aware of.
- The sustainable data center. Your choice of data center can help meet your green ambitions. New green data center solutions are developed constantly. We will take a look at some of the options – optimized cooling options (e.g. submerged cooling), data center monitoring and recycling of surplus heat.
- Local data centers for global needs. Massive investments are being made in data centers throughout the Nordic region. But what’s in it for you as a company? Learn about the development of the data center market in the Nordic region, and how GlobalConnect works to ensure proximity to customers with the right solutions in one combined setup.
This webinar is relevant if you are working with digital infrastructure, data centers and network in your daily work.
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The event is organized and produced by Ingeniørens communications agency Tech Relations.