The UK’s leading technical experts in Standby Power, Uninterruptible Power Supplies and Combined Heat and Power, shentongroup, is set to meet scores of professionals seeking information on continuous power solutions at this year’s Data Centre World at London’s Excel Tuesday 12th and Wednesday 13th April 2016. With an impressive portfolio of data centre projects under its belt, the company provides specialist data centre case studies in advance of the event. Available through its website, these convey an insight into the approach, process and technical elements involved in providing data centre’s with reliable and competent continuous power solutions.
A regular at Data Centre World, shentongroup joins over 500 of the industry’s leading practitioners to provide close to 12,000 attendees with an understanding of how to secure their server rooms, tier 4 data centres, and anything in between, with continuous power. From Chief Information and Technology Officers to IT Directors, Data Centre Managers to Engineers, IT and Infrastructure Managers to Operations Directors; shentongroup experts will be on hand at stand A30 throughout the two days to answer any questions that these individuals might have relating to backup generators, uninterruptible power supplies, AMF panels and more.
shentongroup’s Sales and Marketing Director, Curtis Meek, highlights the resources available to industry experts prior to the event through the company’s information-rich website, www.shentongroup.co.uk: “As well as a number of whitepapers covering continuous power and disaster recovery, our array of case studies help professionals to understand exactly what goes into providing organisations, including data centres, with industry-leading continuous power solutions”.
The case study entitled “Generator Install Provides Standby Power System For Building Infrastructure and Data Centre” - http://www.shentongroup.co.uk/case-studies/finance/portswood-house/ - examines how shentongroup provided a large, Southampton-based insurance company with a 1250kVA Generator and 500kVA Uninterruptible Power Supply System, all supported by it’s Power Care support service. The case study highlights how shentongroup delivered the solution in a timely manner, overcoming a number of obstacles. These included; the necessity to operate quietly, thanks to being located close to working offices, and also the ability to operate without additional bulk fuel tanks, due to space limitations.
shentongroup’s Curtis Meek added: “This case study and many more are available through www.shentongroup.co.uk right now and for those wishing to book space to speak to shentongroup’s team at Data Centre World, then please get in touch before hand to avoid disappointment. All contact methods can be seen on our website”.
More information on how to find shentongroup at this year’s Data Centre World can be found at http://www.datacentreworld.com/exhibitors/shentongroup.
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