New Data Centre Industry Networking Series Launched

 Data centre industry portal DATACENTRE.ME launches a new series of industry networking events.

These new network events are being “themed” so that the attendees and sponsors can be sure they will be meeting customers and suppliers of exactly the same interests as themselves.

 

Said Caroline Hitchins, owner and founder of DATACENTRE.ME, “there are already a number of good networking events in London for the datacentre sector however, many companies have been asking me – because of my vast array of contacts and relationships in the industry – to launch a series of themed events which will give smaller companies the opportunity to co-sponsor events that they might not normally be able to stage on their own.”

 

The first DATACENTRE.ME networking event – which is themed Data Centre Construction and Infrastructure – takes place in London this week and has already been massively oversubscribed.

 

Said Rob Giles, construction director of Norland Managed Services, one of the sponsors of this first event, “We are really excited by the opportunities from this initiative by Caroline and DATACENTRE.ME. Caroline’s own networking abilities are well-recognised in the data centre industry and her ability to put the right people in touch with each other to do business is second to none.

 

The first event is co-sponsored by some very well respected names in the industry Uptime Institute, Raritan Europe, Norland Managed Services, GEA Heat Exchangers, Constant Power Services and construction quantity surveyors Camber & Company.

 

“We forecast that, with the high level of over-subscriptions for this first event, not only is the series going to be successful it is going to rapidly become a ‘must attend’ event on the networking circuit.”

 

The next event is already being planned for January 2014 with the theme of DCIM – Data Centre Infrastructure Management. Said Caroline, “Several high profile sponsors have already signed up and the final few spaces will be strictly on a first come first served basis.”

 

People may register their interest in attending the January event by emailing caroline@datacentre.me or calling +44 (0) 7544 121900.