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Ten years and still the brightest event in the data centre calendar „ Source products and solutions from over 500 of the world’s leading suppliers to the data centre industry. „ Increase your knowledge and enhance your skills with thousands of hours of free-toattend content provided by over 600 international speakers. „ Network and build contacts with over 20,000 industry professionals.

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21-22 March 2018 ExCeL, London CO-LOCATED WITH

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GOLD SPONSORS:

THEATRE SPONSORS:

THE POWER People

RIELLO ELETTRONICA

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CELEBRATE WITH US, THE WORLD’S BIGGEST DATA CENTRE GATHERING. It’s been ten years. Ten years of dominance. Ten years of growth. Ten years of being at the forefront of the data centre industry. After a whole ground-breaking decade of success, welcome to Data Centre World 2018. It’s the only place to remain one step ahead. The only place to make sure your business knows everything there is to know. And the only place you’ll experience the latest, best and most relevant data centre industry thinking. From powering and energy to security and fire prevention; from routing and switching to the fastemerging issues of robotic automation – it’s all here and it’s all now. The finest minds contributing the most up-to-the-second wisdom, in one location, over two unmissable days. And all whilst celebrating a decade of data centre excellence!

THE MOST SWITCHED-ON EVENT AROUND Data Centre World 2018 is aglow with everything you need. It’s quite simply the industry-leading event for data centre technology. It’s where you’ll draw from the latest thinking, all the leading suppliers and pioneers and mingle with all the people who matter. There will be over 500 exhibitors, offering you the services and solutions you’re looking for. There will be thousands of hours of free content from over 600 industry-leading practitioners. And there will be thousands of your peers, offering a first-class networking and sharing opportunity.

TEN YEARS, BUT STILL GROWING Reaching double figures hasn’t led to any laurelresting. Data Centre World 2018 is still innovating. Still growing. And still surprising. This year will feature a Data Centres of the Future Theatre, a Data Centre Design & Build and Physical Security Theatre, an Energy Efficient Cost Management & DCIM Theatre, and a Facilities & Critical Equipment Theatre. Plus, a VIP lounge, Schneider Bar, our pioneering Green Data Centre and a drinks reception (where we can all raise a glass to the next ten years of ideas and inspiration!).

WHAT’S NEW? 1

New event features – A new & improved Live Green Data Centre

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New panel debates - including Visions of the future for data centres, The role of the edge, Machines Vs Humans & Reducing downtime

3 New content streams – including GDPR, AI, Unicorn, Blockchain, Edge Computing, Diversity & Talent and many more!

4 10 years of Data Centre World – watch out for our special celebrations onsite

CO-LOCATED WITH:

The data centre space has changed enormously over the past ten years, from the rise of colocation to the dominance of cloud computing. Data Centre World has tracked those changes all the way, and over the last decade has grown to become the industry’s number one event. Alice MacGregor, Editor, The Stack

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EXPLORE THE LIVE GREEN DATA CENTRE, ONLY AT DATA CENTRE WORLD. LIGHTING THE WAY FOR GREEN ENERGY. The Live Green Data Centre is back and plans are well underway to ensure the feature is better than ever! From cooling units and fans, to cables and perimeter fencing, visitors discover the latest data centre components in a real life situation. Sponsors include: Cellwatch, Excool, Riello UPS, Starline, TTK, Stanley Security, OPS, Dunwoody, Socomec and more! Physical Security by Stanley Security

Battery Rack by Riello UPS

Cooling Unit by Excool

Energy Storage by Socomec

Cold Aisle containment racks

Switchgear by Socomec

Design by Dunwoody

Power generator by Optimum Power Supplies

RIELLO ELETTRONICA

LIVE GREEN DATA CENTRE SPONSORS

VISIT THE LIVE GREEN DATA CENTRE AND ENTER A PRIZE DRAW TO WIN A

“DINNER IN THE SKY”

(You will be invited to a once-in-a-lifetime gastronomic dinner experience. A breathtaking event held in an open air restaurant suspended above London’s South Bank, featuring celebrated chefs and exciting menus.) The 2017 prize draw winner MARTIN FRAZER, DATA CENTRE & PROBLEM MANAGER, IT SERVICES, UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN was delighted to win the prize of £2,500 in cash after visiting the Live Green Data Centre.

A few words from our 2017 winner: “It was a great opportunity for networking with contacts, who would rarely be seen in NorthEast Scotland. My main purpose for visiting the show was to listen to the many talks that are held throughout the two days.

“I’m absolutely delighted to win the prize, we will donate a prize to the annual charity ball from monies received from the prize.”

“The show has certainly got bigger every year, and because of that it is more relevant to our industry.” Leo Craig, General Manager, Riello UPS

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LIGHTING THE WAY WITH OVER 500 DATA PLATINUM SPONSORS

RIELLO ELETTRONICA

THEATRE SPONSORS

NETWORKING DRINKS SPONSOR

VIP SPONSOR

RIELLO ELETTRONICA

REGISTRATION SPONSOR

GLOBAL PARTNER SPONSORS

GOLD SPONSORS

THE POWER People

SILVER SPONSORS

RIELLO ELETTRONICA

LIVE GREEN DATA CENTRE SPONSOR

GLOBAL RESEARCH PARTNER

EDUCATION PARTNER

GLOBAL EVENT PARTNER

ANALYST PARTNER

GLOBAL ONLINE CONTENT PARTNER

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FACILITIES AND CRITICAL EQUIPMENT THEATRE RIELLO ELETTRONICA

DATA CENTRES OF THE FUTURE THEATRE Sponsored by:

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As business needs change and capacity requirements increase, how will you adapt your data centre to manage an ever changing, expansive landscape? The DCW keynote theatre contains answers to a multitude of challenges that will allow you to plan and manage your data centre of the future. The largest data centre operators on the planet will be providing key content and case study presentations, you need to be there, your future depends on it!

Discover the most up to date technical information on the most innovative products available in the market. Improve efficiency through tackling the biggest challenges your data centre faces today and of course in the future. Presented as case studies to effectively demonstrate how these innovations have made significant and positive changes to data centres in the UK and beyond.

CONFERENCE SESSIONS

CONFERENCE SESSIONS Fire Suppression Options for Data Centre protection

Session delivered by Schneider Electric

Dr Sarah Colwell, Director, Fire Suppression, BRE Global

Grids with variable renewables need your power – Earn money with your UPS

The Modular UPS and Lithium-Ion Battery Combo – Raising the bar for Datacentre Critical Power

Janne Paananen, Technology Manager, Critical Power Solutions, Eaton EMEA

John Kreyling, Kreyling, UK Hardware Manager, Uninterruptible Power Supplies

European’s Parliament approach to Power & Energy efficiency in DCs & paradigms

How a manufacturer can support you in the design process of a data centre

2017 Data Center Industry Trends

Cooling for Modular to Hyper scale Data Centres

Niek van der Pas, Lead Data Center Expert, Minkels – A brand of Legrand

Dimitrios Paspaltzis, Facilities Management Coordinator, European Parliament

Phil Collerton, Chief Revenue Officer, Uptime Institute

Jon Pettitt, VP Sales, Data Centre Cooling Solutions EMEIA, Munters

Why Data Centres Need Real-Time Management Systems

The Value of Energy Supply to the Grid: the possible drivers for Data Centres – Making money or client constraints?

Graeme Logie, Operations Director, DataVita Limited | Jason Kaye, EMEA General Manager, RF Code | Trey Evans, Executive Director, Customer Solutions, RF Code

Russell Bulley, Technical Support Manager EMEA, Vertiv

Switchgear Design and enabling site power

Data Centres and GDPR: How do you know if you are a data processor?

Mark Waters,, UK Support Manager, Critical Power Supplies Ltd

Emma Fryer, Associate Director, techUK

UK Public Sector Data Centres of the Future, starting now! Jason Liggins Liggins, CIO, Crown Hosting Data Centres Ltd

The Modular UPS Advantage THE POWER People

Generators for Business Continuity

Mark Porter, CPD Presenter, Technical Support Team, Shentongroup

The Infrastructure Masons; Diversity and Talent in the Data Center

Simon Allen, Executive Director, Infrastructure Masons Inc.

Session delivered by

Datacentre Air Handlers - ‘How to maximise energy savings with a Datacentre AHU?’

Using Pervasive IoT Sensor Networks to Improve Data Centre Business Processes

Use your Standby Gensets for peak shaving and capacity markets to reduce costs and the environmental impact of Data Centres

Ton Fens MBA, Sales Director - Air Handlers, STULZ GmbH

Mozan Totani, Director, Head of Data Center Development and Delivery, Oath

Jason Kaye, EMEA General Manager, RF Code | Peter Vancorenland, Chief Technology Officer, RF Code

BUILD AND DESIGN

Andrew Skelton,, Technical Applications Manager, AVK|SEG (UK) Ltd

DATA CENTRE OF THE FUTURE

DIVERSITY & TALENT

Johannes Demharter, Senior Manager, Data Center Electrical Engineering, MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH

GDPR

POWER

“Our diverse set of product areas represent the broad impact that data centres have. Whether physical security, design & build, edge computing, power & energy efficiency, robotic automation, data centre routing or switching and fire prevention & detection, you’ll find the solution that fits!.” Rabinder Aulakh, Event Director

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ENERGY EFFICIENCY, COST MANAGEMENT & DCIM THEATRE

DATA CENTRE DESIGN AND BUILD & PHYSICAL SECURITY THEATRE

Sponsored by:

Sponsored by:

All the latest developments in tools, product solutions and services to help you maximise energy efficiency and reduce costs.

Learn more about the latest techniques for building and designing the modern data centre. Hear from industry experts on real life practical case studies and projects as to why it’s so crucial to design and build an efficient, effective and operational cost-controlling data centre. Panel debates will identify the risks to avoid as well as making sure you have a refined strategy in place from day one.

Power and energy are key factors for the UK market. Regardless of what industry you work in power is a crucial part of our daily lives and without this we are lost. From our health right through to our finances, it’s all controlled by power.

CONFERENCE SESSIONS

CONFERENCE SESSIONS

Session delivered by Vertiv

Evaporative cooling certification: a guarantee of performance for data centre cooling units

Simon Brady, Head of Data Centre Optimisation, Vertiv

Quentin Liebens,, Project Development Manager, Eurovent Certita Certification

EDGE Data Centre Evolution

Aaron Hall, Advanced Technology Solutions Manager, Anixter

Research and Development of Cooling and Energy Efficiency

Jon Summers, Scientific Leader in Data Centres, Research Institutes of Sweden

Session delivered by

Data Centres Regional Operations Manager, HMG

How close to the perfect UPS is 4th generation modular UPS technology?

Data Center Management & Operations Best Practice, Workshop delivered by Uptime Institute

Michael Brooks, Managing Director, Centiel Ltd

Data Centre Energy Use: the Answer to Life, The Universe and Everything Emma Fryer, Associate Director, techUK

David Sandars, Sales Director, EMEA, Uptime Institute

The future of Data Centre Power Monitoring: Introducing the first customizable technology solution

Industrialising the rollout of data centres to secure fastest deployment and highest performance

The Fantastic Four: Design considerations to enable scalability, flexibility and simplified management in the data centre

Session delivered by Anixter

Jos Baart, Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Flexenclosure

Alex Metcalfe, Manager, Power Control & Safety/ Energy Efficiency, Socomec U.K. Limited

Why Data Centres Need Real-Time Management Systems

Alberto Zucchinali, Senior Technical Manager EMEA, DC Solutions, The Siemon Company

Jason Kaye, EMEA General Manager, RF Code | Trey Evans, Executive Director, Customer Solutions, RF Code | Graeme Logie, Operations Director, DataVita Limited

Independence – Complete power solutions for your Data Centre with Combined heat and power & Trigeneration

SABRE: Security Risk Management Certification

Tobias Bertler, Manager Data Centre Power Solutions, MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH

Gavin Windsor Jones, Director, SABRE

Session delivered by

Session delivered by Uptime + LinkedIn

Rabih Bashroush, Project Coordinator, EURECA Project

Ali Moinuddin, Managing Director, Europe, Uptime Institute

Session delivered by

Peter Hopton, Dissemination Lead, EuroEXA

How Workforce Shifts and Machine Knowledge are Changing the Data Center

John Curran, Vice President of Product Marketing, Management Systems, Vertiv

Session delivered by LU-VE SPA

Stefano Filippini, Technical Director, LU-VE Group

From 15kW to 15MW, efficient modular cooling using fresh air Alan Beresford, Managing Director, EcoCooling

BUILD AND DESIGN

EDGE COMPUTING

PHYSICAL SECURITY

POWER

ROBOTICS AUTOMATION

“With 600 world-class speakers, the most comprehensive supplier exhibition in the industry, streams on topics as varied as GDPR, diversity, and artificial intelligence, four unique theatres and the one-of-a-kind Live Green Data Centre feature, the two days in March promise to be the one place to find everything and everyone in the data centre.” Alice MacGregor, Editor, The Stack

VIEW THE FULL CONFERENCE PROGRAMME HERE: WWW.DATACENTREWORLD.COM


NEW PANELS FOR 2018 Bringing diversity to the data centres of the future: How to inspire the next generation As Europe’s largest data centre market, with predictions forecasting its continued growth, the UK data centre industry is coming up against one of the tech sector’s key challenges – a severe skills shortage. Our panel experts will discuss how the industry can build a mature talent pool which respects diversity and promotes inclusion. Data Centres of The Future Theatre | 22 Mar 2018 | 12:30 13:00 | Speakers: Dr. Terri Simpkin, Higher & Further Education Principal, CNet Training | Data Centre Operations Manager, HMG

Machines vs. Humans: Collaboration or confrontation? Data Centres of The Future Theatre | 21 Mar 2018 | 12:40 13:10 | Speakers: Dr. Terri Simpkin, Higher & Further Education Principal, CNet Training | Data Centre SDA, HMG

Visions of the future… what will data centres look like by 2028

Looking at today’s ever-changing technology landscape it is a safe bet that the data centre of the future will be a very different proposition. Spurred by increasing demand for digital services and emerging technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), our panel of experts will discuss how the data centre will have to evolve to keep up to speed with innovation and the cloud-native end user. Data Centres of The Future Theatre | 22 Mar 2018 | 15:05 15:35 | Speakers: Mozan Totani, Director, Head of Data Center Development and Delivery, Oath Gautham Gnanajothi, Principal, Energy & Environment, Frost & Sullivan

Taking your data centre into the future: the role of the edge.

Moderated by

Facilities and Critical Equipment Theatre | 21 Mar 2018 | 12:45 13:10

Defending your data centre: A matter of life or death

This interactive panel will address security in the data centre, from a physical, network and software perspective, and highlight the criticality of effective protection and detection to ensure uptime should your facility come under attack from natural sources or otherwise. The discussion will also reference new innovations being applied in the sector to help combat security threats. Data Centre Design and Build & Physical Security Theatre | 21 Mar 2018 | 12:45 13:15

Predictive maintenance: Reducing downtime

Failure in the data centre can be a hugely disruptive and costly problem. New technologies such as sensors, big data and machine learning now promise to offer insight to help better foresee faults and reduce downtime. Hear from our panelists on how a proactive approach to maintenance can deliver long-term efficiencies, and advise on how to overcome the challenges associated with implementation. Facilities and Critical Equipment Theatre | 22 Mar 2018 | 13:15 13:45

PRIZE DRAW AT DATA CENTRE WORLD £500 CASH PRIZE FOR A TEAM EXPERIENCE OF YOUR CHOICE

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“The event has matured into a really compelling event that draws the wider industry together with relevant conference programmes now linking the different elements thematically.” Emma Fryer, Associate Director, techUK

Having started in 2008 with just 30 exhibitors, Data Centre World’s stature has grown with the industry that it serves. By 2014, just under 10,000 data centre professionals attended the event. In 2017, that had doubled to 19,926. Of that number, 95% said they would come again next year. Alice MacGregor, Editor, The Stack

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DCW COVERS ALL THE TOP TOPICS...

NEW 2018 AI & MACHINE LEARNING STREAM

GDPR STREAM

Businesses are becoming more and more curious about the application and benefits of machine learning and artificial intelligence in enterprise – and so they should be! Whether using NLP, Computer vision or a range of AI techniques, here you can discover how you can find new trends and patterns from large and diverse data sets which can allow you to innovate, improve customer experience and automate business processes.

With the GDPR deadline fast approaching, the regulation will provide unique challenges and opportunities to organisations using cloud services. Come and learn how to be GDPR-ready in our dedicated stream.

DIVERSITY & TALENT STREAM

EDGE COMPUTING STREAM Discover how edge computing is streamlining the flow of traffic from IoT devices, providing real-time local data analysis and a whole data centre infrastructure to reduce latency.

Efforts to promote diversity and inclusion in the tech industry are increasing, but still we still have a long way to go. Hear from industry and government leaders talk about the most pressing matters. Recent reports also suggest that 83% of enterprise workloads will be in the Cloud by 2020, meaning the talent scarcity needs to be approached urgently. This stream will investigate how we can bridge this talent gap.

EVERY EMERGING TECHNOLOGY, ONE DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION JOURNEY. ALL YOUR TECHNOLOGY QUESTIONS ANSWERED WITH ONE TICKET

8 CLOUD HIGHLIGHTS 1

THE ADVANCEMENT OF BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY: FROM CONCEPT TO IMPLEMENTATION

René Bostic, Technical Vice President of Innovation and New Technologies, IBM Cloud

2

UTILIZING CLOUD MOBILITY IN 2018 AND BEYOND

Michael Wheeler-Wyatt, Head of Chrome and Android Enterprise EMEA, Google

3

SD-WAN IS THE CLOUDIFICATION OF NETWORKING

Mark Lewis, EVP, Products & Development, Interoute

4

DEFINING NEW POSSIBILITIES: CLOUD SERVICES BUILT ON INTEL

Das Kamhout, Sr. Principle Engineer & Global Director, CSP Solution architecture, Intel® Data Center Group, Intel Corporation

5

CLOUD BETWEEN OLD AND NEW: THE ROLE OF AUTOMATION IN CLOUD MIGRATION AND ADOPTION OF NEW TECHNOLOGY

Alberta Bosco, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Puppet

6

MANAGING UK IMMIGRATION FOR A GLOBAL WORKFORCE IN THE WAKE OF BREXIT AND SKILLS SHORTAGES

Naomi Hanrahan-Soar, Vice Chair Skills, Talent and Migration Group, techUK

7

PANEL: GDPR: SAFE BET OR TROUBLE AHEAD?

Hazel Freeman, GDPR IT Security Consultant, Post Office

8

THE CYBER CRYSTAL BALL

Rik Ferguson, Vice President Security Research, Trend Micro

“Data Centre World has grown from its relatively humble beginnings at the Barbican into the major data centre exhibition and conference in the UK. The significant growth and development of DCW has mirrored the growth in importance of the data centre industry as the bedrock on which IT operates.” Phil Alsop, IT Division Editor, Angel Business Communications

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JOIN US AT DATA CENTRE WORLD:

THE ONLY PLACE TO BE TRULY ENLIGHTENED WHEN IT COMES TO THE KEY ISSUES FOR THE DATA CENTRE INDUSTRY.

„ Source products and solutions from over 500 of the

world’s leading suppliers to the data centre industry.

„ Increase your knowledge and enhance your skills

with thousands of hours of free-to-attend content provided by over 600 international speakers, including BRE, Ford Motor Company, EURECA Project & many more.

„ Light up your path to innovation – Power & Energy, Security, Fire Prevention, Data Centre Routing & Switching and Robotics Automation.

„ Come and meet the industry leaders and key

thinkers including Eaton, RF Code, Anixter, Schneider Electric, Dymo, Riello, CNet Training, Huber+Suhner, Munters, Starline, Stulz.

„ Network and build contacts with over 20,000 industry professionals.

Situated in London’s vibrant Docklands with direct links to the city centre and excellent access via both car and tube, ExCeL is Britain’s finest exhibition venue. Get here via: „ Public transport: Closest station is Custom House on DLR (Docklands Light Railway); three stops away from Jubilee line (London underground) „ Car: Parking available for 3,700 cars in addition to ExCeL’s convenient park and ride scheme

„ Plane: London City Airport is 5 minutes away by public transport „ Opening times: 9.30am-5.00pm on both days (Wednesday 21st and Thursday 22nd March 2018)

VISIT THE LIVE GREEN DATA CENTRE AND ENTER A PRIZE DRAW TO WIN A

“DINNER IN THE SKY”

(You will be invited to a once-in-a-lifetime gastronomic dinner experience. A breathtaking event held in an open air restaurant suspended above London’s South Bank, featuring celebrated chefs and exciting menus.)

THINK YOU SHOULD BE A VIP? OUR VIP BENEFITS INCLUDE: „ Fast track access to Data Centre World „ Complimentary premium refreshments „ Access to exclusive VIP lounge, where you can network with thousands of your peers from across the technology ecosystem „ Reserved front row seating in the conference theatres and seminars „ Networking drinks after the first day to catch up with your peers and meet other VIPs

If you think you should be a VIP, call our VIP Delegate manager: Chelsea Chandler, 0207 013 4997, Email: c.chandler@closerstillmedia.com

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21-22 March 2018 ExCeL, London CO-LOCATED WITH

Data Centre World 2018  

Ten years and still the brightest event in the data centre calendar. TEN YEARS, AND STILL GROWING Reaching double figures hasn’t led to any...

Data Centre World 2018  

Ten years and still the brightest event in the data centre calendar. TEN YEARS, AND STILL GROWING Reaching double figures hasn’t led to any...

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