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  • The DCA is now delighted to announce a new media partnership with Lynchpin Media and the launch of Intelligent Data Centres Magazine.

  • AVTECH’s Room Alert monitoring platform recognized as a leading network security platform and best practices provider to help businesses prevent costly downtime.

  • IT and DC professionals gain significant advantage from adding fail-safe power to existing single power IT devices (switches etc) and to the complete rack IT equipment using a fully customisable PDU solution

  • Andel Launch New Leak Detection Control Panel

    07 Mar 2019 Katy Pollard of Listening Pig

    Britain’s largest manufacturer of specialist in-building water, oil and gas leak detection systems, Andel, is set to launch the latest addition to its Floodline leak detection system - a new hybrid environmental monitoring control panel – at Data Centre World (12-13 March, ExCel London).

    Andel’s team will launch Floodline 128 mk 2 panel, a multi-functional and customisable water, oil, multi-gas leak detection and environmental monitoring panel which comes packed with updated technology, enhanced installer and end-user functionality and a single connection to the BMS.

    The team will also be on hand to talk to visitors about how its unique Floodline leak detection services can allow early action to prevent damage, reduce disruption and limit loss in data centres. It will also showcase its specialist fuel oil storage and care services.

    Andel offers a unique combination of water, oil and gas leak detection systems, all managed via a single control panel. Crucially, for data centres, Floodline monitors concealed pipework for both water and refrigerant gas leaks from air conditioning systems as well as monitoring for humidity and temperature spikes – vital for server rooms. Andel also ensures that the fuel used to power standby generators is not leaking, is in good condition and is stored correctly within the requirements of the Oil Storage Regulations.

     

    Commercial Director, Mark Harris, said: “Data centres face a number of leak risks which would spell disaster if not detected. We are the only service provider offering both a leak detection service and fuel oil care services, all accessible via one control panel. We look forward to meeting visitors at Data Centre World to talk about their infrastructure management needs.”

     

    Based in Yorkshire but with nationwide and international coverage, Andel has more than 25 years’ experience. 

  • Come and meet your Trade Association The DCA at Data Centre World 2019 and find out more about how we support the industry and our members.

    Meet us at stand D156 or contact us on 0845 873 4587 / info@datacentrealliance.org

     

  • Multi-DENCO F version

    06 Mar 2019 Nick Onyett

    Multi-DENCO F version incorporates an extremely energy efficient free cooling feature! to achieve an annualised pPUE of only 1.1, and we even fit energy monitoring to prove it!

     

  • The History of Olson Electronics Ltd

    06 Mar 2019 Marissa Maxwell

    In 1961 Olson Electronics Limited was founded and has remained a family run enterprise ever since. Originally producing components for radios, Olson quickly moved towards manufacturing instrument cases for the communications industry.

     

    In 1971Olson’s first PDU was designed for their own use at an exhibition. This innovation received orders due to its high build quality and saw the launch of standard UK 13 Amp power distribution units. Production expanded and new premises were found in Shoreditch, East London.

     

     

    In 1986 following market growth, Olson’s main focus became manufacturing power distribution units, which prompted another move to larger premises in Tottenham, North London. The communications industry was evolving and the 19” rack range for data cabinets was developed.

     

     

    In 1990 with the success and popularity of their 13A ranges, Olson launched a new international range to meet demand outside of the UK. Exports of both standard and rack mounting options soon increased Olson’s turnover.

     

     

    In 1998 Olson saw the move to the new head office in Stanmore where they are still based. This gave improved manufacturing facilities, (incorporating R&D) as well as sales and marketing alongside manufacturing. This allowed Olson to grow their bespoke service and shorten response times for design and manufacture.

     

     

    In 2001 came the launch of the data centre range, incorporating cable management to 19” rack mounting PDUs for the very first time. This quickly grew in popularity within the industry and the range has continued to expand.  A patent was applied for ‘sequential start’ which was then approved in 2006. This allows multi-power installations to have fast and secure start-up sequences, avoiding potentially damaging surges.

     

     

    In 2017 Olson exhibited for the first time at CEF Live which was a great experience and it helped to spread the knowledge of the Olson brand throughout the Wholesale industry. Olson also launched The Retractor shortly after the show following a lot of customer request which was a huge success and still is to this day. Olson also managed to exhibit at Data Centre World for the very first time early 2018 which proved very beneficial for letting the market know they were providing high-quality Power Distribution units to Data Centres.

     

    In 2019 Olson moved into Intelligence for the first time and designed their first range of smart PDU’s. Today Olson offer over 30 different standard catalogue product ranges catering for all types of applications. Despite their vast range of products, options and specifications are never-ending, the bespoke market growing is integral to the business and the relationship with their customers.

     

  • The DCA’s role varies from event to event however, for Data Centre World London, we have provided consultancy and advice for many aspects of the show, these include the concept and content for the 6th Generation Data Centre exhibit, supporting STEM Learning with a student’s STEM Tour, advising on content for the conference programme along with recommendations for speakers and moderators.

  • No1 Data Centre Campus Norway

    06 Mar 2019 Nick Onyett

    Data Centre N01 Campus, Norway needed an energy efficient
    adiabatic cooling solution with low ambient conditions, water
    savings and specially designed for high snow loads and very low
    ambient conditions.

  • As one of the customising options, Daxten offers the integration of a wire-free power monitoring module directly into the PDU. This enables data centre professionals to measure and control energy parameters like Volts, Amps, kW, kWh, kVA, phase angle and total current for any cabinet and to balance out the loads and power density perfectly.

  • Introducing Airewall™

    04 Mar 2019 Nicola Ware

    Leading data centre cooling solutions provider Airedale International Air Conditioning will unveil their new fan wall solution, Airewall™, next week at the Data Centre World Exhibition in London.

    Airedale’s latest product in their IT cooling portfolio is a precision Computer Room Air Handling (CRAH) unit developed specifically for low energy, high density data centre applications.  It removes the need for both pressurised raised floor systems and overhead cooling systems, and with several options available ranging from 170-400kW cooling power, gives more flexibility and scalability to data centre operators.

  • Chatsworth Products (CPI) invites you to join us at Data Centre World in London from Mar. 12 - 13, where you can experience a new approach to simplifying your operation and protecting your network.

    When you stop by Stand D329, you'll witness CPI's complete Cabinet Ecosystem solution, which integrates cabinet, power distribution, access control, software and provides a lens into your entire data center. This cabinet-centric approach provides the foundation for simplified, reliable and efficient operation. In addition, you'll experience products that can help you extend your IT network to the edge and protect your sensitive equipment—even in harsh environments.

  • E3METER® Monitoring Software

    Electrical power consumption in an average data center represents more than 50% of the running costs. The E3METER® Monitoring Software visualizes where all the power is going and helps customers to identify hotspots, balance their electrical feeds and control overall costs. Alarm thresholds are easily set, and when exceeded, an alert is sent by email and/or SNMP trap. Metering points can be combined into groups which makes energy monitoring and billing to end customers or departments very easy.

    The intuitive user interface runs on all popular web-browsers (desktop or tablet).

  • Joining 2bm on stand D910 will be DIRAK GmbH. DIRAK are developers of mechatronic locking solutions for controlled access and organised security in data and co-location centres, telecomms, industrial and healthcare. As well as providing the best solutions, we also look to inspire our clients and, in doing so, reinforce our reputation as the turn-to company for expertise, innovation, care and value. 

     

  • Southwest Microwave has expanded its suite of intelligent microwave sensor technologies with the introduction of the IP-based INTREPID™ Model 316-POE (CE) Long Range Digital Microwave Links. These all-weather, Power over Ethernet (POE) sensors makes reliable perimeter security more accessible than ever, coupling field-proven RF detection performance with secure network connectivity.   

    With a range of 122 m, the POE sensors are ideal for the protection of fence lines, open areas, gates, entryways, walls or rooftops. The sensors employ advanced digital signal processing (DSP) algorithms to optimize discrimination between intrusion attempts and environmental disturbances, mitigating risk of site compromise while preventing nuisance alarms. The system recognizes unique profiles of intruders walking, running or jumping through the detection field, offers enhanced crawl and vehicle detection, and optimizes performance in narrow corridors.

  • Traka is exhibiting at Data Centre World on 12-13 March at ExCeL London to launch an exclusive product solution, designed to ensure the highest level security of data assets.

  • ServerLIFT solutions simplify installation and make it possible for IT personnel to easily transport heavy IT equipment within the data centre.

  • UPSL’s name change is designed to ensure the company’s name reflects the true breadth of the business’ current offer, which now extends to UPS systems, generators, emergency lighting inverters, and cl ...
  • CENTIEL to Demonstrate Li-ion Battery Solution at DCW

    Leading UPS manufacturer, CENTIEL UK Ltd has announced it will demonstrate its new Li-ion battery solution for the first time at Data Centre World, on booth D1035. In addition, CENTIEL will show its 4th generation, industry leading, three-phase, true modular UPS system: CumulusPower plus the extensions to its range of stand-alone UPS: PremiumTower, ideally suited to applications where minimizing total cost of ownership is a significant factor.

    Mike Elms, managing director CENTIEL UK confirms: “Li-ion has been a ‘hot topic’ for some time now and has been adopted as the norm in other sectors such as electronics and automotive. The UPS industry is now taking notice and starting to see how datacentres can take advantage of its many benefits.

    “CENTIEL’s CumulusPower – known for its “9 nines” (99.9999999%) system availability and low total cost of ownership – works with both VRLA and Li-ion so we will demonstrate both battery types within one frame at DCW,” explains Elms. “Although this configuration wouldn’t mix in real-life, using half Li-ion and half VRLA cells will show one of the main advantages of Li-ion technology: that it offers 3-4 times greater power for the same space. As a result, our Li-ion solution is aimed at comms rooms with weight restrictions and or space limitations.

    “Because Li-ion works at a much higher temperature than VRLA blocks it can be also advantageous for those who don’t want to use expensive air conditioning to control the temperature in the comms room in order to reduce costs and their carbon foot print. Li-ion also has a longer life than VRLA batteries and much faster re-charge times. At DCW our experienced staff will be on-hand to discuss the pros and cons of both Li-ion and VRLA batteries in relation to various applications, including their suitability for the smallest 10kW N+1 systems, right through to the largest UPS.

    “In addition to our battery solutions we will be showing: CumulusPower our scalable and flexible true modular three-phase UPS system that combines class leading availability and efficiency that makes it perfect for use in small, medium and large datacenters,” continues

    Elms. “However, not every application requires a modular UPS and for these applications and so we will also demonstrate the latest additions to our PremiumTower range. It has the same Swiss build quality and innovative technology seen in CumulusPower but comes in a lower cost, stand-alone cabinet, ranging from 10kW – 120 kW.”

    Visit us at Data Centre World, 12th – 13th March on stand D1035.

  • A range of works and ModCel Containerised Data Centre delivered to bolster the IT infrastructure and supply chain of one of the nation’s best-known retailers

     

  • For an holistic approach to monitor, detect and identify leaks in the data centre, Daxten will show the RLE SeaHawk and WiNG monitoring solutions on their stand D701

  • TVR Instruments, a specialist technical distributor of low voltage instruments and power management products, will be exhibiting at the Data Centre World 2019 exhibition and conference at ExCeL London. TVR Instruments supplies and supports a range of components that can be used on either the AC or DC voltage supply in a data centre installation. Combining the ability to monitor the AC and DC voltage supplies of a power network in a facility allows additional scope and opportunity to add reliability and enhance resilience.

  • As data center environments become more complex, companies are continuing to invest in technologies to support the rapid growth of their information and communications technology networks. User requirements and solutions for rack power distribution are changing and intelligent PDUs are taking the front seat in investments. The question is: are these investments being used to their fullest potential?

    Join Chatsworth Products (CPI) during an expert presentation titled, "Make the Most of Your Intelligent PDU Investment" on Feb. 21, 2019 at 10 a.m. CST / 4 p.m. GMT. Matt Burkle, CPI's power engineer and solutions expert, will cover the benefits and functionality of intelligent PDUs and will describe important capabilities that can help you boost your return on investment (ROI) over the short and long term. 

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