Amongst some 500 industry-leading suppliers demonstrating solutions for data centre clients, shentongroup‘s Stand A45 firmly reinforced the company’s reputation as being The UK’s Leading Technical Experts in Standby Power, Uninterruptible Power Supplies and Combined Heat and Power Systems.
Data Centre World draws together, not only best-in-industry suppliers, but attracts nearly 19,000 attendees comprising Data Centre Managers, IT Directors, Information and Technology Officers, IT Infrastructure Managers, Network Managers, Engineers and System and Security Officers.
Sports fans descended on Stand A45, to not only discuss projects, standby generators and uninterruptible power supplies, but also to collect their free shentongroup-branded football or rugby ball, causing somewhat of a spectacle at London’s ExCel. shentongroup extended their generosity and also distributed shentongroup torches, pens and biscuits.
shentongroup Sales and Marketing Director, Curtis Meek explained the importance of Data Centre World to his staff and company alike: “Now in our 35th successful year, shentongroup has emerged as a leader in delivering continuous power solutions to the data centre sector. Data Centre World puts us right at the heart of the industry, enabling data centre professionals to come and pick our brains, providing our team with the opportunity to convey our unrivalled technology and know-how”. Curtis added: “shentongroup team members met an array of potential new clients and we enjoyed discussing projects with some of our current clients too. The balls, torches, pens and biscuits really were the icing on the cake though”.
Having accrued an impressive number of data centre clients in recent years, for those not fortunate enough to have made it to Data Centre World 2017, www.shentongroup.co.uk provides a collection of case studies and whitepapers geared towards those contemplating the continuous power options surrounding their data centre operation.
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