Members of Reid Brewin Architects’ global team will head to Data Centre World in Paris this November, as we prepare to make our debut at the industry-leading event.
As France’s largest conference dedicated entirely to data centre experts, this year’s event will focus on the growing digitalisation of the economy and takes place at the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles from 16 to 17 November.
The two-day trade fair will see our colleagues sharing their expertise with delegates at the event – answering environmental concerns and offering advice around how to get a new data centre built.
What’s more, RBA co-founder Alex Reid is set to join a panel discussion titled ‘Construction, financing, security and maintenance of the data centre’ on the opening day.
Alex will join Yves Grandmontagne, editor-in-chief of Datacenter Magazine, François Debray, Datacenter France marketing manager at EATON, Philippe Kersale, data center director at EQUANS, and Hatem Bouzidi, Data Center France segment manager of ABB France for the keynote, from 15:15 – 16:05 on November 16.
“The nature of data centre design, build, and expansion can often be very challenging,” explained Reid Brewin Architects’ co-founder, Alex Reid. “The large consumption of energy and quantity of heat production – not to mention the volume of high-tech equipment which must be housed safely and efficiently – requires a certain level of skill and technical know-how.
“Data Centre World is without doubt, the place where the industry’s leading decision makers gather, from across the world. We’re looking forward to meeting with like-minded experts, to explore and share ideas around how to best integrate the various components of the architectural project – while meeting sustainability and regulatory guidance.”
If you’re heading to the show, be sure to stop by Reid Brewin Architects’ stand – Booth H125 – where you can also:
• Try out our VR experience and explore some of our most successful data centre projects
• Learn how to reuse any ‘waste’ heat
• Discuss how data centres can tackle environmental challenges.