Trend Control Systems, an international manufacturer and supplier of Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS), is getting set to take part in Data Centre World 2015, which takes place on 11th-12th March at ExCeL, London. As well as showcasing some of its latest products, Trend experts will also be on Stand D102 to talk about how it can make today’s data centres more resilient, compliant and sustainable.
This will be the third successive year that Trend has exhibited at Data Centre World and the company is also a Gold Sponsor of this year’s event. Trend’s focus this time will be on highlighting how its Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS) based technology can help data centres operate more effectively and maintain the high levels of uptime and energy efficiency that owners, operators and their customers expect.
Data centres can benefit significantly from building resilience into their BEMS and minimising any risks and significant costs associated with situations such as plant failure or an environmental conditions falling outside acceptable parameters. This leads to the development of a sustainable, long lifecycle solution that also ensures compliance with key performance indicators (KPIs) and helps co-location facilities remain competitive. At Data Centre World 2015, Trend will demonstrate why a well-designed BEMS is crucial for any organisation that has business critical systems to protect and how its systems can monitor and manage data centres intelligently in order to deliver the lowest power usage effectiveness (PUE) ratings.
Trend enjoys a larger installed system base than any other brand, with the vast majority of its highly reliable systems being supplied, engineered and commissioned by 150+ approved systems integrators, a number of which specialise in resilient environments such as data centres, healthcare facilities and telecommunications.
Trend’s team of BEMS experts will be available throughout the event to answer questions and the company’s key account manager and data centre specialist, Sam Fitzgerald, will also present a conference session entitled ‘Sustainable, High Quality Working Environments’ which will take place in the Critical Equipment and Facilities Management Theatre on 11th March at 12.15pm.
“The serious consequences of downtime mean that data centres must be as resilient as possible and compliant with all relevant standards and operating procedures, while at the same time minimising overall energy consumption,” commented Casey Wells, marketing manager at Trend. “Data Centre World 2015 is one of the highlights of the year and we are looking forward to giving visitors to Stand D102 the opportunity to find out more about our industry leading technology and the many advantages of working with Trend and our many system integrator Partners.”