Thanks to innovative room design and ingenious technology, the data centers that maincubes is exhibiting at CeBIT 2017 can boast first-class energy efficiency.
Data centers are the brains and synapses of the digital infrastructure – and as such are absolutely essential. The rise of the cloud and developments such as Industry 4.0 have seen the performance capacities of these hubs scale previously unimaginable heights. However, their energy consumption has also climbed to levels normally associated with heavy industry. Now, international data center operator maincubes is rolling out a whole range of measures to ensure cutting-edge data centers can deliver outstanding performance without compromising on the principles of Green IT. The Frankfurt-based company is at CeBIT 2017 in Hannover to showcase innovative solutions for its new high-performance data centers.
In the Datacenter Pavilion in Hall 12, maincubes is training the spotlight on topics such as next-generation data centers, energy efficiency, power and area density, and premium data center services. Additional highlights at the stand include presentations of the state-of-the-art data center in Schiphol, near Amsterdam, and the data center in the Rhine/Main region of Germany, which is currently in its second phase of construction. What’s more, the data center operator is also hosting live daily presentations in Speaker’s Corner on the topics of power supply, climate control, physical security, colocation operations, planning and construction, data infrastructure and inside-the-rack.