Following the success of Data Centre World London, the team at Cross-Guard have decided to also exhibit at the Frankfurt event. Data Centre World Frankfurt is an annual event and takes place this year from Wednesday 13th November to Thursday 14th November.
As part of ‘Tech Week,’ which is the largest technology event in Germany, Data Centre World Frankfurt welcomes over 6000 visitors from across the globe, including many senior decision makers.
The Cross-Guard team will be showcasing a range of products, including hot and cold aisle containment, secure caging, and Ventis server safe. If you’re attending the event, why don’t you drop by Stand 198 for more information and to speak with the team.
Aisle containment for the German market
With average high temperatures of around 25°C through the summer months, data centres in Germany are exploiting the benefits of aisle containment solutions. Cold and hot aisle containment help data centres globally save money and increase energy efficiency and power usage effectiveness. Cross-Guard will be highlighting the proven benefits of its cold and hot aisle solutions compared to other containment and cooling solution providers.
Data centre security in Germany: security cages
Following a data breach where hundreds of sensitive political documents were revealed, the German government enforced further data security laws. While increasing cyber security, it’s also important to consider the role physical security plays in data centre security. Cross-Guard will be showing the range of different high-strength security cage options available for data centre protection. These security cages are bespoke-made to client requirements and can be retrofitted or installed in even the most challenging environments.
Ventis server safe: market-leading server security
A sample of our Ventis server safe door will be available on stand at Data Centre World Frankfurt to highlight the strength of material and manufacture. The Ventis is one of the strongest and most robust certified server safes available as a much better alternative to server racks (which don’t offer anywhere near the same level of protection for sensitive data).
If you have any further questions about us exhibiting at the event, or if you’d like to arrange a meeting with us, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a ring on 020 8108 9328.