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Data Center World’s Expo Hall To Display The Hottest Products And Services In The Data Center Industry Next Week In Orlando

Data Center World’s Expo Hall To Display The Hottest Products And Services In The Data Center Industry Next Week In Orlando

Data Center World, the leading global conference for data center, facilities and IT infrastructure, will feature the hottest technology and solutions for the data center industry. Over 120 exhibitors will showcase the latest innovations in the Expo Hall, providing attendees with a unique opportunity to learn about new solutions impacting the industry in a hands-on environment.

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“Event attendees will be able to walk the Expo Hall and compare the solutions in real-time to determine which is the right solution or service for their company.”

Data Center World is AFCOM’s annual global gathering and will take place August 16-19, 2021 at the Orange County Convention Center, in Orlando, Florida.

“Hundreds of innovative technologies and services will be on display in the Data Center World Expo Hall to help data center, facilities and IT infrastructure professionals find the best solutions to do their jobs more efficiently and effectively,” said Tara Gibb, Senior Director, Data Center World. “Event attendees will be able to walk the Expo Hall and compare the solutions in real-time to determine which is the right solution or service for their company.”

Data Center World 2021 Exhibitor News

  • Robert Bosch LLC will highlight opportunities to revolutionize the power supply of your data center by utilizing clean and efficient distributed power resources, such as stationary fuel cell systems. Bosch will present an overview of the technology, integration possibilities and related benefits to bring your data center into the future.
  • ScaleFlux (Booth# 220) announces availability of 16TB QLC drives with integrated hardware compression/decompression engines. These computational storage drives enable users to store up to 64TB of data on the 16TB drive while achieving performance and endurance on par with much more expensive TLC-based SSDs.

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