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10.10.2019, 14:03

Data Centres Ireland 2019 (19-20 November)

EMEA, Supplier News
Vimpex will be showcasing its Hydrosense water leak detection solution for mission critical applications at Data Centres Ireland 2019 from 19-20 November at RDS Dublin.

 

According to recent research from the United Kingdom, water leakage is now the costliest and most common claim made by commercial customers (with flood losses to businesses in the UK approaching £800 million, annually).

 

Despite the introduction of extensive flood prevention measures by civic authorities in the Republic of Ireland - including dedicated flood protection planning by Dublin Council and a €140 million flood defence scheme in Cork City, the country's status as an emerging, global centre for data centre operations places special emphasis on the importance of business continuity planning.

 

Visit Vimpex at Stand 238.

 

 

 

 

 

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