Updated: 19th October 2021

Data Centre Structured Fibre Cabling Webinar – ‘Connecting Your Data Centre To Growth’

Free to attend webinar explaining the benefits of a structured fibre cabling solution.

EDP Europe is partnering with HUBER+SUHNER to deliver a free to attend webinar via Zoom/Teams on the NEW DATE of Monday 8th November 2021 at 2pm GMT.

The last 18 months has tested IT infrastructure and network connectivity as the World adapted to a new way of doing business during the pandemic. The temporary and long term changes to how people work, access digital services, and consume digital content have driven increasing demand for network capacity – all of which originates from Data Centres. Ensuring your Data Centre connectivity can not only cope with the demands placed on it today, but has the capability to grow with future demands is vitally important.

HUBER+SUHNER is a leading manufacturer of fibre connectivity solutions that facilitate growth in an everchanging environment. Their solutions connect with the needs and challenges faced by customers by providing efficient and scalable fibre management systems that enable bandwidth expansion by increasing transmission reach and offering a higher path of redundancy.

Your Data Centre needs to be stable, secure and space-efficient. With HUBER+SUHNER structured cabling solutions you will benefit from faster set-ups, easier scaling and reduced maintenance needs. The webinar will discuss how, by adopting a structured cabling approach you will achieve the following:

  • Save Time!
  • Future Proof Their Fibre Connectivity!
  • Reduce Costs!
  • Mitigate Risks!
  • Optimise Space!
  • Improve Productivity!

Find out more about how these systems can improve your fibre connectivity and how working with EDP Europe / HUBER+SUHNER can facilitate the successful delivery of your Data Centre’s services from inception to deployment through the full lifecycle of your facility.

To attend simply complete the form below, and once your details have been approved meeting details will be emailed to you.