maincubes starts Roadshow 2017
The event will focus on the requirements companies pose to their data centers and IT partners
The roadshow will focus primarily on the two high performance data centers in Schiphol near Amsterdam and the brand new maincubes data center in the Rhein/Main metropolitan region, which will go online officially in the third quarter of 2017. In addition to the proven cost-effectiveness, thanks to the cutting-edge architecture and technical equipment, the roadshow will also present and discuss topics such as the legal requirements facing DC operators and managing a company that operates its own IT, but also matters such as power supply, air conditioning, physical security, co-location operation, planning and construction, data infrastructure and inside-the-rack. Another important topic involves maincubes Premium Services, which help companies to operate their IT systems efficiently in external data centers without this leading to significant costs.
Data Center Premium Services
Apart from leasing data center space at strategic locations throughout Europe, maincubes also offers Premium Services, which go far beyond the traditional services of a co-location data center operator. The maincubes Premium Services include very fast reaction times, individual contract and product bundles, as well as technical services such as DCIM that combine technical components of data center operation with the IT of the customers in order to achieve optimized resource utilization. With Premium Services, customers and partners can rely on many services as a matter of course, which usually need to be requested and discussed individually, such as certification.
maincubes priorities in partner business
maincubes also relies on business with partners. German, European and international partners can participate in the three-stage partner program, which provides them with comprehensive access to all maincubes data centers while offering an interesting combination of technology, cost-effectiveness and margins. Partners of maincubes benefit from a growing network of data center locations, cost-effectiveness, support from a single source and certification across all locations. Fast and internationally-scalable data center solutions are of enormous importance, precisely in these times of structural change in IT, including the move to cloud-based infrastructures.
Stops in the maincubes Roadshow 2017
The six events will take place in so-called “design offices” (www.designoffices.de). These modern locations offer functionality combined with high-quality equipment and an outstanding all-round service that leaves nothing to be desired. Roadshow details:
July 11, 2017 – Hamburg
August 23, 2017 – Munich
September 19, 2017 – Nuremberg
October 25, 2017 – Frankfurt
November 15, 2017 – Düsseldorf
Details of the events with the agenda and registration options at: https://www.maincubes.com/en/events/roadshow-2017-en
maincubes one GmbH
maincubes one GmbH is a German data center company headquartered in Frankfurt, Germany. maincubes represents a new generation of data center operation characterised by substantially greater performance and cost-effectiveness than has been commonly available. maincubes reduces space and operating costs at the same time as providing a higher level of operational reliability, legal certainty and technical security. maincubes also guarantees maximum energy efficiency through a pioneering room design in combination with innovative technology. In addition to cost-effectiveness, security and efficiency, maincubes also ensures sustainable and ecologically compatible operation through a new, cutting-edge design.
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