R&M to exhibit data centre solutions at Saudi expo
Riyadh, November 18, 2013
Reichle & De-Massari (R&M), a Swiss structured cabling specialist, will exhibit its range of data centre solutions including the newly launched ‘R&MinteliPhy’ Automated Infrastructure Management (AIM) solution at a major exhibition in Riyadh next month.
The specialist will also highlight innovations specifically customised for the requirements of the Middle East’s data centre market at the Datacenter Dynamics Conference and Expo to take place on December 10.
The range of solutions to be exhibited include modular cabinet and distributor systems, the MPO module HD family, 12fiber MTP trunks, the fibre module HD family, the patch panel family, R&MinteliPhy Monitor, space-saving raised floor solutions and high-density cable management systems which provide a platform for the entire network infrastructure.
Following the event, R&M will host a data centre seminar on December 11, intended to further increase awareness and understanding of the company's cabling solutions for data centres.
The event will feature technical presentations on the R&MinteliPhy solution and on data centre innovation. Key IT decision makers from the company's customers in Saudi Arabia are expected to attend the event.
“Saudi Arabia is the largest IT market in the Middle East with spending that is projected to surpass $12.4 billion by 2016. The data centre is a key investment area for both government and private enterprises in the country and the move towards more sustainable IT is very evident,” said Manzoor Ali, managing director of R&M Saudi, Bahrain and Yemen.
“We currently have a significant number of ongoing data centre projects which include high profile implementations for some of the biggest government organisations,” he said.
Recognising that one of the complexities in building large data centres is the efficient management of the physical cable connections, R&M has introduced its R&MinteliPhy AIM retrofittable solution to the Middle East. The system manages documentation, inventory, support in error recovery and automatic detection of switches and end devices. In addition, it offers investment protection through its ability to be fitted to existing R&M cabling architectures in retrospect.
In addition to bring together the leading vendors, channel organizations and stakeholders from the Middle East data centre market, the Datacenter Dynamics event will feature in-depth case studies and best practice sharing sessions so that attendees can learn the finer points of data centre management. - TradeArabia News Service
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