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Virtual Instruments Joins Data Centre Alliance
Continues to Invest in European Development and Growth
"Joining the Data Centre Alliance is the latest step in our plan to become an increasingly more strategic player in this industry and it allows us to provide on-going support for technology innovation and best practice," said Chris James, EMEA marketing director at Virtual Instruments. "Virtual Instruments is already helping to establish best practices by allowing infrastructure managers to gain comprehensive real-time visibility across the SAN. The Data Centre Alliance will provide an excellent opportunity for us to share our insights and at the same time learn from our peers with the common aim of ongoing improvement of data centre efficiency and performance."
The Data Centre Alliance is a not-for-profit professional association committed to capturing the best expertise and experience from across the industry to develop standards and guidelines for data centre design, construction and operation.
Simon Campbell-Whyte, Executive Director of the Data Centre Alliance commented, "We're delighted to have Virtual Instruments onboard and confident that this new member will make a valuable contribution to the Alliances' knowledge centre and acceleration of our goals to push forward data centre innovation."
The Data Centre Alliance is a not-for-profit professional association comprising of Industry leaders and experts from across the data centre sector. The DCA is committed to capturing the best expertise and experience from across the industry for developing standards and guidelines for data centre design, construction and operation. In addition, the DCA is also dedicated to developing programmes of research and innovation to ensure the future health, growth and sustainability of the industry. Membership is open to all operators of data centres and server rooms, however large or small, and organisations that supply the industry with products and services. For more details on The Data Centre Alliance, visit www.datacentrealliance.org
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