maincubes presents secure, high-performance data centers at the 3600dcLounge in Dublin
High-performance data centers, premium security and DC services create genuine competitive advantages for companies
The event is taking place under the heading “Need for Speed”. As a Germany-based operator of high-performance data centers, maincubes will be presenting its DC locations in Schiphol near Amsterdam and in the Rhine/Main metropolitan region. In addition to first-class connections to DE-CIX and AMS-IX as well as various high-performance carriers, the focus will also be on the issue of security. At the event, maincubes will be addressing the current demands and options for achieving security and data protection in data centers. maincubes will also be focusing on the themes of economy and efficiency.
As one of the sponsors of the event, Oliver Menzel, CEO von maincubes, will be giving a talk on the modern data center of today and tomorrow.
Detailed information about the event can be found at: http://grass-events.com/events/360-dclounge/ei_2017/
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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