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operators from Sweden, Denmark, Norway, and Finland. These Nordic data center markets are poised for local and international growth. A combination of low- carbon electricity, commercially exploitable free cooling and advanced high-capacity communications infrastructure promises to make the Nordic region the focal point for a renaissance in data center investment, both locally and from across the rest of the world.


Driven by local and international companies wishing to minimize carbon and energy lock-in costs, serve


TOKYO 18TH OCTOBER Dr.Takao Shiino


Counselor - Nomura Research Institute


demanding local customers and access large markets in Western and Central Europe, the Nordic Region is witnessing the design and construction of some of the most advanced and energy-efficient data centers in the world.


To remain competitive and meet the demand for expansion of capacity and new services, owners and operators of legacy facilities are being forced to develop infrastructure investment strategies that minimize OPEX and total cost of ownership, and to consider the business case for new builds.


DUBAI 2ND NOVEMBER Jaiwanth Kumar


Senior project manager - Dubai Roads & Transport Authority


HOLLAND COPYING OPTIMAL DATA CENTER DESIGN


The drivers affecting data center design - availability, performance, security and resilience - while still important, now operate in an environment where the data center needs to become more fl exible and ever more energy effi cient. As ICT requirements become more dynamic with the onset of virtualization and cloud computing, data center infrastructure


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STOCKHOLM 4TH NOVEMBER Pekka Kallio


Senior manager of computing technology management - Nokia


Issue 12, Oct/Nov


This year, in collaboration with The Green Grid, The Japan Data Center Council (JDCC) and the Green IT Promotion Council (GIPC), DatacenterDynamics will be hosting Japan’s fi rst Datacenter Leaders Award. With the inaugural Most Improved Data Center Energy Effi ciency Award Japan we will be recognizing the facility that has made the best progress in adopting an energy effi ciency program.


Completing the line up of industry and government participation, the opening keynote will be given by Kiyoshi Nakazawa, deputy director of Japan’s Information and Communication Electronics Division, Commerce and Information Policy Bureau at the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.


Jasem AL Marzouqi from Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company examines the engineering challenges in the construction of a data center in the Tropical Cyclones Zone on the Arabian Sea Coast at Fujairah. Green remains the buzzword in the region and Kuldeep Bhatnagar, IT advisor at the Environment Agency of the Government of Abu Dhabi provides a case study example of employing green data center initiatives to deliver economic and environmental sustainability.


The speaker line up includes Jaiwanth Kumar from Dubai Roads & Transport Authority and Sean Francis, data center facilities manager from Emirates Airlines.


Magnus Angermund of the Net PUE Working Group at EKO & ENACO’s regional manager in Stockholm leads an industry discussion on PUE evolution, which looks at the case for redefi ning PUE to take account of district heating and cooling. He is joined by Hardy Largerbird, head of data center operations at SunGard Nordic Region, and Kjell Sirevaag from Norway’s Statoil.


Helsingin Energia’s Juha Sipilä and Academica’s Matti Roto will provide a case study on their use of district heating and cooling to reduce overall operating costs and carbon footprint while Pekka Kallio showcases Nokia’s new data center enhancement programme


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