Posted by Jake Dunn on 20/12/22 09:24
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Maple are exhibiting at Data Centre World at ExCel London on 8 and 9 March 2023.

The annual event is an important networking and knowledge-sharing event for the ever-expanding data centre community. It’s estimated that there are more than 7 million facilities worldwide – but the event is not just about business continuity, data storage and security.

Maple are attending to demonstrate how architectural façades can help transform functional data centres into attractive urban landmarks and you can find our staff at stand D280. 

“Architects are being challenged to design data centres that don’t actually look like data centres,” said Maple project consultant Alfie Newton. 

“When you consider our expertise in louvres, brise soleil, perforated panels, vertical fins and 3D façades, there’s an endless variety of options that offer practical benefits as well as adding architectural value to data centre projects.”

Data Centre World is the world’s largest gathering of data-centre professionals. It’s aimed at C-level staff, data centre leaders, end-users, managers and key decision-makers. No matter the size of your business, or whether you represent the public or private sector, there will be lots of takeaways and goals to achieve at the event.


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