Jul 29, 2015

Schneider Introduces Tech Solutions at Myanmar’s First Data Centre Conference

French energy management firm Schneider Electric held its first Data Centre Solution Day in Yangon in a bid to help local businesses adapt their data centres to their business needs.

During the event, Schneider Electric introduced the industry’s first integrated physical data centre infrastructure that covers the-state-of-the-art cooling, power, and end-to-end supporting architecture with a management software, focusing on data security and operational efficiency.

“By enabling companies’ full visibility of their data centre operations and usage, Schneider Electric brings the ability to reduce energy consumption, and curb CO2 emissions.

“This will in turn, improve long term investment and competitiveness in the main sectors of finance, banking and telecom, and help drive economic growth in the country,” said Pascal Reigner, country president of Schneider Electric Myanmar.

The Data Centre Solution Day brought together business stakeholders from the banking and finance, IT and telecom sectors as well as building, infrastructure and industry sectors to introduce the latest global data centre trends.

Schneider Electric Myanmar said in a statement that it aims to unite information technology with energy infrastructure to create energy efficient homes, buildings and cities, with a priority to seek out and work with local talent and business partners to develop customised solutions meeting Myanmar’s needs.

Source: Myanmar Business Today