Infinity CMO Presented Benefits of Dark Green Energy at Gartner Data Center Conference Thursday 8 December 2011 PDF Print Opportunity for US corporations to understand how high efficiency, high availability UK facilities provide real choice in carbon management London, UK – 8 December 2011 – Infinity yesterday presented “Can the Data Centre Now Truly Become Carbon Neutral?” at the Gartner Data Center Conference in Las Vegas. In the session Infinity explained how the 21st century data centre can deliver a positive environmental impact through the benefits of “dark green energy,” a solution enabled through work with the local farming community. The session focussed on how high efficiency, high availability facilities can still provide real choice in carbon management and generate positive environmental and social benefits as well as lower total cost of ownership without impacting operations. Celebrating its 30th Anniversary, the Gartner Data Centre Conference provides data centre professionals and infrastructure and operations executives with advice and strategic recommendations relevant to all industry disciplines including servers, mobility, operation systems, storage, facilities, business continuity and disaster recovery. Visitors to Infinity’s booth #70 had the opportunity to learn more about Infinity’s role as one of the UK’s leading market players. Infinity delivers standalone high efficiency facilities and specialises in aviation grade operations coupled with government grade security to ensure no-break operation, regardless of external factors. US and multinational corporations learnt more about Infinity’s facilities around London, including Romford with easy access to both Docklands and the City of London; Slough, in the heart of the UK’s technology corridor and Martlesham, located close to the UK’s largest technology research centre and the UK’s only carbon-free computing environment. Infinity’s data centres house some of the World’s most demanding investment banks, global insurers, international brokerages, telecommunication companies and outsourcers. These organisations rely on Infinity to ensure the non-stop operation of some of their most critical and visible applications. By employing international standards, systems and certifications, coupled with regular service reviews with dedicated service managers, Infinity’s customers can be assured that it is consistently delivering against its commitments. WHAT: Gartner Data Center Conference, “Can the Data Centre Now Truly Become Carbon Neutral?” WHEN: December 5-8, 2011; Infinity session on 7 December 2011 from 5:00pm – 5:30pm WHERE: Caesars Palace, 3570 Las Vegas Blvd, South Las Vegas, NV 89109 MORE INFO: http://www.gartner.com/technology/summits/na/data-center/ About Infinity Infinity provides a capital-free, outsourced data centre service to private and public sector organisations. Available as both bespoke and standard offers in short and long term contracts, Infinity focusses on delivering the highest levels of customer service and resilience at the lowest total cost of ownership. Infinity’s service contracts enable businesses to take full advantage of lower operating costs at a time when capital is highly constrained. With one of the most experienced management teams in the industry and backed by two of the UK’s leading financial institutions. Infinity has the capability and depth of funding to provide highly efficient data centre solutions matched to customers’ budget envelopes and operational needs. For further information visit http://www.infinitysdc.com. Press Contacts: Natalie Sutton/Danielle Cook Proud PR email@example.com Tel: +44 (0) 1276 679570 This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Proud PR in the following categories: Business & Finance, Computing & Telecoms, Construction & Property, for more information visit https://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.