Siemens holds first Data Centre Day in Vietnam

April 10, 2024 | 16:40
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Siemens Vietnam on April 9 held Vietnam Data Centre Day in Hanoi, attracting more than 130 delegates including industry experts, thought leaders, technology providers, and government representatives.

The seminar provided an opportunity for delegates to cover multidimensional information and discuss solutions for the sustainable construction, operation, and management of data centres in terms of project deployment time, cost, and energy consumption efficiency, while ensuring compliance with the latest international standards.

The topics were delivered by speakers from the Energy Institute belonging to the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Vietnam Telecommunications Authority under the Ministry of Information and Communications, the TUV SUD organisation, PRASA, Turner & Townsend, and Siemens ASEAN.

Siemens holds first Data Centre Day in Vietnam

Siemens continues to play a significant role in the data centre field, primarily known for expertise in providing a wide range of state-of-the-art technologies and solutions for building infrastructure, energy management, and automation systems of data centres worldwide.

The German tech powerhouse has deployed integrated data centre management software at the largest and most energy-efficient data centre in the Baltic region: Greenergy Data Centre in Estonia.

With a coherent technological concept as well as cutting-edge hardware and software, the company has enabled Greenergy operators to achieve their ambitious goals of creating a data centre that offers the highest levels of reliability, security, and sustainability with world-class connectivity and growth potential.

Siemens holds first Data Centre Day in Vietnam

In Vietnam, Siemens has become suppliers in important data centre projects such as Viettel IDC Hoa Lac Data Centre and FPT Data Centre in Ho Chi Minh City.

“Through this seminar, we would like to create an open forum for constructive sharing and dialogues among stakeholders and industry players about challenges and opportunities in developing a robust and sustainable Vietnam Data Centre industry,” said Pham Thai Lai, Siemens ASEAN and Vietnam president and CEO. “We are committed to providing our customers with suitable technologies to help them not only build and operate their data centres reliably and efficiently but also sustainably.”

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By Thuy Dinh

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