Network Meeting - The Open Compute Project and its impact on the data center supply-chain

Dato og tid

Tirsdag d. 11. september 2018 kl. 13:00 til 16:00


Mandag d. 10. september 2018 kl. 23:45


COWI Odense
Vestre Stationsvej 7
5000 Odense


+45 8725 5151

The Open Compute Project (OCP) is a community movement which aims to bring transparency to hardware development by sharing ideas and innovations collectively to be better and more efficient. It started at Facebook but has now grown to include companies at various stages of the data center supply chain.

This network meeting will give you insights in to the status of the OCP and how it might impact your future business opportunities. While hardware is only one component of data center, it has a great impact on the entire value-chain of services and products. Come find out more.  


1pm - Welcome by Henrik Hansen, Director of the Danish Data Center Industry

1.15pm – Key findings and conclusions from the COWI analysis on hyperscale datacenters in Denmark prepared for the Danish Energy Agency February 2018, by Jens Therkelsen, Project Manager & Morten Vindum Vyff, Project & Market Director COWI.   

1.45pm - An overview of the OCP movement, business case, market uptake and future perspectives by John Laban, OCP.

2.15pm time for questions

2.30pm Coffee break and networking

3pm – 3.30pm How sustainability, DCIM and the Open Compute Project provide opportunity for data center operators*, by Brice Martinot-Lagarde, Cloud & Service Providers segment, ITD Schneider Electric

3.30pm – 4pm Networking 

We look forward to seeing a strong attandence from the Danish Data Center Industry community. 

Business members can attend with one person at this event.
Executive members can attend with two people at this event.
There are limited spots available for those considering a membership.

*title subject to change

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