DCIM Delivered 2012
Emerson Network Power
DCIM is here, and we’re ready to make it real for you.
Please join Emerson Network Power and Forrester Research for an exclusive event where you will hear about the trends in data centre infrastructure management (DCIM) from international experts and local specialists in DCIM and to learn how you can get started in DCIM now.
Discover what DCIM is and what it means to your business.
Explore, through live demonstrations, how Emerson Network Power is revolutionising DCIM with the TrellisTM platform.
Engage with your peers and industry experts from Forrester Research and Emerson Network Power.
Date Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Contact Sandra Camden-Bermingham
For more information and registration visit: http://go.emersonnetworkpower.com/forms/2012_DCIM_Delivered_World_Tour
Shangri-La Hotel, The Rocks, Sydney
- RSVP: No
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