We’re Speaking at Data Centre World London 2024

Join us at DCW, March 6th, as we discuss The Supply Chain Challenge: How valued partnerships can de-risk disruption

Date: Wednesday 6th March

Time: 11:50-12:15

Location: Design and Build & Physical Security Theatre

Onnec are delighted to be attending this year’s Data Centre World in London, the UK’s largest gathering of industry professionals and end-users. We will be joining the conference programme for an engaging panel discussion: The Supply Chain Challenge: How valued partnerships can de-risk disruption.

Data Centre operators are facing a perfect storm. Demand for and investment in new data centres are high. But those responsible for building new sites or adapting existing ones face a trio of challenges: Supply chain disruption, increased regulation for sustainability reporting and a persistent skill shortage. Operators need support to deliver new capacity – this is where partners have a critical role to play.

Join Onnec, Panduit and guests in a panel discussion where we will be exploring how partnerships with key vendors can de-risk the supply chain and enable operators to overcome their challenges.

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Speakers

Matt Salter, Sales Director, Onnec

Matt Salter joined Onnec in 1995 and is currently Sales Director, Strategic Accounts. Matt’s enthusiasm for technology is grounded in practical experience. Having started his career on customer sites installing IT infrastructure, Matt has firsthand knowledge of the technologies that are crucial to building Data Centres. His progression into project and operations management has equipped him with a unique understanding and expertise in managing complex projects within the Data Centre environment, adapting to ever-changing customer needs. Today, Matt leads the sales team for the company’s strategic Technology customers, deploying end-to-end data centre solutions and services for data centre providers and leading tech companies worldwide.

Michael Akinla, Business Manager, Region North, Panduit

Michael Akinla joined Panduit over 20-years ago, initially within the technical systems division, EMEA. In 2019 he became Business Manager, Central Europe North working within the data centre and enterprise division, spearheading Panduit’s product initiatives in the region. Michael has extensive experience in data centre infrastructure, telecommunications and structured cabling and has worked extensively to develop new market opportunities for Panduit’s market leading fibre and copper cabling infrastructure and associated technologies. Michael is a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Environmental Science (1996) and established his credentials in technical sales and support at Varian Analytical Instruments, where he worked for three-years, after leaving Sheffield University.

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