Program 19 Oktober 2017

  Conceptprogramma IT Infrastructuur Datacenters Belgie 19/10/17
9.00 - 10.00 Registration & Coffee & Welcome Words
  ( Meeting Room 1 ) (Meeting Room 2) ( Meeting Room 3 )
10.05 TBD (Cebeo) Edge Data Center Solution ( Koen Van Hende, Rittal)  
    The arrival of the internet of Things (IoT) will cause a growth in the “edge” of the network. Rittal has created a scalable modular Datacenter-in-a-box which is an answer of different challenges.  
10.30 Overgang parallele sessies
10.35 Dynamische Ups systemen (Eneria) High density oplossingen voor datacenters ( Daniel Termote , Schrack )  
       
11.00 -11.35 Contactopportunities & Coffee Break
11.40 Innovation At Every Level: The Next Generation UPS & Cooling in your Datacenter ( Attilio Masoch – Business development director Cooling NCEE on behalf of Schneider Electric) Timing and synchronization (Benny Polleunis CN ROOD) DELL
    Network Timing: NTP, IEEE 1588/PTP; Redundancy Concepts for different market applications (Meinberg):  ● Finance (MIFID II)  ● Telecom (ITU-T)  ● Broadcasting / Audio-Video (SMPTE) ● Power (IEC 61588)  
12.05 Overgang parallele sessies
12.10 Minicube / LCS3:  CAT8-generatie (Regis Declerq - Legrand) TBD (Yves Jansen - Euro Diesel)  DELL
       
12.35-13.40 Contactopportunities & Walking Lunch
13.45 The Internet of Things and its impact on the Physical Layer (Maurice Zetena, Vice President Data Center Technology on behalf of Kannegieter) Lithium-ion UPS, a new step forward in compact & secured power supply for datacenters
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Diris Digiware, monitoring & measurement tool for optimizing the power consumption of your datacenter
(Socomec)
DELL
The Internet of Things (IoT) and the subsequent Internet of Everything (IoE) :
As with any new technology, much of what was considered state-of-the-art just a few years ago will need to be re-assessed and adapted to meet the challenges presented by these emerging technologies.
At it's most basic, the IoT is based on and requires connectivity. Without a pervasive and robust connectivity structure, IoT and IoE implementation is simply not possible.
Traditional approaches and methodologies of connectivity and aspects such as power are not suited to and not sufficiently to meet the requirements for the deployment of this type of system.

This session will look at the current state of the IoT and the emergence of the IoE. Focus will be on the required connectivity needs and how the market is responding.  We will further look at the emergence of various protocols and current and future communication methodologies.  As this market will encompass many areas not traditionally addressed by our industry, we will examine the applicable current standards, codes and best practice strategies as well as how the industry is addressing the unique requirements of this new and exciting market.

   
14.10 Overgang parallele sessies
14.15 REVconnect: complete connectivity solution for Cat5E, Cat6, Cat6A, UTP and STP (Microtron) TBD DELL
       
14.40-15.05 Contactopportunities & Coffee Break
15.10 Fibre cabling in Data Centres: LC connectivity strikes back!  (Joost Grillaert, Nexans Cabling Solutions) Infrastructure with Intelligence Business continuity, lower costs and optimal operational performance for software defined data centers.  (Luc De Clerq, Eaton)
 
DELL
  Technological developments for transceivers and new fibre transmission protocols for 25G and 50G have changed the cabling infrastructure for Data Centres and have simplified the migration to higher speed protocols.  While 5 years ago a complete migration to parallel optics based on MTP connectivity was predicted, it now appears that duplex transmission based on LC connectivity is making a comeback.
This presentation will highlight the future of LC connectivity in the Data Centre.
Turn your whole data center infrastructure into a source of intelligence for IT management, with Eaton.   
15.35  Reception