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Five industry associations vow to raise the profile of data centers in Europe
Groups from five European countries are teaming up to promote data centers in Europe. The bodies will share information and promote best practice tools such as the European Code of Conduct for Data Centers.
Industry bodies from France (Cesit), Germany (Eco), Britain (TechUK), the Netherlands (DDA) and Ireland (Host in Ireland) met in Paris last week, along with the umbrella group European Data Center Alliance (EUDCA), to set out some goals in building the data center industry in the region.
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The groups aim to raise the profile of data centers, sharing information and knowledge between countries, and want to evolve into a formal industry collective. The group includes specialist data center bodies like Host in Ireland and DDA, along with general tech associations that have specialist groups with an interest in data centers, such as Eco and TechUK.
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