Record number of enquiries for Nobel Fire Systems at DCW
At this year’s Data Centre World expo held at ExCeL London, industry leading fire suppression specialist Nobel Fire Systems asked the question, “Are your files protected against the danger of fire?”
It’s a question that concerns every business, and as Nobel themselves pointed out, there are very few applications where the absolute reliability of operation of the fire suppression equipment is more business critical than in a data room.
Judging by the number of enquiries received on the stand during the duration of the show, it’s a sentiment that’s agreed with by a large number of those who attended the expo. It’s the third time that Nobel has exhibited at DCW and as Commercial Director Ben Parker said, “Each year we receive more enquiries about our products and services and that I believe is a reflection of the understanding and recognition within the industry that Nobel specialises in delivering holistic solutions to meet individual requirements”
Further underlining Nobel’s capabilities within the data industry, Managing Director Ian Bartle made a seminar presentation at DCW entitled – “New technology for Data centre fire protection”. Together with Mike Evers of BASF, Ian made a compelling case for data and server rooms to ensure that only the most efficient and environmentally safe fire suppression systems are always installed from the outset. While the objective is always to save lives and property, innovative fire protection can now do a whole lot more. Today it combines science and economics and matches these qualities to total effectiveness and reliability. It was a message that was received and understood by the very knowledgeable audience and again resulted in valuable enquiries that are now being followed up by Nobel’s sales team.