Advanced IT cooling on show at ExCel

Published:  07 March, 2018

Data Centre World, Mitsubishi electric

Mitsubishi Electric is once again exhibiting at the Data Centre World exhibition on the 21st and 22nd March at London ExCel, promoting its advanced range of IT Cooling products and solutions.

“This exhibition attracts over 20,000 visitors and gives us an ideal opportunity to promote the extensive range of products and solutions we can offer for IT cooling applications,” explains Graham Temple, marketing manager for IT Cooling solutions. The company will be on Stand D620 with a wide range of its specialist cooling products, including the modular e-Series chillers; the X-Type close control unit and the I-Next system.

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