Ireland's Data Industry in 2019

8th May 2019 - Bitpower teamed up with the Sustainable Energy Authhority of Ireland to discuss efficiency in data centres.

We were joined by John Hanley of FDT Consulting Engineers, Michael Geraghty of Entropic, and John Laban of the OpenCompute Project. The audience comprised design engineers and other members of the data centre supply chain. The content focused on the philosophy of design and highlighted innovative desing methodologies, including SEAI's EXEED and Open-Source design. 

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Bitower Tyndall Tech 2018 Promo

Energy and The Cloud

We were invited to speak at Tyndall Technology Days 2018 at Croke Park on 24th October 2018. The event discussed IoT, Connected Health, and Energy and is the Tyndall Institute's flagship annual event. Attended by researchers and innovators, the event showcases the latest developments in these fields. 

We discussed the scale, growth, and sustainability of Ireland's data indstry.


Power for Datacentres

Our CEO David McAuley moderating the afternoon stretegy session at DataCentres Ireland in the RDS in Dublin.

Speakers included EirGrid, ESB Networks, Bitpower, EY, Gas Networks Ireland, Irish Wind Energy Association.

Topics included national power distribution, facilitating rsecure and reliable power, energy efficiency in the data industry, power purchase agreements, green and sustainable energy facilitated by natural gas, Ireland's wind energy growth, and a panel discussion on sustainable energy for datacentres. 

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Challenges to Hub Cities

David McAuley moderated a discusson on Challenges to Hub Cities at DataCloud Ireland in Dublin on 13th September 2018 at the Convention Centre Dublin.

Val Walsh, SVP Commercial & Portfolio Management, Digital Realty

Donough Roche, COO, Infomart Data Centers

Simon Young, Regional Sales Manager, Munters

Tanya Duncan, Managing Director, Interxion Ireland





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