Electrical Distribution System in a Data Center

March 12th, 2020 08:19 AM


There are many different loads in the data center, such as IT devices, air conditioners (CRAC Units), pumps, lighting, etc. The critical supply from the utility / transformer / generator to the load is enabled by various types of power equipment. We are going to illustrate these equipment that are critical and without which it would not be possible to operate the data center.

Figure 1 is a block diagram of an electrical distribution system showing the name and the typical location of the electrical distribution equipment in a data center and the power flow path (Uptime Institute Tier Level II, N+1 Design) . This diagram is only an example of an electrical architecture and attempts to include all the possible major types of equipment used and their typical location in a data center. In the real world, a typical data center electrical design has much more complexity and diversity than that in this diagram.


Uptime Institute Tier II, N+1 Design

Figure 1 

Uptime Institute Tier III Design

Uptime Institute Tier IV, 2N+1 Design



Tracing the flow of power along its path (starting from the utility to the IT load) in the figure 1 above. It shows 8 essential facilities are critical for the power supply. This facilities distribute power to the downstream loads and also protect the power distribution system in the data center:




All facilities above, except for rack PDUs (rPDUs), are considered to be assemblies containing circuit breakers, switches, various types of relays, buses and connections, and control and auxiliary devices. Each device is optimized for long life and ease of maintenance.

The IEC 61947 & IEC 62271, which specifies the HV and LV switchgear terminology, considers switchboard to be the same as switchgear. For some regions like, North American, switchgear and switchboard are specified differently by ANSI and UL standards.



About Us


SMA combines with professional Chartered Engineers (CEng) from the Institute of Engineering Technology (IET), the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) and the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE). Our engineers have more than 20 years experience in data center design & build, building services engineering and energy conservation in the private and public sectors.

The team prepares the engineers and IT personnel to face any challenges in data centers and critical facilities of any size, in any location. For other design considerations / topics in data center and critical infrastructure, please visit 


(1) Site Selection,
(2) Space Planning,
(3) Cooling,
(4) Redundancy,
(5) Fire Suppression,
(6) Meet Me Rooms,
(7) UPS Selection,
(8) Raised Floor,
(9) Code & Standards,
(10) Transformers and Harmonic Distortion,
(11) Multi-mode UPS Systems,
(12) Electrical Rooms,
(13) Generator Systems,
(14) Generator Fuel Systems,
(15) Battery Systems,

(16) Earthing / Grounding and Bonding, etc.






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February 10th, 2020 03:27 AM

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Budget concern? Being occupied by other tasks and unable to take the courses? Why don't consider to purchase your design manuals which are currently available on the Amazon for self-learning and reference. You are still able to gain the knowledge of best practices in data center / critical infrastructure design, operations and efficiency:-


Electrical Design for Mission Critical Supply
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HVAC Design and Cooling for Data Center Efficiency
http://www.amazon.com/dp/9887797200


Project Management for Data Center & Critical Facilities: From Design to Commissioning
http://www.amazon.com/dp/9887797235



    
    


  
  
  



Each manual listed above is edited by a team of Chartered Engineers (CEng) who have more than 20 years experience in data center design & build, building services engineering, facilities management and energy conservation in the private and public sectors. All of them prepare you to face most of the challenges in data centers and critical facilities of any size, in any location.

All manuals have been fully taken into account the requirements of international codes and standards. For any hesitation, you are most welcome to contact our team. Thank you.



About us

Strategic Media Asia (SMA) provides an interactive environment and opportunities for members of engineers to exchange professional views and experience on critical infrastructure and electrical and mechanical facilities through various training courses and site tour events.


In addition, our team is one of the CPD Course Providers of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE).



For details, please visit http://www.stmedia-asia.com/trainings.html.







Part Time Vancancies for Local Engineers in Critical Infrastructure (Maintenance)

January 17th, 2020 11:38 PM

Strategic Media Asia Limited (SMA) is one of the approved CPD course providers of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE). Our mission is to provide an interactive environment and opportunities for the members of IT, critical facilities and building services engineers to exchange professional views and experience.





One of the leading data center owners in Hong Kong is looking for 2 - 3 part time engineers for the general maintenance of critical facilities in their data centers (ranged from Tier 3 to Tier 4-Ready) in Hong Kong. The critical facilities include

(1) CRAC Systems, Cooling Towers; 
(2) UPS, PDUs, Switchgear, Transformers and other Critical Supply Systems.


Those who interest in the opportunity and completed any one of our critical facilities courses:-

- Data Center / Critical Facilities Design & Infrastructure Engineering (2-day)
- Air Conditioning System Design for Critical Infrastructure / Data Center (2-day)
- Electrical Design for Mission Critical Supply (2-day)
- Project Management for Critical Facilities: From Design to Commissioning (2-day)


with relevant experience in data center environment / critical infrastructure are welcome to apply. Remittance will be based on work hours (in hourly rate). For details, please send your CV and salary expectation to info @ stmedia-asia.com. Only engineers with HKID card / working permit in Hong Kong will be entitled and referred. Thank you.



    
    
     




About Us


SMA combines with professional Chartered Engineers (CEng) from the Institute of Engineering Technology (IET), the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) and the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE). Our engineers have more than 20 years experience in data center design & build, building services engineering and energy conservation in the private and public sectors.

The team prepares the engineers and IT personnel to face any challenges in data centers and critical facilities of any size, in any location. For other design considerations / topics in data center and critical infrastructure, please visit 


(1) Site Selection,
(2) Space Planning,
(3) Cooling,
(4) Redundancy,
(5) Fire Suppression,
(6) Meet Me Rooms,
(7) UPS Selection,
(8) Raised Floor,
(9) Code & Standards,
(10) Transformers and Harmonic Distortion,
(11) Multi-mode UPS Systems,
(12) Electrical Rooms,
(13) Generator Systems,
(14) Generator Fuel Systems,
(15) Battery Systems,

(16) Earthing / Grounding and Bonding, etc.







WDD World Data Resource Development Competition: Data Tech 2019 Hong Kong

December 10th, 2019 06:31 AM

The World Data Resource Development Competition (WDD) - Data Tech 2019 Hong Kong was completed on 5 December 2019 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.

There are around 14 teams demonstrate their innovative business solutions integrated with the industry-driven application models through data mining / big data technologies. Through the competition, it connects businesses, technologies and talents in various industries, assists enterprises to hire big data talents and releases innovative and entrepreneurial power of different universities.

For details, please visit http://wdd.datarda.com/














Strategic Media Asia (SMA) -
Connecting IT, Facilities and Design

The team forms strategic partnership with the IOT HK Association and the Shenzhen Big Data Industry Association (International Hong Kong Branch).

Further to data center infrastructure, critical facilities and building services engineering, SMA expands the service portfolio and becomes a knowledge hub in Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT), Blockchain Technologies & Artificial Intelligence (AI).







Technical Visit for a Tier IV-Ready Data Center in Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong

October 31st, 2019 10:53 PM

Organized jointly with the China Unicom (Hong Kong) Limited, the half-day data center technical visit was successfully completed on 18 October 2019.

The target of the site tour is to demonstrate the critical power supply, cooling facilities, data hall, infrastructure management, IoT technology and the cloud / big data solutions by one of the leading data center (Tier IV-Ready) in Hong Kong.

Further to our data center facilities design courses, the tour also provides an interactive environment and opportunity for engineers to exchange professional views on mission-critical facilities with hands-on and immersive experience.










Strategic Media Asia (SMA) -
Connecting IT, Facilities and Design


SMA combines with professional Chartered Engineers (CEng) from the Institute of Engineering Technology (IET), the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) and the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE). Our engineers have more than 20 years experience in data center design & build, building services engineering and energy conservation in the private and public sectors.

The team prepares the engineers and IT personnel to face any challenges in data centers and critical facilities of any size, in any location. For other design considerations / topics in data center and critical infrastructure, please visit 


(1) Site Selection,
(2) Space Planning,
(3) Cooling,
(4) Redundancy,
(5) Fire Suppression,
(6) Meet Me Rooms,
(7) UPS Selection,
(8) Raised Floor,
(9) Code & Standards,
(10) Transformers and Harmonic Distortion,
(11) Multi-mode UPS Systems,
(12) Electrical Rooms,
(13) Generator Systems,
(14) Generator Fuel Systems,
(15) Battery Systems,

(16) Earthing / Grounding and Bonding, etc.








Learn MVAC / Air Conditioning System Design for Mission Critical Purposes

September 24th, 2019 07:19 AM



Air-Conditioning System Design for Critical Infrastructure (2-day)
4 -5 December 2019 - Approved CPD Course by CIBSE UK


This is a 2-day course for engineers who design or handle MVAC (Mechanical Ventilation and Air-Conditioning) equipment for mission-critical buildings / data center projects.

It highlights design principles such as psychrometric chart, cooling load calculation / estimation, etc. and the design considerations such as air distribution, availability / redundancy, common mistakes, Computer Fluid Dynamic (CFD) model, integration with MEPs (Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing systems), etc.

You'll be able to make informed decisions about the best choices of cooling systems for mission-critical purposes and how system can best meet your project goal and SLA (Service Level Agreement).


Date: 4 - 5 December 2019 (Wednesday - Thursday)
Time: 09:00 - 17:30
Venue: 19/F, Officeplus (New Victory House),
93 - 103 Wing Lok Street, Sheung Wan, HK (Exit A2, Sheung Wan Station)


Fee: Special Rate applies for

(1) the HKIE / CIBSE or all professional membership classes in engineering; or
(2) more than 1 enrollment made at the same time


> Datacom Equipment Power Trends and Cooling Applications

-- Load trends and their application
-- Air cooling of computer equipment
-- Liquid cooling of computer equipment


> Design Consideration

-- Design criteria
-- HVAC load
-- Computer room cooling
-- Air distribution
-- Liquid cooling
-- Availability and redundancy
-- Controls
-- Integration with other MEP (Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing) system
-- Computer Fluid Dynamics (CFD)


> Testing and Commissioning

-- Air cleanliness test
-- Heat load test
-- Factory acceptance test
-- Site acceptance test
-- Integrated performance test (IST)


> Energy Efficiency

-- Power usage effectiveness
-- Chilled water plant optimization
-- Water side and air side equipment
-- Part load operation
-- Controls and energy management
-- LEED certified data center
-- Building energy code


> Sustainable Design

-- Combined heat power plant (CHP)
-- Solar cooling
-- Geothermal cooling
-- Evaporative cooling
-- Air side economizers
-- Desiccant unit


For details, please visit www.stmedia-asia.com/newsletter_6.html.



Enrollment & Registration


Kindly complete and return an Application Form for seat reservation. Online Registration is also acceptable. Your seat will be confirmed once the payment is allocated. Thank you.
 


About the Organizer

Strategic Media Asia Limited (SMA) is one of the approved CPD course providers of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) UK. The mission is to provide an interactive environment and opportunities for the members of critical facilities industry and building services engineers to exchange professional views and experience.

For details, please visit www.stmedia-asia.com/about.html.




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Subscribe to our Knowledge Blog (http://green-data.blogspot.com or http://data-center-design.tumblr.com), share your view and get monthly readings online. All topics focus on key components and considerations of designing / operating mission-critical facilities and infrastructure:-

(1) Site Selection,
(2) Space Planning,
(3) Cooling,
(4) Redundancy,
(5) Fire Suppression,
(6) Meet Me Rooms,
(7) UPS Selection,
(8) Raised Floor,
(9) Code & Standards,
(10) Transformers and Harmonic Distortion,
(11) Multi-mode UPS Systems,
(12) Electrical Rooms,
(13) Generator Systems,
(14) Generator Fuel Systems

(15) Battery Systems, etc.
 

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"One Belt, One Road and Bay Area" plus "Block Chain and IoT Application" Forums are Successfully Launched in Shenzhen

September 24th, 2019 07:18 AM

On 6 September 2019, the "One Belt, One Road and Bay Area" plus "Asia-Pacific Cloud Summit - Block Chain and Integrated IoT (Internet of Things) Application Forum" are successfully launched in Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center.

During the summit, the industry players of Block Chain and IoT Applications from the "Belt and Road & Bay Area"gather together to explore the possibility of in-depth cooperation, such as the Belt and Road project investment, new applications and model innovation.




 



 





For details, please visit (https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/sjIPn9RcqX2dWINE9akPnw)




Strategic Media Asia (SMA) -
Connecting IT, Facilities and Design


The team forms strategic partnership with the IOT HK Association and the Shenzhen Big Data Industry Association (International Hong Kong Branch).

Further to data center infrastructure, critical facilities and building services engineering, SMA expands the service portfolio and becomes a knowledge hub in Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT), Blockchain Technologies & Artificial Intelligence (AI).







(18th Round) Preparatory Course to Become a Registered Specialist Contractor (Ventilation Works) - RSC(V)

September 24th, 2019 05:59 AM




Further to our data center & critical facilities design courses, the team is going to deliver a preparatory course which helps engineers / enterprises to facilitate compliance with the Buildings Ordinance and to become Registered Specialist Contractors (RSC) in Ventilation Works in Hong Kong.

Last update on 24 September 2019

Preparatory Course to Become a Registered Specialist Contractor
(Sub-register of Ventilation Works Category) - RSC (V)

18th Round

Date (Basic Section): 4 and 11 January 2020 (Saturday) - 8 Hours
Date (Advanced Section): 18 January 2020 (Saturday) - 4 Hours

Time: 9:00 - 13:00
Venue: HKBU School of Continuing Education (SCE), 136A Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong (Exit B1, Tsim Sha Tsui Station or Exit D, Jordan Station)



The course is designed for ventilation and air-conditioning engineering company's Technical Director (TD), Authorized Signatory (AS) or other officers successfully becoming a registered specialist contractor (ventilation works category).


Please refer to the Practice Note for Registered Contractors (Appendix F) issued by the Buildings Department for the Requirements (1 to 3) on Qualifications and Experience for Registration as a Specialist Contractor (RSC) in the Ventilation Works Category (Alternative Requirement 4 and 5 are no longer accepted).


Participants will familiarize themselves with the interview technique, application strategies, Buildings Ordinance, ventilation and fire safety regulations, occupational safety and health and environmental protection, ventilation / air-conditioning specialized knowledge, etc. within short time and up to a professional standards of ventilation engineer.


For syllabus and content, please visit our website:

Course Details (Chinese) or 
Course Details (English)

Please download the preparatory course's application form at http://www.stmedia-asia.com/images/aircon.pdf




About SMA

Strategic Media Asia (SMA), a critical infrastructure training and event organizer, provides an interactive environment and opportunities for members of engineers to exchange professional views and experience on critical infrastructure and electrical and mechanical facilities.

In addition, SMA is one of the CPD Course Providers of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE).

For other data center design and critical facilities courses, please visit our website at http://www.stmedia-asia.com/trainings.html.


  



註冊專門承建商(通風系統工程類別)預備課程 - 加強版


課程簡介

專門為通風及冷氣工程公司的關鍵人士:技術董事 (TD) 、獲授權簽署人 (AS) 或其他高級人員 (OO) 而設計,旨在幫助公司順利申請成為註冊專門承建商(通風系統工程類別)。

學員將會在短時間內熟習面試要點、建築物條例、通風及消防法例、職業安全健康與環保、通風及冷氣的專門 知識,並達至通風及冷氣工程師的專業水準。



關鍵人士的最低資格和經驗規定 〈 第 1、2 或 3 項 〉,可參考屋宇署網頁 《 註冊承建商作業備考 38 》- 附錄 F 〈註:現時已不接受 4 或 5 項的資格及經驗。〉



修讀條件

對相關註冊及考核事宜有興趣者均可參加。


第一部份 - 基本課程大綱 ( 約 8 小時 ) :


- 一般建築承建商和專門承建商的註冊事宜
- 註冊承建商作業備考 (PNRC)
- 通告函件
- 香港法例第 123 章建築物條例
- 香港法例第 123J 章建築物(通風系統)規例
- 香港法例第 132CE 章附表所列處所通風設施規例
- 香港法例第 95 章消防條例
- 防火閘、過濾器及聚塵器實務
- 通風 / 空氣調節控制系統實務
- 年檢證書
- 職業安全健康與環保
- 面試技巧


第二部份 - 進階課程大綱 ( 約 4 小時 ) :


- 申請食肆牌照通風設施規定
- 通風(空氣調節)系統標準發牌條件
- 申請符合通風系統規定通知書
- 暫准普通食肆牌照的衞生設施規定
- 正式普通食肆牌照標準發牌條件
- 符合規定證明書 D
- 工廠及工業經營(安全管理)規例
- 空調設備工程的工作安全及健康指引



課程資料

日期 (基本課程):2020 年 1 月 4 日 及  11 日 ( 星期六 ) - 共 8 小時
日期 (進階課程)
2020 年 1 月 18 日 ( 星期六 ) - 共 4 小時
時間:9:00 - 13:00
地點:香港浸會大學持續教育學院 - 香港九龍彌敦道 136 號 A 
( 尖沙咀 地鐵站 B1 出口 / 佐敦 地鐵站 D 出口 )


授課語言:粵語 (輔以 中 / 英文講義)
報名表格:按此下載 或瀏覽課程網頁 (http://www.stmedia-asia.com/aircon.html)


了解其他 關鍵設施專業課程



主講導師

Ir Edmund Fok
BEng(Hons), MSc, PFM, REA, RSO, CEnv, CEng, FCIBSE, FSOE, FIPlantE, MHKIE

擁有二十多年豐富冷氣通風、消防、水務、電力及建築工程經驗及十多年教學經驗,並是註冊專門 承建商 (通風系統工程) 獲授權簽署人、第 1 , 2 & 3 級註冊消防裝置承辦商合資格人士、一級水喉匠、註冊電業工程人員 (級別: C0 H0)、註冊小型工程承建商獲授權簽署人和註冊能源效益評核員。 



主辦機構

Strategic Media Asia Limited (SMA)

由多位經驗豐富的英國註冊工程師組成,榮獲 英國屋宇裝備工程師學會 (CIBSE) 認可,提供持續專業發展短期課程 / 進修時數 (Approved CPD Course Provider),定期舉辦不同程度的關鍵設施課程、專業研討會及論壇,旨在提供合適的交流機會予機電工程師、屋宇裝備工程師、通訊及資訊科技界專業人士等等,同時提供關鍵設施及數據中心設計技術及知識。

詳情可瀏覽  www.stmedia-asia.com 。







How to Choose Data Center Racks / Cabinets

August 9th, 2019 06:29 AM


With the rise of colocation, enterprise and edge data centers, the requirements for data center racks have changed from being a cabinet that manages equipment to a rack enclosure that can reduce data center operational costs by preserving valuable floor space, optimizing cooling and increasing the efficiency of IT staff.

There are 6 considerations before choosing a data center rack:-


1) Weight Loads

Today's organizations need data center cabinets that can hold heavier loads and maintain their structural integrity when shipped with equipment. This could mean shipping from their facility directly to a data center, or shipping from an off-site integrator directly to their data center. Shipping a fully-populated rack allows for a faster data center build-out. The raised floor and the maximum floor loading should be considered as well.


2) Open Framed or Closed Frame

Open frame racks typically cost about one third as its equivalent counterpart in a closed frame option. There is nothing to obstruct airflow from circulating through the rack for cooling. But all your equipment is exposed making it susceptible to theft. Your servers' buttons or wires may also accidentally get pulled or pushed.

 

On the other hand, the process of installing or maintaining equipment is trickier for the closed fram racks due to the obstructed nature. If you choose to use this type of rack, sliding rails and shelves for severs and other equipment is highly recommended.


3) Sizing and Capacity

Server racks are sized in units classified as "U" space. Each U represents 1.75". So, a server rack that is 58U is 101.5" tall. The rack height is significant for how much equipment that can be held inside, as well as how much power can be transmitted to equipment in the server storage device. Some organizations may require more space between the server rack and the ceiling for cooling and cabling matters.


Your data center business grows fast. Leaving racks' space for few years later is a good planning for data center expansion.


4) Off-site Integration Processes

Racks should provide the flexibility to accommodate equipment from multiple vendors in a company’s supply chain, and the equipment needs of its data center environment. Many standard cabinets make it difficult to meet these needs, and many companies are turning to custom cabinets to increase overall flexibility and maximize efficiency in their off-site integration process.


5) Multi-vendor IT Environments

Racks need to provide maximum usable space, adequate clearances for airflow, easy access for troubleshooting and reconfiguration of equipment by IT staff and minimize air mixing.


6) The Rising Cost of Cooling

Cooling can be one of the top costs in today’s data center and reducing cooling costs, which can begin at the rack level, can play a major role in reducing overall energy consumption. More powerful equipment and greater data center densities have increased the heat generated in each rack, causing computer room air conditioning (CRAC) units to work harder than ever.


For example, the closed frame racks isolate heat sensitive equipment inside the frame. You have more control over where that air flows with the addition of fans and cooling accessories designed for closed frame racks. Therefore, it is critical to have a rack that supports optimized cooling efficiencies.



Strategic Media Asia (SMA) -
Connecting IT, Facilities and Design


SMA combines with professional Chartered Engineers (CEng) from the Institute of Engineering Technology (IET), the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) and the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE). Our engineers have more than 20 years experience in data center design & build, building services engineering and energy conservation in the private and public sectors.

The team exists to provide an interactive environment and opportunities for members of data center and facilities' engineers to exchange professional views and experience, through various training courses, industry events and technical seminars. We prepare the engineers and IT personnel to face any challenges in data centers and critical facilities of any size, in any location.

For other design considerations / topics in data center and critical infrastructure, please visit 


(1) Site Selection,
(2) Space Planning,
(3) Cooling,
(4) Redundancy,
(5) Fire Suppression,
(6) Meet Me Rooms,
(7) UPS Selection,
(8) Raised Floor,
(9) Code & Standards,
(10) Transformers and Harmonic Distortion,
(11) Multi-mode UPS Systems,
(12) Electrical Rooms,
(13) Generator Systems,
(14) Generator Fuel Systems

(15) Battery Systems,

(16) Earthing / Grounding and Bonding, etc.

 
   




Join the Analytics Leaders Summit - Artificial Intelligence & The Cloud in Manila - Philippines on 12-13 September, 2019

July 25th, 2019 06:19 AM




EnigmaCG's Analytics Leaders' Summit has achieved tremendous success and acknowledgement in the market since its introduction in May 2016 after being organized in 5 different locations- Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Philippines and attracting over 1000+ Data Professionals who live and breathe analytics.


After a sell-out event in June 2018 in Manila - Philippines, EnigmaCG is back with Analytics Leaders Summit - Artificial Intelligence, The Cloud & Beyond in Manila - Philippines on 12-13 September, 2019.


With more than 2.5 Quintillion bytes of data being produced daily through multiple channels such as social media, ecommerce transactions, sensors as well as mobile there is no escaping it. So whats the trend now for companies who can't store data at their own data centres? The Cloud!

Whilst this is a fantastic option for many it does come with a different set of challenges such as privacy and control, downtime, vendor lock out but more importantly cyber security. This is why EnigmaCG thought it would be important to touch upon some of these issues over the two days to ensure you avoid any pitfalls that others may have encountered.

EnigmaCG's event on analytics through its speakers and panel of judges from

Samsung, Coca Cola, Grab, AXA, Axiata, Equinor, Bank of Thailand, Globe Telecom ,Standard Chartered Bank, Singapore Exchange, Flipkart, etc.

will deliver the highest quality content, address the most current topics related to predictive customer behaviour through analytics with indepth case studies which have proven to be the success stories in the market today as well as studies of what analytics can be used for in the future such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Cloud Security.


To register, please send your email to preetika@enigma-cg.com or

visit the event website https://www.analyticsleaderssummit.com