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DATACENTRE.ME Launches One-Stop Shop For Data Centre Industry

DAILYHOSTNEWS, December 15, 2011 – DATACENTRE.ME has announced that following three months of intensive marketing and development, its unique source of online information for data centers is now live.

The web site, that can be found at is a global one-stop shop for the data center industry and provides daily updates for specialist news, reports and events, as well as valuable insights into training courses, recruitment, networking opportunities, partnerships, recommended reading and publications and recommended PR companies.

Caroline Hitchins, Founder and Owner of DATACENTRE.ME explained, “DATACENTRE.ME alleviates the need to visit several different websites in order to locate information relating to the data center industry.  I have spent a considerable amount of time in the data canter events industry and felt sure that a website offering a free industry directory as well as other useful information would breathe fresh life into this already hugely buoyant market.“

The site has gained a great deal of traction in a short space of time in its mission to become the primary source of global information for data canter professionals.  Many companies having already registered for their FREE listing in the directory, and it has attracted sponsorship from Red Vista, part of The Mavin Group at Diamond level and EcoCooling and sineQN at Gold level.

Offering a whole host of Data Centre-related news, information, updates and an industry directory, DATACENTRE.ME is, quite simply, a global one-stop shop for anyone in the world of data centers.  DATACENTRE.ME provides information such as what’s happening in the industry, who one can partner / network with, buy from, sell to, which events and training courses to attend, which publications to read, which PR companies to use and even who to recruit or who is currently recruiting.

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