Alex Rabbetts

Vice President and Managing Director

EUDCA

Alex Rabbetts has worked in the data centre industry for over 30 years. During this time, he has designed and built data centres ranging from very small to very large complex environments in locations across Europe and beyond. 

He has operated data centres both commercially and as enterprise facilities and has a wealth of knowledge about these environments and the equipment that they are designed to support. 

He was a contributor to the EU Code of Conduct for data centres and is both a vice president and managing director of the European Data Centre Association. 

He is a regular contributor to both press and other media as a subject matter expert on data centre environments and operation and a regular speaker at data centre related conferences.

The importance of self-regulation in driving data centre sustainability – Alex Rabbetts
According to the most recent IEA statistics, data networks are accountable for one per cent of the entire globe’s electricity...
The importance of self-regulation in driving data centre sustainability
According to the most recent IEA statistics, data networks are accountable for one per cent of the entire globe’s electricity...
Europe’s hydrogen power conversation: A sustainable alternative
Alex Rabbetts and Damien Wells discuss why, given the 20-year lifecycle of today’s data centres, there is no time for...
How will future colocation services evolve with the shift to sustainability – Alex Rabbetts
The EUDCA serves 27 countries, 240 facilities, and 1,500,000 square metres of space. This session takes the pulse of the...
How will future colocation services evolve with the shift to sustainability
The EUDCA serves 27 countries, 240 facilities, and 1,500,000 square metres of space. This session takes the pulse of the...
Sustainable data centres and the role of self-regulation
The data centre sector has been vilified – perhaps unfairly – due to the carbon footprint of its operations. What...
Sustainable data centres and the role of self-regulation – Alex Rabbetts
The data centre sector has been vilified – perhaps unfairly – due to the carbon footprint of its operations. What...

Talks from this Speaker

Alex Rabbetts has worked in the data centre industry for over 30 years. During this time, he has designed and built data centres ranging from very small to very large complex environments in locations across Europe and beyond. 

He has operated data centres both commercially and as enterprise facilities and has a wealth of knowledge about these environments and the equipment that they are designed to support. 

He was a contributor to the EU Code of Conduct for data centres and is both a vice president and managing director of the European Data Centre Association. 

He is a regular contributor to both press and other media as a subject matter expert on data centre environments and operation and a regular speaker at data centre related conferences.

The importance of self-regulation in driving data centre sustainability – Alex Rabbetts
According to the most recent IEA statistics, data networks are accountable for one per cent of the entire globe’s electricity...
The importance of self-regulation in driving data centre sustainability
According to the most recent IEA statistics, data networks are accountable for one per cent of the entire globe’s electricity...
Europe’s hydrogen power conversation: A sustainable alternative
Alex Rabbetts and Damien Wells discuss why, given the 20-year lifecycle of today’s data centres, there is no time for...
How will future colocation services evolve with the shift to sustainability – Alex Rabbetts
The EUDCA serves 27 countries, 240 facilities, and 1,500,000 square metres of space. This session takes the pulse of the...
How will future colocation services evolve with the shift to sustainability
The EUDCA serves 27 countries, 240 facilities, and 1,500,000 square metres of space. This session takes the pulse of the...
Sustainable data centres and the role of self-regulation
The data centre sector has been vilified – perhaps unfairly – due to the carbon footprint of its operations. What...
Sustainable data centres and the role of self-regulation – Alex Rabbetts
The data centre sector has been vilified – perhaps unfairly – due to the carbon footprint of its operations. What...