Technimove at Data Centre World 2024: A Testament to Momentum and Sustainability

In a bustling throughfare at London’s ExCeL, Technimove made a resounding mark at Data Centre World on March 6-7th, 2024. Following a successful 25th anniversary year, the leading data centre migration specialists showcased their prowess at one of the industry’s most anticipated events.

The energy at Technimove’s stand was palpable, drawing in crowds eager to witness the latest innovations in data centre solutions. Visitors were greeted with a wealth of expertise and insights from the Technimove team, reflecting the company’s unwavering commitment to excellence.

From seasoned professionals to curious newcomers, the stand buzzed with activity, affirming Technimove’s prominent position in the industry.

Mark Hinds, representing Data Centre Solutions, caught up with Technimove’s Chief Revenue Officer, Gareth Meyer, to delve deeper into the company’s success at the event.


“I didn’t know what to expect but it’s been a fantastic day, and the stand hasn’t stopped all day and it’s been unquestionably one of the busiest and best days we’ve ever had.’

Meyer elaborated on the significance of Data Centre World as a platform for collaboration and advancement within the industry.


“Technimove has advanced. Like technology, we’re moving at such a rapid pace. We do physical and virtual migrations, cloud migrations and we specialise in professional services”


Central to Technimove’s mission is a steadfast commitment to sustainability. Meyer highlighted the company’s proactive approach to minimising environmental impact through their professional services and data centre migrations.

By employing market-leading technologies and best practices, Technimove aims to enhance efficiency while reducing the carbon footprint, for not only their clients, but for the business too.


“Sustainability has been questionable in the data centre space. As we advance, we understand what the repercussions are of overutilisation of data and heat, power, and energy to run data centre facilities. Technology has changed and we enable our customers to use that technology.”

With the momentum from a successful 25th anniversary year propelling them forward, the company remains steadfast in its mission to provide people-powered, specialist professional services and data centre migrations while championing sustainability in the sector.


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