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Bristol venue to host major IT roadshow

Engineers’ House in Bristol has been chosen as one of the venues for a major national IT roadshow which will tour the UK throughout October and November.
Organised by industrial IT solutions provider, SolutionsPT, the Industrial IT Roadshow will showcase the latest innovations in industrial IT and will look at how mainstream IT trends are driving change in manufacturing environments.

On 30th October, Engineer’s House will play host to delegates who will have an opportunity to learn best practice guidance when designing industrial IT infrastructures, covering resilience, security and system flexibility.

Martyn Bowen, venue manager for Engineers’ House, said: ”This is a significant booking for us and a tangible endorsement of our on-going investment in this historic venue which continues to attract high profile clients and events.”

Mike Lees of SolutionsPT, said: “The agenda for these roadshows has been carefully developed on the back of extensive research into the latest trends and the challenges faced by manufacturers. We will share our knowledge of industrial IT solutions and show attendees how the latest solutions can be deployed to maximise availability and reduce cost and risk.

“Our choice of venue was equally important as it had to be accessible, have the necessary IT infrastructure, facilities and experience to handle the event.  We have chosen some of the most inspiring and unique venues to accommodate our road show, from the historic Engineers’ House to the fascinating exhibition space at Mercedes-Benz World.”

Last year the historic venue in Clifton Down, once the home of Charles Pinney, Mayor of Bristol, invested in superfast synchronous internet, capable of delivering upload and download speeds of 100Mbit/s.

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