Schneider Electric has supported Facebook’s vision of implementing a scalable, repeatable building management solution across its new data centers. That solution: programmable logic controllers. In this session, the panel discusses why Facebook chose an unconventional BMS solution and how Schneider helped with its implementation as both product manufacturer and design system integrator. You’ll discover how to architect and implement scalable, repeatable projects that drive efficiency within your organizations.
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