NEW DELHI, Jan 16 (The CONNECT) – Planck, a rapidly advancing startup specializing in Sustainable Edge Data Centers, will participate in the at the 54th Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum starting today at Davos.
The World Economic Forum serves as a global and non-profit platform, fostering connections among stakeholders to cultivate trust and develop initiatives for a brighter future.
This year’s Annual Meeting will spotlight the core principles underpinning trust: transparency, consistency, and accountability. Attended by over 100 governments worldwide, major international organizations, the Forum’s 1000 Partner companies, civil society leaders, experts, young innovators, social entrepreneurs, and the media, this event promises invaluable exchanges and collaborations.
“This opportunity aligns perfectly with our ethos of innovation and sustainability,” remarked Ashher Zafar, CEO and technical Co-Founder of PlanckDOT.
PlanckDOT, a leader in Digital Infrastructure Innovations, is rapidly emerging as a pivotal player in shaping the future of technology. With a mission to contribute to a greener planet, PlanckDOT envisions a world where innovative interventions transform everyday solutions. The company’s initiatives focus on improving the Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) ratio in data centres, aiming to achieve a PUE ratio of 1.0, signifying perfect efficiency in energy consumption.
Planck’s early successes in the Data Centre Segment uniquely position us to foster promising and sustainable collaborations at the World Economic Forum, said Ali Ahmed Saleem, CFO & Co-Founder, PlanckDOT.