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Free Webinar: New and Proven Trends and Strategies for Cooling High-Density Data Centers

Free Webinar: New and Proven Trends and Strategies for Cooling High-Density Data Centers

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Chatsworth Products is sponsoring a one-hour Mission Critical webinar titled "New and Proven Trends and Strategies for Cooling High-Density Data Centers" on Tuesday, May 4 at 2 pm Eastern. Topics include:

  • New ASHRAE temperature recommendations
  • The use of free cooling
  • Hot and cold-aisle containment
  • Ways to identify and eliminate hot spots

Speakers include:

Bruce Myatt, KlingStubbins, is a registered Mechanical Engineer, founder of the Critical Facilities Roundtable, and Director of Projects at KlingStubbins Mission Critical. He has over 25 years of engineering consulting experience working with facilities such as data centers, clean rooms, semiconductor fabs, nuclear power plants, and DOE's nuclear weapons production facilities. He has recently led work for LBNL and PG&E related to data center energy efficiency benchmarking, technology demonstration, design assist, and retro-commissioning programs.

Ralph Renne, Director of Site Operations, Workplace Resources, NetApp, has over 25 years of facilities industry experience, having a wide range of experience that includes new corporate campus development to major energy and data center projects. He is currently the director of Site Operations for NetApp, responsible for the energy budget and critical infrastructures of their Data Centers located at their Sunnyvale Headquarters site.

Click here for more information and to register. Kim Ream, Sr. eCommerce Specialist


Posted by Kim Ream, Sr. eCommerce Specialist at 10/11/2011 10:03:52 AM


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