Interested in learning about two of the industry’s most innovative solutions designed to dramatically increase efficiency and effective cooling in your data center? If so, attend the Webinar “Game Changers in Data Center Efficiency,” where you will discover the unique airflow isolation techniques provided by CPI Passive Cooling® Solutions including the Vertical Exhaust Duct System, and the revolutionary self-contained Data Center in a Row (DCR) solution.
Expert Panelist Will Discuss How To:
- Dramatically reduce power and cooling consumption costs
- Mitigate problem cooling areas and hot spots
- Upgrade equipment to higher heat and power densities utilizing
- Convert existing space, room or building into a data center
- Provide a modular approach for data center growth - add to the
system, relocate as needed
To Register, Click on the Date You Want to Attend:
November 10, 2009 – 2:00-3:00 pm EST
November 12, 2009 – 2:00-3:00 pm EST
Once registered, you will receive an email confirming your registration with information you need to join the Webinar.
About the Expert Panelists:
Ian Seaton, Technical Applications Development Manager, Chatsworth Products Inc.
Ian has been with CPI since 1998. His specialties include data center energy budget development and analysis. He was the Editor of the Rack and Cabinet section for the BICSI 942 Data Center Design Standard and was also a thermal consultant to the Mechanical Working Group. Ian will discuss in detail CPI's Vertical Exhaust Duct System.
Rodger Gooch, President, Modular Integrated Solution, Inc.
Rodger is the visionary behind the creation of Data Center in a Row. He has spent over 25 years in the data center industry and developed the DCR as a solution to meet the most critical needs of small to medium data center applications
Rick Barr, Director - System Engineering, AFL Network Services
Rick has over 20 years in the design and installation practices within the telecommunications industry with a major focus on data centers. He has been a BICSI member since 1995 and received his RCDD certification in 1997. The awareness and attention of power and cooling requirements and issues surrounding these are something that he takes a special interest in. Kim Ream, Sr. eCommerce Specialist