BOGOTA, Colombia, 16 April 2014 – Chatsworth
Products (CPI) will present its energy-efficient and cost-effective thermal
management products and solutions at the 2014 BICSI CALA District Andino Conference
and Exhibition, 14 – 15 May at El Cuba in Bogota, Colombia.
CPI will be presenting its GlobalFrame Gen 2
The second generation of GlobalFrame is available in a wide variety of sizes,
features smarter airflow management and supports CPI’s Passive Cooling
technology, which has been proven to reduce energy costs by up to 40 percent.
The cabinet will be displayed in Glacier White, which is highly reflective,
helps brighten narrow equipment rows, provides better visibility and reduces
CPI’s new Electronic Lock Kit
will be installed on the cabinet for customers to test. ELS enhances security over
standard mechanical and combination locks. They eliminate the need for keys, as
each lock can be programmed with multiple access codes and supports three
levels of administrative rights to allow access-only rights to different staff
Additionally, Victor Bañuelos, CPI’s
Technical Manager for Latin America, will give insight into why Passive Cooling
is one of the most cost-efficient ways to design up to 30kW per rack in
high-density data centers. With more than 20 years of experience in the
has become an expert in Passive Cooling and Thermal Management. He is an
electrical engineer from Tecnológico de Monterrey (1997) and a CDCDP from CNET.
Stop by booth 15 to view the products, as
well as learn about CPI’s new mobile apps available to assist IT and
telecommunications professionals select and order the right products, while on
the go. For more information about the apps, visit CPI’s website.