AFCOM’s 2014 Data Center World Conference is taking place April 28–May 2 at the Mirage Resort, Las Vegas, and Chatsworth Products (CPI) has a lineup of incredible product releases that you can’t miss.
Don’t believe us? We give you six reasons why you shouldn’t miss Booth 813:
1. Interact with the ultimate network cabinet, the new N-Series TeraFrame® Gen 3 Network Cabinet. Featuring complete airflow isolation like no other cabinet in the market today, the N-Series TeraFrame supports and protects network switches, regardless of size or model.
2. See how the software interface of our intelligent power distribution units (PDUs), eConnect®, is intuitive and user-friendly. CPI’s Sr. Product Manager of Power, Electronics & Software, Anderson Hungria, will be there to answer questions (He’ll also give a presentation on cabinet power distribution on Tuesday, April 29 from 3-4 p.m.).
3. Experience CPI’s Power Management Tool, which is debuting at Data Center World. It allows for monitoring, alerting, trending, mapping and managing connectivity at the cabinet level with one convenient, single web-based interface.
4. Witness the extreme adaptability and simplicity of our Build To Spec (BTS) Kit Hot Aisle Containment (HAC) Solution. This easy-to-order, field-fabricated solution is ideal for custom, retrofit applications that have a mix of cabinets in varying heights, widths and depths. The BTS Kit arrives on a pallet and includes eight unique components to field-fabricate over a contained aisle.
5. Learn about the many benefits and cost-saving opportunities CPI's solutions offer. Learn about the recently released high-density eConnect PDUs, CPI’s F-Series TeraFrame® Gen 3 Cabinet System, and an Open Architecture solution featuring Evolution® Cable Management and OnTrac® Wire Mesh Cable Tray.
6. Take note of what a data center complete of cabinets and open architecture products in Glacier White looks like. A sensation in many events, Glacier White is highly reflective, helps brighten narrow equipment rows, provides better visibility and reduces energy costs. (To view what a real data center in Glacier White looks like, be sure to read this case study about a colocation provider in Oregon)
Stop by Booth 813. You won’t regret it.