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Swedish Data Center Professionals Visit CPI’s RD&T Center

Swedish Data Center Professionals Visit CPI’s RD&T Center

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BLOG-Swedish-Visit.jpgChatsworth Products’ (CPI) Research, Development & Training (RD&T) Center in Georgetown, Texas, recently had the pleasure of hosting a group of IT professionals from a Swedish association of physical computer environment, EKO.

The group visited the country to learn about data center design trends and best practices. The RD&T Center offers visitors the ability to observe real-world data center thermal testing and allows CPI to perform top-notch in-house product testing. 

In addition to visiting CPI’s RD&T Center, the group visited Anixter’s headquarters in Glenview, Ill., and data centers from United Airlines, Digital Reality and Orlando Health, all of which include CPI products.

Their last stop was Orlando and a visit to the Orlando Health data center, where CPI cabinets with Vertical Exhaust Ducts are installed.  

“The visit to Orlando Health appeared to be well received. A lot of the discussion centered around how they were operating the space and some of the design challenges,” CPI Senior Data Center Consultant, Steven Bornfield, who accompanied the group, said.

CPI invites you to visit our RD&T Center, speak with our staff and get a hands-on look at our products. For more information, go here.

Raissa Carey, eContent Specialist


Posted by Raissa Carey, eContent Specialist at 11/03/2014 09:40:30 AM


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