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Free Webcast: The Rise of Hot Aisle Containment in Data Centers

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Free WebinarChatsworth Products (CPI) is co-sponsoring, “Cabling, Density and Heat Containment in Data Centers,” a free webcast produced by Cabling Installation & Maintenance (CI&M), Thursday, March 27 at 1 EDT.

The webinar will explore several areas of data center management and three important drivers of improved performance in these facilities. 

CPI’s Field Application Engineer, Tom Cabral, will discuss the aspects of a successful thermal management strategy in data centers by describing the concept of hot aisle containment, its practical uses and some of the newest methods of achieving airflow isolation. 

Additionally, Cabral will delve into some new state-level government requirements adopting the use of containment systems in data centers.

CPI offers industry-leading products that help data center managers achieve optimum thermal performance. These include a simple accessory such as our KoldLok® 2-Post Rack Grommet or the new Build to Spec Kit Hot Aisle Containment, a field-fabricated solution that is ideal for custom applications that have a mix of cabinets in varying heights, widths and depths.

Other topics to be explored include color-coding cabling capabilities and high-density cabling connections. Go here to register to the webcast.

Raissa Carey, eContent Specialist

Posted by Raissa Carey, eContent Specialist at 03/25/2014 11:22:32 AM

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