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Free Virtual Event: Best Practices for a Healthy Data Center

December 12, 2014


Shands Data CenterJoin CPI and Anixter on Tuesday, December 16 for the opportunity to engage with leaders in data center thermal management during a free virtual event titled "Thermal Efficiency: Best Practices for a Healthy Data Center". 

New facilities need to have flexible designs to support future growth over the next decade with minimal capital investment. 

One of the best ways to reduce operational expenses is to design a highly efficient data center cooling system. At this live webinar, you will learn about various cooling and containment technologies, modern design trends, as well as best practices that mitigate risk and save money by keeping a data center’s thermal management system healthy, including:

  • Airflow design and management best practices
  • Fine tuning the data center’s breathing through temperature and pressure adjustments
  • Monitoring the airflow’s circulation throughout the facility by using environmental sensors and active control.
Agenda (CST): 
12:45 p.m. Virtual environment opens 

1:00 p.m. Video presentation begins
1:30 p.m. Real-time panel discussion with industry experts (see list below), live Q&A from audience
2:00 p.m. Virtual trade show opens

Panelists include: Robert Sullivan, Ph.D. Independent Consultant, Thomas McKinney, Forsythe Data Centers and Jason dePreaux, IHS Technology

All attendees will earn (1) BICSI CEC credit. 

Register today.
Kim Ream, Marketing Project Manager

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