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CPI Plans Data Center for Luxury Regents Emirates Pearl Hotel

July 13, 2015

CPI Case Study - CologixCase-Study-Emirates-Hotel.jpgThe Regents Emirates Pearl Hotel in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, is anticipated to be one of the most lavish hotels in the world. With help from Chatsworth Products (CPI), this deluxe space has a world class data center ready to accommodate its technological needs for years to come.

Regents Emirates Pearl Hotel wanted a green, energy efficient data center to coincide with the architectural design and sophistication. 

“The aim was to provide and design a solution that could bring energy efficiency and at the same time, protect our investment for 10-15 years. Therefore, future scalability was also important to us.”  

-Nabeel Siddiqi, Project Manager for Atlas Telecom

GF-Series GlobalFrame Gen 2 CabinetWith this goal in mind, CPI Passive Cooling® Solutions were chosen to allow cooling efficiencies in the data center to be maximized without the need for additional CRAC units, in-row air conditioners or liquid cooling solutions. This “free cooling” is achieved by properly isolating, redirecting and recycling hot exhaust air from cold supply air.

CPI’s Passive Cooling Solution was comprised of a Cold Aisle Containment (CAC) Solution, complete with doors and floor ceiling kits, GF-Series GlobalFrame® Cabinets, Monitored Vertical Power Distribution Units and accessories.

To read more about Regents Emirates Pearl Hotel and CPI solutions, visit the case study web page.

Shannon Erdley, Public Relations Specialist

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