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CPI to Showcase Money-Saving, Quality Solutions at Critical Facilities Summit

October 04, 2013

 

 

Two-Post Standard Rack with Integrated Grounding

Chatsworth Products (CPI) will be presenting its latest data center solutions at Critical Facilities Summit in Charlotte, N.C., Oct. 21–23.

Facility Managers will have hands-on experience with our newest generation of the F-Series TeraFrame Cabinet, which will be showcased in CPI’s new standard color, Glacier White. A hit during many events, Glacier White is highly reflective, providing better visibility, thus reducing energy costs.

In addition, the design of CPI's Two-Post Standard Rack has recently been enhanced to include two grounding locations inside the rack channel. This ensures proper grounding and bonding, as well as reduction in labor time. An effective storage solution for patch panels and network switches, The Rack, as it’s popularly known, features a small footprint and unmatched sturdiness.

Intelligent power meets thermal innovation

ECONNECT-PDU-MAIN-RGB72.jpgFinally, don’t miss the opportunity to learn about the safe and efficient power-distribution capabilities of CPI’s eConnect Power Distribution Units (PDUs). Designed to withstand the heat loads of any hot aisle environment and available in more than 100 configurations, eConnect PDUs include optional local and network monitoring, and IP consolidation through built-in linking and remote control outlets.  

Come see us at Booth 500 for hands-on interaction with our products! 

Critical Facilities Summit strictly focuses on facility issues every manager or engineer wants to overcome: energy efficiency, availability, capacity, best practices for facility operations, and current thinking on design and construction strategies. For more information on the event, click here.

Raissa Carey, eContent Specialist

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