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Join Us Next Week in London for Seminar on CPI Passive Cooling and KyotoCooling

September 15, 2009

London EnglandChatsworth Products EMEA in collaboration with KyotoCooling® is organising an exclusive seminar in London on Thursday 24th September from 3:00 – 6:00 pm. The theme of the event is Embrace Mother Nature. Two presentations are scheduled on Passive Cooling Technology by Ian Cathcart and An Innovative Cooling Solution by Dr Robert Sullivan. 

These topics will include issues such as how to minimise your PUE, reducing CO² and HFC emissions, saving up to 90% on cooling costs and achieving benefits from air exhaust. Use the CPI PUE Calculator™ to find out how KyotoCooling and CPI Passive Cooling Solutions® can improve the efficiency of your specific data center. The calculator takes your information and provides results based on that information.

About the presenters

Ian Cathcart has over fifteen years of experience in the telecommunications industry in areas ranging from cabling installations, manufacturing, laboratory testing, and developing and delivering BICSI certified courses. Since joining CPI in early 2008, Ian’s focus has been the identification and remediation of data centre cooling infrastructures by applying best practices to achieve maximum cooling results. Ian achieved BICSI RCDD designation in 2007 (11th Ed).

Dr. Robert Sullivan, or Dr. Bob, as he is commonly known within the uninterruptible uptime industry, joined ComputerSite Engineering and the Institute in 2000 after a 32-year career with IBM's Storage Systems Division in San Jose, CA. Prior to joining IBM, Dr. Bob received a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Northwestern University and an MS and Ph.D. in Applied Mechanics from Stanford University. In 1992, Dr. Bob originated the concepts now known as hot and cold aisle cooling.

If you would like to join us, call us on +44 (0) 1628 524 834 or email us at sbooluck@chatsworth.com. Spaces are limited. Shalini Booluck, Office Manager EMEA

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