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CPI’s Experts to Address Networking, Seismic Concerns for Telecommunications Equipment at BICSI

September 08, 2014

N-Series TeraFrame Gen 3 Network CabinetTwo Chatsworth Products (CPI) experts will deliver unique presentations on airflow management and seismic considerations for networking and telecommunications equipment during the highly regarded BICSI Fall Conference and Exhibition in Anaheim, Calif. Sept 28 - Oct. 2.

CPI’s Global Technology Consultant, Ian Seaton, will explain how to achieve an effective airflow strategy in a network cabinet on Wednesday, Oct. 1 at 10: 30 a.m. 

On that same day, at 3 p.m., Samuel Rodriguez, Product Manager for Cabinets & Thermal Solutions, will present “Considerations for Supporting Technology Equipment in Seismic Environments.” 

At the show floor, CPI will be at Booth 310 showcasing two recently released CPI cabinets—N-Series TeraFrame® Gen 3 Network Cabinet System and the Z4-Series SeismicFrame® Cabinet System, as well as other solutions.

CPI will also be exhibiting at the Critical Facilities Summit Sept. 29 – Oct. 1, in Charlotte, N.C. Stop by Booth 505 to learn how to prevent equipment downtime with CPI’s new Remote Infrastructure Management (RIM) System, or get hands-on interaction with eConnect® Power Distribution Units (PDUs), CPI’s intelligent power solution for high-efficiency data centers, and more. 

For more information, or to register for the BICSI Fall Conference, go here. For more information on Critical Facilities, or to register, go here.

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