WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif., April 2011—Chatsworth Products, Inc. (CPI), a global manufacturer providing voice, data and security products and service solutions that optimize, store and secure technology equipment invites guests to join them on May 17-18 in Helena, Mont. for the KyotoCooling® Conference.
CPI, partners and guests will visit the first U.S. data center to use the remarkably efficient, energy recovery wheel air-to-air heat exchange cooling system known as KyotoCooling. At the conference, CPI and leading industry experts will discuss the latest developments, financial metrics and how to design, build and maintain a KyotoCooling system.
• Chatsworth Products, Inc., Ian Seaton
• Uptime Institute, “Dr.Bob” Sullivan
• Total Site Solutions, Eric Fournier
• State of Montana, Mike Krings, Mike Boyer and Joe Triem
Please join CPI to learn how KyotoCooling is a maintainable, fault-tolerant way to reduce the cooling energy budget for a data center to less than 10 percent of the IT load energy budget while viewing results from previous installation and construction projects as well as a third party engineering assessment.
Also, discover how CPI’s various containment solutions allow operating set-points that maximize KyotoCooling benefits and how the State of Montana has been reporting “cooling-only” PUE’s of less than 1.1! In addition, guests will get a firsthand tour of Montana’s working site, as well as a remote tour of the KyotoCooling test site in Amersfoort, Netherlands, including AirLull and ECO controller demos.
The entire conference will include 14 hours of classroom instruction, a two-hour data center tour, a three night stay at a nearby hotel, four meals, live entertainment and transportation to all events. To register for the two-day KyotoCooling Conference and tour and view the full agenda please visit chatsworth.com/kyotocooling-seminar.