Why the Transition to 240/415 VAC Power? Get the Answer. Participate in a Virtual Roundtable.
July 30, 2020
Cabling Installation & Maintenance (CI&M)
is a pillar in the IT industry for offering and facilitating new learning opportunities. Chatsworth Products (CPI)
has taken advantage of being a part of those opportunties and we're excited to announce that CPI experts will be a part of CI&M's virtual Roundtable event
titled, "High-Density Networking Demands and Solutions" on August 11 at 2:00 PM EST.
So, What Will I Learn?
In any data center, real estate is at a premium. As a result, cabling and networking connections are packed as densely as possible. Often this density presents challenges in areas that include the installation and commissioning of cabling, to the physical and logical management of connected equipment, and the provision of sufficient power to each device.
This roundtable discussion includes an in-depth look at some of the challenges inherent in high-density environments, as well as some practical approaches to addressing those challenges.
Will I learn more about why data centers are transitioning to 240/415 VAC power?
Yes! CPI sales engineer and power management solutions expert, Andy Grav
, will discuss:
- the underlying factors that are driving data centers to make the switch from 277/480 VAC to 240/415 VAC.
- How higher density racks are driving changes in how power is delivered at the rack level.
- The recent advances in uninterruptible power supply.
- How transitioning to 240/415 VAC can eliminate some capital expense, or CAPEX in the transforming stages of the power distribution.
- And, why 240/415 VAC is primed to significantly reduce operational expense and total cost of ownership over traditional 27/480 VAC power systems.
Now, how can I register to attend?
If you want to participate in this Roundtable event or any others, reserve your spot today.
Hope to (virtually) see you there! In addition, if you have questions or comments for our expert panel, please provide them in the comment box below. We'll address them as soon as we're able.
Posted by Brittany Mangan, Digital Content Specialist at 7/30/2020 8:38:25 AM