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Online Learning Seminar Now Available for Certification and Credits, “Energy Efficiency in Data Centers: The Importance of Airflow Management and Monitoring”

June 29, 2017

CPI AEC Course - BLOG-AEC-COURSE-JUN2017.jpgData centers—some consuming up to 200X the energy of comparably sized office space—are rapidly evolving in numbers, size, location, and energy demands. These facilities are frequently becoming integrated into other buildings and the purview of the architecture. What is the data center impact on building design? What are the most effective design approaches that building designers can employ to control their capital and operating costs, spatial needs, and energy consumption?

These are all questions that are addressed and answered during a Chatsworth Products (CPI) sponsored, AIA-approved Online Learning Seminar, “Energy Efficiency in Data Centers: The Importance of Airflow Management and Monitoring,” available through AEC Daily. By registering for this Online Learning Seminar, you’ll walk away with valuable learning and will be able to:

  • Develop solutions that will significantly improve the overall energy efficiency of buildings involving data centers
  • Integrate energy efficiency and best practices into data center design exercises that traditionally prioritized reliability and high power density capacity
  • Identify the most effective data center airflow management techniques that lower data center energy needs
  • Control capital and operating costs in data center design
  • Dialogue effectively with design teams that include data center experts.

Beyond offering valuable learning, this course is eligible for American Institute of Architects (AIA) learning credits as well as other continuing education credits and recertifications including:

  • AIA LU/HSW hour: 1.0
  • AIA/CES Learning units: 1.50
  • USGBC/GBCI CE hours: 1.50
  • And many more!

Register for this Online Learning Seminar today or download our whitepaper, “Data Center Airflow Management Basics: Economics of Containment Systems,” to learn more.

On the look-out for more online courses or in-person training that can increase your knowledge of industry trends and best practices, plus provide you the opportunity to receive continuing education credits? Take a moment to view all of CPI’s BICSI and AIA-approved courses.

Brittany Mangan, Digital Content Specialist

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