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International Event: CPI to Present at BICSI CALA Mexico 2015

March 02, 2015


Chatsworth Products (CPI) is participating in the 2015 BICSI CALA Mexico Conference and Exhibition, March 18-19 at Hotel Marriott Reforma, in Mexico City.

Local IT and communications (ITC) professionals will gather at one of the industry’s top events to learn about the latest data center technologies and trends in the region.

Victor-Banuelos.jpgCPI’s Victor Bañuelos, Technical Manager, CDCDP™, Uptime Institute Accredited Tier Designer, will give an insightful presentation on the “Cooling Concepts for an Efficient Data Center Design.” 

Additionally, CPI will be at Booth #12 displaying a highly customizable Aisle Containment Solution, the Build to Spec (BTS) Kit Hot Aisle Containment. The BTS Kit is ideal for retrofit applications over a mix of cabinets, including cabinets of varying heights, widths and depths.

Long-term savings in the data center depend largely on a holistic infrastructure design and cutting-edge thermal management products and solutions, such as the ones CPI provides.

If you need help designing or improving your data center or communication room in Latin America, but can’t attend the conference, please contact CPI’s office in Mexico City to speak with Bañuelos about a solution that will best fit your needs.

To register to the event, click here.

Raissa Carey, eContent Specialist

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