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Chatsworth Products Included in Top 20 Most Promising IT Infrastructure Providers of 2016

November 11, 2016

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As the data center industry grows and delves into new frontiers, a holistic approach is required to lessen the budgetary strain, while maintaining a facility that can boost equipment, business and operations, in addition to being energy efficient. However, few excel in surpassing these expectations.

Through extensive annual market analysis, CIOReview identified the emerging players in the technology landscape and showcased their expertise, products, services and solutions in solving impediments and overcoming market complexities. Chatsworth Products (CPI) was one of the top 20 chosen.

Since its inception in 1991, CPI has proven to be an industry disruptor. CPI’s groundbreaking Passive Cooling® technology, for example, resulted in a shift in the way companies designed and managed their data centers. Most recently, CPI has been presented with industry awards for its cutting-edge approach to cable and power management solutions.

During an exclusive interview with CIOReview, Michael Custer, CEO of CPI, discussed CPI’s expert engineering and agile manufacturing practices, which have enabled the company to meet customers’ changing needs with a level of customization uncommon in the industry.

“We discovered ways to help distribution avoid holding big, expensive enclosures by building only when the customer needed it, and no sooner” explains Custer.

To learn more, click here to read the CIOReview article.

Shannon Erdley, Public Relations Specialist

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