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5G, or 5th generation cellular wireless networking, is not just an increase in speed over 4G LTE, it is a complete redesign of the cellular wireless network. 5G promises orders of magnitude increases in bandwidth for users and to eventually enable remote sensing for the most complex IoT applications. But first, the network needs to be updated and expanded. 5G will involve hundreds of thousands of sites, millions of users and eventually billions of things. Is your network ready?
Attend this webinar to discover:
  • What 5G and who is using it
  • New 5G standards and implementation time frames
  • The fundamental shift in cellular networks closer to users Protecting 5G equipment in harsh environments

Join CPI Field Application Engineer, Tom Cabral, as he provides points for consideration when supporting 5G networks.

Data Center Administrators are being tasked with delivering more compute, while retaining optimal efficiency levels. Additionally, there are energy efficiency targets that must be met to address current environmental laws. To address these challenges, containment strategies are needed to provide thermal management, improve data center operational efficiency and reclaim lost power. It’s critical to ensure that airflow is well controlled and that hot/cold aisle containment is in place to improve airflow and cooling efficiency.

This webinar will discuss:

  • Understanding and controlling airflow patterns
  • Types of containment, their advantages and costs
  • Challenges and strategies for containment retrofits

Join CPI Product Application Specialist, Tom Cabral, as he shares years of field application expertise and provides practical steps to help manage data center cooling and improve energy efficiency – especially in existing data centers.

In many data centers, particularly multi-tenant facilities, physical security that meets legal and corporate data security requirements is required. Traditionally, server cabinets use keyed locks, which presents several challenges, including maintaining accountability for keys and preventing unauthorized access. One solution is to use electronic locks to provide remote control and monitoring of locks, including setting alarms and recording access attempts. However, there is a perception that these systems are too expensive. 
Join this webinar to discover the affordability and effectiveness of a single, simplified solution that uses network consolidation to maximize your return on investment.

Join CPI Power Engineer, Andy Grav, as he shares years of electrical/electronic expertise and provides practical insights into managing physical security in data centers.

If your business is involved in discrete manufacturing, process industry, transportation and logistics, retail, health care, utilities or energy and natural resources, then you are–or will soon be–adopting Internet of Things (IoT). This brings new challenges for managing IT networks.

Attend this webinar to experience:

  • Recent survey data from 451 Research on trends in Digitization of the Factory from the perspective of Operational Technologists
  • Top use cases for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)
  • Current project focus of IT/OT teams
  • Protecting technology investments in non-traditional environments, including extending the IT network
  • Protecting the wireless overlay
  • Securing compute and data storage resources (Edge Computing)

Join Rich Karpinski, Research Director for Voice of the Enterprise - IoT at 451 Research, and David Knapp, Product Marketing Manager at Chatsworth Products (CPI), to receive actionable information to help you meet the challenges of IIoT.

As Power over Ethernet (PoE) continues to grow, so does the demand for applications with increased power. To address this, an amendment to the Ethernet standard IEEE 802.3bt was recently published in draft form. Complying with the new standard will require not just an upgrade of the network switch, but possibly an upgrade of your network cabling.

Attend this webinar to learn about:

  •  How to better prepare for the impact of PoE++ on your network
  • Considerations for selecting the appropriate cable management strategy to reduce heat buildup in existing cables
  • Novel cable management technologies that facilitate and help you do your job more effectively
  • Cable management accessories that allow for easy installation and protection of cables, even in harsh environments

Attendance for this webinar is worth 1 BICSI credit.

Anthem Inc. is undergoing a transformation in their data centers, migrating from open hot/cold aisles to contained aisles and cabinets. Their journey demonstrates the challenges faced by many air-cooled data centers.

Are you faced with the same challenge?

This webinar demonstrates the real-world benefits of:

  • Utilizing a data-driven approach in the planning and deployment of your containment strategies
  • Leveraging Variable Frequency Drives in air handlers to lower cooling costs
  • Transforming a data center into an easy-to-manage, contained space while minimizing CAPEX
  • The value of strong partnerships, and the importance they play in a successful outcome

Join CPI’s thermal expert, John Thompson, as he describes a unique design process and discusses challenges that can arise.

CPI power expert, Ashish Moondra, will discuss the different elements within the white space that need to be managed, related challenges and ways to overcome them.

  • Select appropriate level of power management for data center white space
  • Maintain high availability within compute environments with proper environmental management
  • Determine physical access control solutions that ensure data security
  • Simplify white space management through an affordable, easy to deploy integrated approach

You have invested in intelligent PDUs, but are you using enjoying all of the benefits? As data center environments become more complex, user requirements and solutions for rack power distribution are changing and intelligent PDUs are taking the front seat in investments. This presentation will cover the benefits of intelligent PDUs and describe important capabilities that help boost the return on investment (ROI) in the short and long term.

Attend this webinar to discover:

  • Learn how intelligent PDUs simplifies cabinet-level power management in complex environments
  • Maximize savings and optimize operations with integrated hardware, IP consolidation and DCIM software
  • Understand why you need outlet monitored and switched capabilities to maximize site uptime and capacity optimization
Join CPI Power Engineer, Matt Burkle, as he discusses ways to get the most out of your PDU investment.

Historically, limited space or architectural restraints have been the primary concern for managing white space within the data center. Today, with the use of higher density equipment, power consumption is a growing constrain and concern. The question becomes: how can I use power products on the market today to effectively reduce and control power consumption—and, at the same time, optimize my operations and reduce costs?

Attend this webinar to learn more about how to:

  • Use intelligent hardware to monitor and manage power consumption effectively
  • Avoid wasting power by over-cooling the data center
  • Ensure you're using data collected from intelligent hardware effectively and proactively

Join power monitoring solutions experts from Chatsworth Products (CPI), Sunbird Software and IHS Markit™ during this free webinar on Apr. 4 at 10 a.m. CST to gain insight into the intelligent monitoring market, plus best practices, implementation strategies, use cases and lessons learned. 

The growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0 require additional telecom, data and computing services closer to the end user to minimize latency, risk and cost.  These edge networks are being deployed everywhere including warehouses, manufacturing floors, and even more remote outdoor locations.   In this webinar, you will:
  • Learn the 4 pillars of a successful edge deployment: environment, security, thermal management and monitoring  
  • Review several use cases showing novel applications that extend the network into new environments
  • Understand the value of personalized consultation and engineering services to meet the unique needs of the edge
As the proliferation of the Internet of Things (IoT) and edge computing and storage continues at a breakneck pace, the rules of the game are changing and your traditional telecom room needs a makeover. Not only is the need for larger, heavier equipment driving new rack designs and more innovative, space-saving cable management and enclosure solutions, it’s shining a light on just how critical a solid power management strategy (complete with monitoring) really is to optimizing site utilization, no matter where your site takes you—including the most nontraditional edge environments where environmentally rated enclosures become even more important.

Join CPI’s David Richards, Product Manager for Open Systems, as he reveals what the traditional telecom room makeover will require and why now’s the time to plan for the future. 
With recent advances in uninterruptible power supply (UPS)—including the introduction of transformerless UPSs and Energy Saver Mode, more U.S. data centers are making the switch from 480/208 VAC to 415/240 VAC. 

Join CPI Power Experts Andy Grav and Matt Burkle as they discuss the underlying factors driving this transition and why 415/240 VAC is primed to significantly reduce OPEX/CAPEX and total cost of ownership over traditional 480/208 VAC power systems.

Learning Objectives: 

1) Understand how new advancements in uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) are driving the transition from 480/208 VAC to 415/240 VAC power systems in data 

2) Calculate the cost savings that 415/240 VAC power systems has on capital and operational expenditures

3) Learn how 415/240 VAC intelligent rack power distribution units (PDUs) can distribute nearly twice the power on the same copper to achieve multiple reductions.
2020 is poised to be an exciting year for Information and Communications Technology (ICT) infrastructure professionals. In the data center, facilities engineers will need to manage higher rack power densities while tracking and monitoring equipment across an increasingly diverse hybrid network. On premise, administrators will need to upgrade networks to support faster Wi-Fi 6 and 5G access speeds, including upgrades to Power over Ethernet (PoE) to support higher power demands from equipment. And in manufacturing, industrial and commercial sites, systems integrators will need to add more sensors to continue monitoring for automation.
That means extending the network and placing new network connections in unfamiliar environments, while the corresponding increase in time-sensitive upstream data will mean placing some compute and storage back on the premise and closer to workloads to supplement existing data centers.
Finally, PoE and digital power for building lighting, automation and appliances are just starting to gain traction. These could revolutionize commercial building power distribution systems and bring new requirements for low voltage contractors.
With more equipment in more locations, how do you ensure reliable and secure facilities? Join CPI Product Marketing Manager, David Knapp, as he provides an overview of 2020 ICT infrastructure trends and explains how a focus on cabinet/rack-level solutions can help you ensure the reliability and security needed in this new day and age.
In a reality where cabinet densities are rising—with recent research stating upwards of 10 kW per rack, on average—increasing energy efficiency and keeping operating costs down in the data center has never been so relevant; yet challenging.  The good news is that redirecting heat through airflow containment won’t bust your budget. Join Chatsworth Products’ Tom Cabral and Critical Environments Groups’ Rob Huttemann as they discuss the best practices and benefits of cabinet-level containment as well as tips to create a future-ready, efficient data center and ensure uptime. 
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is widely used for predicting and optimizing the cooling performance of existing data centers and designing more efficient new data centers. This presentation demonstrates how a CFD software product can be used to examine the cooling conditions of data centers, evaluate various remedies, and emphasize the need to properly implement containment solutions when applicable. This includes several case studies of real-life data centers in which the CFD technique was used to implement containment solutions correctly and effectively.
Lauren Kallail
Training & Development Manager
Phone: 469-978-2162