Data Center Web Seminar: Successful Data Center Power and Cooling Requires Scalable, Redundant, Modular and Energy Efficient Infrastructure
Broomfield, CO – March 18, 2008: Join 42U. on April 9th, as we host a complimentary web seminar,Successful Data Center Power and Cooling Requires Scalable, Redundant, Modular and Energy Efficient Infrastructure.
Gone are the days when you could simply focus on hardware costs to drive down your data center’s operating expenses. As utility rates continue to rise, floor space disappears and demands from business users grow, data centers are forced to identify the most efficient infrastructure solutions to meet four critical criteria:
Scalability – to allow increases in density as loads increase
Energy Efficiency – to reduce the cost of operations
Redundancy – to ensure system uptime
Modularity – to support the constant moves, adds, and changes (MAC)
Join Patrick Cameron, Director of Business Development at 42U, along with Daniel Kennedy and Jim Whitmore from Rittal Corporation as they discuss the growing demands on data centers and how Rimatrix®, a scalable, flexible data center solution, provides outstanding IT service and on-demand growth capability.
- Growing Energy Demands on Data Centers
- 4 Infrastructure Requirements to Optimize Power and Cooling
- Close-Couple Cooling
- Benefits of Closed vs. Open Architecture
- An Introduction to Water-cooled Cabinets
- Hardware, Real Estate, and Energy Savings
- Modular UPS
- Importance of Low Heat Dissipation
- Using a Modular Architecture
- Achieving High Power Efficiency Levels at Varying Loads
An Introduction to Rimatrix5: Enclosures, Power, Cooling, Security, and Monitoring
A Case Study: Guthrie Healthcare
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