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February Webcasts from Future Facilities
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February Webcasts from Future Facilities
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03/02/2015 to 05/02/2015

When: 03/02/2015
Tuesday 3rd Feb & Thursday 5th Feb
Future Facilities



With increased demand on reducing overall energy consumption of data centers, organizations are moving away from conventional cooling methods to newer technologies such as “free cooling.” However, adopting such technologies requires understanding of the performance of not just the data center, but the individual components that comprise the entire cooling system and how they respond to the climate outside. The answers lie in the use of cfd simulation to visualize the entire cooling path before committing to a design. 

Join Future Facilities in this webcast to learn how you can use the power of computer simulation in your next data center design. The webcast will cover the use of 6SigmaDCX to create custom evaporative cooling and air-to-air heat exchanger units along with sophisticated control systems to create the best cooling delivery for your data center. 


Date and Time…

Date: Tuesday 3rd February 2015
Time: 09:00am PST / 12:00pm EST / 05:00pm GMT 

         11:00am PST / 02:00pm EST / 07:00pm GMT


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Many data center operators assume that future IT related changes demanded by the business can be accommodated within their infrastructures. But in reality, this assumption does not hold up. In fact, blind faith in operational best practices is the cause of performance problems that put the data center itself and hence the business as a whole at risk. Unfortunately, most companies don’t systematically assess performance or quantify risk. This keeps the problem hidden until it becomes severe enough to register on the DCIM dashboard. And by this time, the damage is done. 

Other industries such as oil and gas, automotive, aerospace and defense have standardized on computer simulation techniques to predict and analyze system performance. However, this approach is rare in the data center industry despite the documented benefits that have been realized in other industries. 

In this webcast, we will present a new measure of data center performance called “ACE” (availability, capacity and efficiency) that reveals the relationship between operational decisions and business outcomes. The ACE Score is currently being reviewed by The Green Grid for consideration to become a recommended data center performance measurement. 

Next, the audience will learn how a major, global bank uses computer modeling to make operational decisions that meet business requirements. The case study will describe specifically how computer modeling was used to safely raise the air temperatures within two mission critical facilities that save more than $1 million per year in energy bills while improving IT resilience and facility loading capacity.  


Date and Time…

Date: Thursday 5th February 2015

Time: 09:00am PST / 12:00pm EST / 05:00pm GMT 

         11:00am PST / 02:00pm EST / 07:00pm GMT


To register…Click here!



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