Webcast: Keeping Data Centers Cool


When: May 31, 2006
Time: 1:00 p.m. (CDT)
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Loss of servers from overheated computer rooms is a critical issue for mission-critical operations.
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Panelists include:

  • Steve Spinazzola , P.E. LEED A.P. RTKL. Steve will present a case study on RTKL's Highmark Data Center, which earned LEED certification and employed a high delta-T cooling/precision cooling solution.

  • Don Beatty , chairman of ASHRAE TC9.9 committee. Don will address how engineers can make the most improvements in processor and blade server technology. He'll also speak to trends observed at the recent Data Center Dynamics Conference in New York, where he was a keynote speaker.

  • Chris Kurkjian from EYP Mission Critical. Chris will take a wholistic approach to designing an HVAC and humidification system for a data center.

Learn the latest design trends and building system solutions used to keep data centers cool.

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