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Standing Room Only: CPI Presentation is a Hit at Data Center World

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Data Center World 2013The 2013 AFCOM Data Center World Conference and Expo concluded yesterday after providing five days of some of the industry's best speakers, vendors, and networking activities. 

Attendees had the opportunity to attend more than 80 presentations, with one of the most popular being a presentation by Chatsworth Products (CPI) focusing on air containment strategies.

"Architecture vs. Airflow: How Containment Strategies Stack Up to Facilities' Challenges," presented by CPI Global Technology Manager Ian Seaton, was standing room only.  It was so popular, in fact, that it was presented a second time the following day as noted Data Center World's daily update, "Session Added: Due to attendee demand and exceeding room capacity, we are repeating the following session: FM 6.7 Architecture vs. Airflow: How Containment Strategies Stack Up to Facilities Challenges".

Interested in what you may have missed? Attend one our free Data Center Seminars or visit our Aisle Containment Solutions web page for a solution overview. Have a question about aisle containment strategies? Leave a comment below or contact us at 800-834-4969.

Kim Ream, Marketing Project Manager

Posted by Kim Ream, Marketing Project Manager at 05/03/2013 10:02:38 AM


I was in attendance at the Spring 2013 Data Center World in Las Vegas last week. I missed both presentations by Ian Seaton. Is a copy of the presentation available?
Posted by: Jim Prolsdorfer at 5/8/2013 12:44 PM

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