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Chatsworth Products Set to Exhibit and Present at Data Center World 2011

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DCW2011 LOGO.bmpThis March 27-31, the Mirage Hotel & Events Center in Las Vegas, NV plays host to the 2011 AFCOM Data Center World conference and trade show. As the largest global event of its kind, Data Center World is the premier and leading educational conference for data center professionals, RCDDs, contractors and IT infrastructure providers alike. 

Look for CPI to feature our thermal management solutions, GlobalFrame™ Cabinet, F-Series and N-Series TeraFrame® Cabinet Systems, and a full line of Rack and Cabinet PDUs.

In addition to our attendance and main exhibit hall display (booth #709), Chatsworth Products, Inc. (CPI) is proud to be an integral part of this year’s proceedings with CPI’s own Technical Applications Development Manager, Ian Seaton, set to deliver a keynote presentation entitled “Simple Models for Data Center Cooling Efficiency.”

The presentation will be delivered twice – Tuesday, March 29 at 1:15PM-2:15PM and Wednesday, March 30 at 9:15AM-10:15AM, giving all attendees an extra chance at hearing just how instrumental cooling is to both the capital and operating budget for a data center. With insider tips for design, equipment selection and an example of how CPI’s CFD Modeling can be used to verify a design and estimate a cooling operating budget, this presentation should offer something for everyone. Jeff Cihocki, eContent Specialist

Posted by Jeff Cihocki, eContent Specialist at 08/17/2012 07:35:24 AM

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