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Live Video Demonstrates How to Manage High Heat Loads in Your Data Center

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At our state-of-the-art Research, Development and Training Center (RD&T) in Georgetown, Texas, CPI continues to excel at developing and fine-tuning a variety of innovative and cost-effective solutions for peak performance in IT infrastructure.

In addition to our product showroom and training center, CPI is especially proud of the technical research and development being carried out in the Thermal Test Lab at our RD&T.

In this recently released video overview, CPI’s Thermal Design Manager, Travis North, gives us a live demonstration of CPI's Passive Cooling® Solution using F-Series TeraFrame® Cabinets operating at approximately 32 kW of IT load.

Watch the video and you’ll see how CPI's Vertical Exhaust Duct (VED) can provide an energy savings of 45% and beyond using the correct data center design and equipment framework, as well getting a first-hand glimpse at the hands-on approach CPI takes to remain on the cutting edge of thermal cooling techniques.BLOG-VIDEO-THERMAL-TEST.jpg 

And remember, whether you have a slab, raised or shared floor space, CPI’s Thermal Test Lab can be configured to simulate your data center environment – the perfect opportunity to schedule a personal demonstration and see the savings for yourself! Contact us at 800-834-4969 to learn more. Jeff Cihocki, eContent Specialist 

Posted by Jeff Cihocki, eContent Specialist at 10/11/2011 10:27:18 AM

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