Maximizing Efficiency: Strategies for Improving Energy Savings for Data Center, Broadcast and SAT Uplink Facility Design

Presenter Herb Villa

Sr. Systems Consultant, IT Data Center Solutions, Rittal Corporation
Where: Turner Broadcasting
1000 Techwood St.
Atlanta, GA 30318
Date: February 13, 2017
Time: Dinner                        6:30 PM - 7:15 PM
Presentation starts      7:15 PM
Sponsorship: Rittal Corporation
Info: This a joint meeting between SMPTE, SSPI, SBE, and TAG (Technology Association of Georgia)

It used to be where you could just cool a computer room by directing cold air into the space, set the temperature to 68F degrees and the hot air would dissipate.

Then the data center was introduced, with characteristic raised floors, perforated tiles, and large AC units. All designed to maintain a constant cold temperature, which has proven to be both enduring and costly.

This has all changed. The network has moved beyond the traditional IT space, where IT components are now deployed into any space available from small rooms and closets to factory floors. As the Internet of Things continues to grow exponentially, these deployments will become more commonplace, resulting in new and unique demands for climate control and its components to maintain these individual installations.  And, we still need to continuously improve climate control in existing data center spaces to support growing installation densities and maximize efficiencies.

Together, we will examine this new and challenging environment. The goal is to make end-users aware of the challenges faced with distributed systems deployment and offer solutions to meet the most demanding installation criteria.
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