WEBINAR: Push vs. Pull: Rising Rack Densities & The Cooling Conundrum
Join Data Center Frontier's Editor in Chief Rich Miller and Aligned CEO Andrew Schaap for an informative webinar on the need for more dynamic infrastructure and cooling systems in data centers.
As customers continue to accelerate their digitalization, power density has become a critical metric in the design, capacity planning, and the cooling capabilities of data centers. With the increase in required computing power from business applications and high performance computing (HPC), as well as the ensuing demand for greater rack density, legacy data centers are finding they have to change the way they think about design.
The need to address varying power densities and provide flexible, efficient, and sustainable scale means data centers must shift to a more dynamic infrastructure to keep pace with both their customers and their competitors.
Register today, at no cost, for the webinar, “Push vs. Pull: Rising Rack Densities & The Cooling Conundrum,” scheduled for April 22 at 2 p.m. EST.
Join Data Center Frontier’s Editor in Chief Rich Miller for an hour long webinar on April 22, 2021 at 2pm. Rich and Aligned CEO Andrew Schaap will discuss the need for more dynamic infrastructure and cooling systems in data centers.
Attendees will learn specific strategies to future-proof their IT environments and expand on demand. Miller and Schaap will also discuss:
- The benefits of densification, and why the legacy data center density status quo is no longer good enough
- How and why the data center cooling challenge is actually a heat removal challenge
- How densification translates to lower TCO, minimized CapEx investment, better efficiencies and lower PUE
There will be a live question and answer session during the event.
Don’t miss this live webinar and discussion on Thursday, April 22. Register today for “Push vs. Pull: Rising Rack Densities & The Cooling Conundrum.”
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