EDISON, NJ -- (Marketwire) -- 01/18/13 -- Demonstrating its thought leadership and industry expertise in Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM), FieldView Solutions today announced a Webinar focusing on power savings and energy efficiency in today's data center. Led by EMA Research Director Steve Brasen, the complimentary event details how companies are able to minimize data center cooling costs while revealing results from an in-depth research project with ten detailed case studies. The Webinar is being held on Thursday, January 24th at 11 AM PST/2 PM EST. To register please visit: http://research.enterprisemanagement.com/fieldview-solutions-quantifying-data-center-efficiency-webinar.html.
Entitled, "Data Center Efficiency: See How You Compare," the Webinar reveals the complex challenges facing data center managers today. In addition, EMA will underscore results from its independent research, focusing on real-world scenarios for minimizing cooling costs via adoption of data center efficiency solutions. Attendees will also learn how to achieve broader energy efficiency, cut power costs through reduced cooling methods, and streamline overall data management processes.
"Facilities managers and IT personnel are striving to find new methods to optimize their data centers as the amount of information being processed continues to rapidly grow," said FieldView Solutions CMO Sev Onyshkevych. "This Webinar hits these challenges head-on, by offering a resource for attendees to gauge energy efficiency levels against their peers as well as gain valuable insight on proven methods for optimizing the data center."
Simply put: minimizing cooling costs reduces energy consumption -- less cooling equals less power. Brasen and Onyshkevych will detail how to effectively achieve optimal cooling temperatures without jeopardizing the data center as well as additional topics including:
•Minimizing cooling costs via thermal management
•Maximizing revenues from co-location
•Streamlining data center management with full visibility
•Identifying functionality necessary for infrastructure management
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