AUSTIN, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 09/19/13 --
The pace of change in the data center is a constant due in part to the unrelenting cycle of the way these facilities process, store, and network data. Data center operators are required to balance increasing growth in capacity and density in the near term while planning for future business and IT needs.
To help operators better manage this change, Active Power (NASDAQ: ACPW) is providing an opportunity for attendees at AFCOM Data Center World (September 29 - October 2, Orlando) to hear about the effect of a transforming IT environment and how this can and will impact their critical power infrastructure design strategies.
WHAT: "Data Center Electrical Design that Aligns with Today's Realities" (PIS05)
WHEN:Monday, September 30, 9:40 - 10:30 a.m. (ET)
WHERE:Atlanta/Boston Room, Orlando World Center Marriott
Robert Hall, senior manager, Applications Engineering, at Active Power will explore why data center operators need to rethink the traditional approach to electrical design to better align physical infrastructure costs with IT costs. A skilled critical power systems engineer with more than 32 years of experience, Hall will review current solutions available in the market, their pros and cons, and which technologies will help meet operators' budget, availability, and efficiency goals for their data centers.
Active Power will showcase a demonstration unit of its recently introduced CleanSource High Density (CSHD) UPS at its tradeshow booth (#611). Rated at 750 kVA, CSHD is the most power dense UPS in its class and reduces operating expenses for operators due to its high energy efficiency, reduced cooling requirements, and low maintenance compared to an equivalent legacy UPS.
Active Power will also demonstrate to customers how they can better manage the infrastructure supporting their data center power requirements via a virtual tour of its new PowerHouse™ platform, a complete modular power solution. A new sleek touch screen booth display will provide a walk-through of the system and show attendees how they can lower electrical infrastructure capital costs and be up and operating significantly faster than a conventional build.
To follow the conversation during #DataCenterWorld, visit Active Power'sTwitter page which will be updated regularly.