Raritan, global provider of intelligent data center management and rack power distribution solutions, part of Legrand (also the parent company of data modular center solutions vendor, Minkels), will be sharing best practices for managing power in high-density data centers and reducing costs at next week’s AFCOM Data Center World Global Conference held in Las Vegas, March 14-18, 2016.
Data centers are increasingly facing new challenges as they fill cabinets with new and densely packed servers in order to save facility space and reduce energy costs. Henry Hsu, Vice President-Global Power Architecture at Raritan, will be speaking at AFCOM Data Center World on how to solve unexpected design challenges in high-density deployments and converged infrastructures.
Henry Hsu will share with attendees the three most common design criteria that can cause unexpected challenges in a high-power density data center, as well as share customer case studies and best practices for high-density deployments. His speaker session also will touch upon the unique power needs of converged infrastructures.
“Higher cabinet power densities can enable tremendous infrastructure and energy efficiencies,” said Henry Hsu. “But it can also create unintended deployment problems that can potentially compromise serviceability or uptime.”
Henry Hsu’s speaker session at AFCOM:
AFCOM Session PCE 3.4 - “Solving Unexpected Design Challenges in High-Density Deployments & Converged Infrastructures”
- When: Tuesday, March 15
- Time: 3:45 – 4:45 pm
- Location: Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas
- Room: Islander Ballroom
Raritan will also be showing its extensive portfolio of intelligent rack power distribution units, DCIM monitoring software, KVM switches, and other solutions for managing data center resources efficiently. Raritan‘s AFCOM Booth: # 833.