Event Date: August 1, 2013
Location: T5@LA Data Center, El Segundo
Future Facilities and No Limits Software, today announced that they are bringing their data center capacity seminar to Los Angeles. The complimentary, half-day seminar is designed to help data center and IT managers get a handle on data center power and cooling capacity.
The seminar, titled The Data Center Capacity Challenge: Are You Stranding Too Much Power Capacity in Your Data Center? will be held on Thursday, August 1st at 8:00 a.m., at T5’s LA Data Center in El Segundo.
The interactive seminar will feature demonstrations on how to create a virtual test facility that predicts and visualizes the outcome of power and cooling decisions before critical IT equipment is installed. The seminar’s end-user panel will provide guidance on using DCIM to optimize the configuration and layout of network servers, power distribution units and associated cooling systems to plan for future growth and avoid stranding power capacity. Additionally, attendees will hear about current data center incentives offered by Southern California Edison.
Speakers include Sherman Ikemoto, Director, Future Facilities North America; Paul Delaney Emerging Technologies Assessment Manager, Southern California Edison and Andrew Robinson, Principal Design Architect, Information Systems Architects.
Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from T5’s Senior Vice President of Operations, Joseph Parrino, who is responsible for 100% uptime across all of T5’s data centers. Prior to joining T5 Data Centers, Mr. Parrino was a Senior Facilities Manager for UPS, where he developed a Critical Power Distribution electrical architecture and rack standardization.
After enjoying breakfast and the educational presentations, attendees will have the chance to tour T5’s state-of-the-art 200,000 square foot data center.
Space is limited; those interested in registering or getting additional information for this complimentary seminar can visit www.milldampr.com/tdccc-la-registration.
About Future Facilities
Future Facilities is a leading provider of simulation software for the design, optimization and management of mission-critical facilities and data centers. A leader in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software, Future Facilities offers a suite of integrated software products that tackles the challenges of data center lifecycle engineering.
Additional information can be found here.
About No Limits Software
No Limits Software is a leading provider of data center management solutions, including automated asset and change management, capacity planning and real-time monitoring. Their RaMP solution allows you to understand and more effectively operate your data center. RaMP monitors both IT and Facilities equipment to improve system availability, manage power and increase data center energy efficiency by providing accurate capacity planning data. RaMP is a scalable solution and was designed to facilitate integration with existing data center management platforms.
No Limits Software was founded by David Cole, a recognized industry leader in data center management solutions. His previous company, The Advantage Group, provided data center management solutions to leading companies worldwide before being acquired in 2007 by Aperture (a division of Emerson Network Power).
Additional information can be found here.
About T5 Data Centers
T5 Data Centers (T5) is a leading national data center owner and operator, committed to delivering customizable, scalable data centers that provide an “always on” computing environment to power mission critical business applications. T5 Data Centers provides enterprise and wholesale colocation data center services to organizations across North America using proven, best-in-class technology and techniques to design and develop facilities that deliver the lowest possible total cost of operations for its clients. T5 currently has business-critical data center facilities in Atlanta, Los Angeles, Dallas, and Charlotte with new projects announced in Portland and Colorado. All of T5’s data center projects are purpose-built facilities featuring robust design, redundant and reliable power and telecommunications and have 24-hour staff to support mission-critical computing applications.