|By Business Wire||
|May 30, 2014 10:00 AM EDT||
Upsite Technologies, Inc., a leader in data center airflow management solutions, today announced that Lars Strong, Senior Engineer, will be discussing Upsite’s data center airflow metric, the Cooling Capacity Factor (CCF) at the 7x24 Exchange International Conference, June 1-4.
The presentation, titled “Utilization of Computer Room Cooling Infrastructure: Measurement Reveals Opportunity (OPEX, CAPEX, Density),” will be held on Monday, June 2 at 4:20 p.m. Lars Strong will discuss the state of airflow management and explain how to calculate the CCF, what the measurement means for data centers, and how sites can maximize their capacity for cooling to achieve increased efficiency and financial gains. He will also outline several recent case studies to see how they implemented the CCF and achieved an impressive ROI on airflow management improvements.
“We are excited to share our knowledge gathered from 45 different data centers and explore how a few simple metrics such as the CCF can reveal how to right-size cooling infrastructure and gain real efficiency and financial improvements,” said Lars Strong, Senior Engineer with Upsite Technologies.
Upsite Technologies recently announced a new product offering, the AisleLok Modular Containment. Available in a rack top baffle and bi-directional doors, Upsite’s Modular Containment is an out-of-the box containment solution that can be self-installed in minutes.
About Upsite Technologies
Upsite Technologies®, Inc. is an industry leader in data center airflow management. Upsite provides a full suite of products and services designed to optimize data center cooling systems, allowing managers to maximize cooling capacity while reducing energy costs. Upsite distributes its award-winning line of services and products, including its KoldLok® raised-floor grommet, through leading channel partners in the data center industry throughout the United States, EMEA and the Asia Pacific regions.
Upsite Technologies, Inc. was founded in 2001 and included Ken Brill, creator of the Uptime Institute, a think tank dedicated to understanding, improving, educating and expanding awareness of uptime and optimal inefficiencies in data centers.
Additional information can be found at http://www.upsite.com.