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Nov 10 2015

Integrating Design and Construction Reduces Risk & Increases Efficiency

Cohesive, integrated engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) offers data center owner’s considerable benefits. This approach will be compared to various traditional development methodologies, such as design, bid and build; design, build and integrated product delivery. The costs, benefits, risks and complexity of each model will be evaluated as applicable to mission critical facilities.


Design + Strategy

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Green Data Centers by Design

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SME data center operators can now get the same enviable PUE traction that their larger enterprise counterparts can achieve through complete control of their IT and data center footprints. The right co-lo model that included affordable hot-aisle containment, smart air flow management and green energy efficiency best practices can save money, provide greater power flexibility whole delivering economies of infrastructure scale not otherwise available to the smaller operator.


Design + Strategy

Will 380 VDC Power in the Data Center Gain Traction?

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Discuss the pros and cons of 380 VDC in the data center. Is DC power an upcoming trend or just a fad? Where are the 380 VDC data center facilities located today? What are the operating costs of DC compared to AC and what’s more efficient? Will services and maintenance be easier with 380 VDC or not? What are the safety factors you need to work with in a “live DC environment? What are the challenges for 380VDC implementation in either a new data center or existing one? What about integration with alternative energy sources?


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DCIM is Foundational to SDDC

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Data Center Infrastructure Management is emerging as an essential augmentation of the software defined infrastructure (SDI) framework. This session examines integrating the IT stack with facilities infrastructure stack through DCIM, helping transform the data center to the true SDDC -- and a competitive tool for cutting time to market for IT services and improving profitability.


Critical Environment

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