Data Center Uptime Event to Feature Utilities Industry Expert Mark Bramfitt and Joseph Parrino of T5 Data Centers
March 17, 2014 by FindMyHost News
Web Hosting Services – Atlanta, GA. – AdaptivCOOL, Paragon International, INC, RLE Technologies, and Upsite Technologies, today announced that they have teamed up for a complimentary Wine & Wisdom event designed to facilitate conversation and give data center end-users the best practices needed to optimize facility environments while maintaining data center uptime.
The event entitled Keeping the Up in Uptime will be held on Thursday, April 3, in Atlanta, GA from 4:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Several speakers will explore themes of efficiency and optimizing the data center for energy savings and how to avoid uptime disasters. The evening event will feature noted utilities and IT Consultant, Mark Bramfitt and T5 Data Centers’ Joseph Parrino.
As the former designer and director of PG&E’s data center and IT program, Mark Bramfitt will make the case that better insight and management of a cooling infrastructure yields tangible benefits – in energy and cost savings, reclaimed capacity, and better reliability and uptime. Additionally, Mark will provide an overview of the utility incentive landscape and available incentives for data center projects.
Joseph Parrino, Senior Vice President of Data Center Operations for T5 Data Centers will discuss how attendees can optimize their facilities’ environmental conditions to maintain uptime and improve performance. In his role at T5 Data Centers, he is responsible for providing 100% uptime at T5’s seven facilities and is the technical liaison between T5 and its tenants. Prior to joining T5, he was a Senior Facilities Manager for UPS, where he developed a Critical Power Distribution electrical architecture and rack standardization.
“Many data center operators are overcooling, running cooling equipment into the ground, and experiencing hot spots that could spell trouble,” said Mark Bramfitt. “I look forward to helping attendees understand that better management of cooling infrastructure can lead to better reliability and uptime.”
Held at The Wiley, the event will feature a selection of wines for tasting and a local sommelier. Additionally, attendees will be automatically entered to win a $500 American Express gift card.
Additional details and registration for the event can be found here.
AdaptivCOOL, a technology brand of Degree Controls Inc., has drawn upon two decades of airflow and thermal engineering to offer a complete Intelligent Airflow Management system for data centers called Demand Based Cooling (DBC). AdaptivCOOL’s dynamic airflow solution mitigates thermal problems in real-time, increasing operational efficiency and IT safety at the rack, aisle, and facility levels.
Additional information can be found at adaptivcool.com
About Paragon International, INC
Paragon International, INC is one of the largest cleaning and disaster recovery firms in the US specializing in data center and clean room environments. Paragon’s national crews are made up of well-trained professionals that understand how important your critical environment is to your company and provide an unrivaled level of service.
Additional information can be found at paragonint.net
About RLE Technologies
RLE Technologies is a global leader in critical facility monitoring and disaster prevention. Primarily centered around detecting fluid leaks and helping maintain optimal ambient conditions, RLE’s 30 years of experience have saved our customers countless actual dollars (not to mention many a company reputation) that comes with the downtime associated with environmental threats.
Additional information can be found at rletech.com
About Upsite Technologies
Upsite Technologies 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 Technologies’ products and services empower data center managers to leverage cost savings and /or improve key elements of data center operations.
Additional information can be found at upsite.com
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