Future Facilities to Discuss Lost Data Center Capacity at The Uptime Institute Symposium 2012

May 14, 2012 by  

Web Hosting ToolboxSan Jose, CA – Future Facilities North America, a leading provider of data center design and operations management software, today announced that its Product Manager, Akhil Docca, will speak at the Uptime Institute Symposium 2012 May 14-17 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California.

On Monday, May 14th at 3:50 p.m., Mr. Docca will give a presentation titled “The Elephant in Room is Lost Capacity. How do Short Term Drivers Erode Long Term Goals?” The presentation will show attendees how data center owners and operators can create a virtual test facility that predicts and visualizes the outcome of power and cooling decisions before critical IT equipment is deployed.

In many corporate data centers, the failure to predict temperature and airflow prior to deploying new IT equipment and critical infrastructure can cause a loss of up to forty percent of IT loading capacity, allowing optimal data center performance to be hindered. Without any visibility into the long-term consequences of IT deployment choices and energy savings programs, a proper cost/benefit analysis of the proposed changes cannot be performed.

“The cost of not utilizing the full potential of a data center can be exorbitant,” said Akhil Docca. “I look forward to sharing with attendees techniques they can use to realize the full capacity of their data centers, while extending the life of not only critical IT, but the entire data center facility.”

For those not able to next week’s Symposium, Future Facilities popular White Paper on data center capacity can be downloaded by visiting

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.

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