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APW President participates in Datacentre Greentech and Datacentre Strategics Expo, 2009

APW President Systems, the pioneer in enclosure systems (which play a vital role in telecom, IT and electronics infrastructure), participated in the Datacentre Greentech and Datacentre Strategics Conference and Expo, 2009, on 7th and 8th May, 2009, at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Mumbai.

Datacentre Strategics is Asia Pacific’s leading data centre knowledge and networking forum, produced by technical experts for industry professionals. The conference series  is for CIOs and IT professionals to share global and local knowledge and to inform, educate and strategise.

APW President presented its range of  Thermal Management Solutions, under the banner of “Innovative Solutions for Evergreen Datacenters”.

“There are many ingenious ways to improve thermal management and power efficiency through various innovations. We have several such solutions developed in-house in the last few years. For example, the recently introduced COOL WAY, our cold aisle containment system, provides optimally conditioned air to an enclosed cold aisle which ensures that the thermal variations within the data centre do not impact on the volume of cold air delivered to the front of the IT equipment,” said S. Venkatraman, Vice President – Enclosure Solutions & Technical Services.

“Another innovation is the CoolRack HD, an enclosure system which embodies a new concept in thermal management. It is specifically tailored to the precision cooling requirements of data centres where the deployment of equipment like  blade servers generates high heat loads that require intensive rack-level cooling,” he added.

With energy efficiency and reduction of operational costs becoming a critical business goal, the ‘green’ initiatives will focus on helping DC managers to reduce the cost of data centre operations through planning and modeling, through sensitive and precise monitoring of in-rack  parameters, and through means to take charge of in-band or even out-of-band situations from remote consoles.

The conference had participation from many DC professionals and vendors.