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APW President to continue participating in Datacentre Strategics (DCS) events in 2010

Last year, our company participated in two Datacentre Strategics (DCS) conference-cum-exhibitions held at The Leela Palace, Bengaluru, on 6th November, and again at The Leela Palace Kempinski, Gurgaon, on 3rd December, 2009.

In view of the good response from visitors to these shows, APW President Systems is planning to continue participation (as a silver sponsor) in the DCS conference-cum-exhibitions this year, starting with Mumbai (15th to 17th April) and followed by Hyderabad (21st May), Bengaluru (28th and 29th October) and Delhi (11th and 12th November).

Datacentre Strategics has gained a reputation as a leading data center knowledge and networking forum, produced by technical experts for industry professionals. The conference series is for CIOs and IT professionals to meet and exchange global and local knowledge and to inform, educate and strategise.

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The President Stall, DCS Gurgaon, 2009              The President Stall, DCS Bengaluru, 2009

Taking an active part in the exhibitions, APW President will be presenting its latest range of leading edge Thermal Management Solutions.

Last year, APW President introduced the liquid-cooled RDHx (Rear Door Heat Exchanger) technology from Coolcentric to the Indian market. RDHX has been rated as the best in class solution for high density thermal management for data center environments. This innovative technology involves heat exchangers that are coupled on the rear of IT racks.

“The heat exchangers directly cool exhaust air from computer equipment before it reenters the data center operating environment, and they are beneficial for both legacy data centers – as well as new ones,” says Manish Bhatnagar, Vice President – Cooling Solutions Division.

“The special low-resistance fin and tube heat exchangers have no fans, moving parts or electrical connections, so the technology reduces or eliminates unnecessary fan power which reduces cooling unit energy consumption by up to 90 percent. It is an open cooling architecture that can be added to IT racks or equipment without any operational impact, and it can be deployed in both raised- and non-raised-floor data centers. Data center cooling costs are reduced dramatically, up to 60 percent by lowering energy consumption and space requirements!” he adds.

The RDHx solution is being used in hundreds of data centers, hosting facilities and enterprises worldwide, including IBM, NASA and Syracuse University.

Last year, among other solutions on display were the InfraSolution Smart Card Handle for intelligent rack level access control.

In 2009, the DCS events drew visitors (over 200 DC professionals and vendors) from all over India and speakers from abroad. This year, response to the events from IT and data center professionals is expected to improve further with the economy showing signs of complete revival.

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