Cooling Science Seminar

A two-day on-site education service designed to educate your staff about the science behind data center airflow management (AFM)

A Customized On-site Airflow Management Seminar

We’ll spend two days with your team digging deep into the fundamentals and science of data center cooling management. This on-site seminar is designed to educate your staff and arm them with the tools to make impactful decisions and drive meaningful changes in your data center which will improve efficiency and have a positive impact on your facilities bottom line.

Together we will:

  • Increase cooling capacity
  • Identify isolated data center airflow issues
  • Optimize cooling airflow
  • Reduce/eliminate hot and cold spots
  • Improve energy efficiency
  • Reduce bypass air leakage
  • Increase cooling unit set points safely within ASHRAE limits
  • Defer capital expenditures on cooling equipment
  • Use the tools required for airflow management

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Gain Knowledge

There is a lack of understanding of the science and techniques of effective data center cooling management. This includes the ability to quantify the changes necessary, to identify the appropriate best practice, and to implement the airflow management strategy in the computer room.

Actionable Tools

You will gain real-world tools and knowledge that can be used to show an immediate impact on your data center’s bottom line – immediately. With your newly acquired experience, you’ll be able to make cooling optimization a cost-effective and impactful part of your business practices.

Hands-on, On-site

Unlike most other industry training seminars which require you to visit a company’s campus, Upsite Technologies brings our Cooling Science Seminar straight to you and your facility. This not only makes it more convenient but also more cost-effective, eliminating travel and lodging expenses per person.

Cooling Capacity Factor (CCF) Reveals Data Center Savings

Learn the importance of calculating your computer room’s CCF by downloading our free Cooling Capacity Factor white paper.

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