Web seminar focuses on data center cabling and management

DCIM, thermal management, and data center cabling options will be covered in a one-hour online event.

Jul 8th, 2015
A data center facility requires management on many levels, including physical assets, thermal dynamics, and data center cabling infrastructure. A web seminar will offer information on technologies and systems that support these management needs.
A data center facility requires management on many levels, including physical assets, thermal dynamics, and data center cabling infrastructure. A web seminar will offer information on technologies and systems that support these management needs.

Managing the physical assets, thermal efficiency, and cabling infrastructure within data center environments will be the focus of an online seminar broadcast live on Thursday, July 30. Hosted by Cabling Installation & Maintenance, the seminar will include presentations delivered by its three sponsoring companies—Amphenol, Belden, and CommScope.

When describing the seminar’s focus and content, Cabling Installation & Maintenance said, “The data center cabling infrastructure supporting the facility’s IT network is an essential system, but is just one of many such essential systems. This seminar examines technologies that keep a data center operating as efficiently as possible.”

The seminar’s presentations and speakers are as follows.

  • Uses, Functions and Benefits of Data Center Infrastructure Management—delivered by Willie Bloomstein, director of strategic and solutions marketing, CommScope
  • Thermal Management Techniques to Improve Energy Efficiency—delivered by Mike Peterson, product line manager, Belden
  • Building a Data Center Cabling Infrastructure for Today and Tomorrow—delivered by Jodie Goodbrake, market and business development manager, Amphenol Fiber Optic

After its live broadcast at 1pm EDT on July 30, the seminar will be available for on-demand viewing for six months. Individuals who attend the seminar in its entirety, live or on-demand, will be eligible to receive one continuing education credit toward BICSI’s ICT professional designations.

You can find more detailed information on the seminar here and register to attend it here.

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