Thermal Simulation for Data Centers Seminar, 22 Sept, Singapore

12 September, 2017

Mark Seymour will be presenting a seminar about the application of Thermal Simulation for Data Centre Design and Operation on the 21st September 2017 in Singapore.  This seminar will be hosted by our distributor PD Soloutions and A*STAR. 

If you wish to join this event please be sure to register here.

Abstract:

This seminar will look at the challenges facing data centre owners and operators in the face of growing demand, primarily from a cooling perspective. How have things changed and have these changes delivered more manageable, efficient and sustainable systems? The seminar will also review the standards that are being established from the EU (EU code of conduct, EN 50001, EN 50600-and USA and how these compare with Singapore data centre standards and what benefits they bring.

Perhaps more importantly the seminar will look into the future and what it may hold for the data centre industry by exploring the research being undertaken as part of a collaborative research program being undertaken in the United States by four US universities and a research institute in India and funded by the National Science Foundation and over twenty industrial partners.

Agenda:

09:30 am   Registration and Networking
10:00 am   Welcome and Introductions
10:10 am   The Value of Thermal Simulation in Data Centre Design and Operation
10:30 am   The Impact of Recent Developments in DC Cooling and Simulation
10:50 am   Break with Refreshments
11:10 am   The Role of Standards in the Data Centre Industry
11:30 am   Some Current Activities on Research – I/UCRC Energy Smart Electronic Systems
11:50 am   Q&A
12:00 am   Close

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