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Data Center World 2020

As we’ve moved our event dates to August 24-27, please note our Agenda will be updated frequently as we work with our speakers and panelists to schedule the best program possible for you. We appreciate your support and patience.

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Agenda at a Glance

Top 10 Ways to Boost Capacity with Better Data Center Power and Networking Management

Ashish Moondra  (Senior Product Manager of Power, Chatsworth)

Jonathan Davis  (Sales Engineer, Sunbird)

Location: 213A&B

Date: Thursday, March 19

Time: 2:40pm - 3:40pm

Pass Type : All Access, Standard

Track : Optimizing Data Center Delivery & Performance

Session Type: Session

Vault Recording: TBD

Following a simple set of power and cable management best practices can have a lasting impact on the health and assets of your data center. These include power distribution techniques that take into account today’s move toward three-phase power, load balancing and more busways, a carefully calculated cable management process that calls for precise work orders and pre-measured cable lengths before installation, and intuitive data center infrastructure (DCIM) software to tie it all together. With these concepts in mind, network contractors and managers alike can learn the value of using software to thoughtfully manage infrastructure capabilities, get the most out of existing power management resources and better manage capacity for all their resources.