Future Facilities’ Sherman Ikemoto to discuss CFD Analysis & Predictive DCIM at AFCOM Meetings in TN and NC

Future Facilities’ Sherman Ikemoto to discuss CFD Analysis and Predictive DCIM at AFCOM Meetings in Tennessee and North Carolina

Mr. Ikemoto will instruct attendees how Predictive DCIM to better maintain availability, maximize capacity, and optimize efficiency

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DURHAM, N.C. & KNOXVILLE, Tenn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Future Facilities Inc, a leading provider of data center design and operational management software, today announced that its Director, Sherman Ikemoto will discuss the capacity utilization challenge and Predictive Modeling for capacity protection. In addition, a new data center performance assessment called the ACE Score (Availability, Capacity, and Efficiency) will be introduced at this week’s AFCOM North Carolina Meeting in Durham on November 12 and AFCOM’s Tennessee Meeting in Knoxville on November 14.

“At the end of my discussion, attendees will know how to compare operational performance to design intent, track the capacity performance over time, and ultimately make informed and effective decisions during operations to bring performance to its highest level.”

Future Facilities’ new assessment compares data center performance of the present-day configuration to its optimal values as specified by its design. Using Predictive DCIM, the data center operator can optimize data center Capacity without sacrificing Efficiency or server Availability.

The presentation will address:

  • Data center Total Cost of Ownership
  • The biggest financial problem of data center ownership: Lost Capacity
  • How Capacity is lost and how it can be reclaimed
  • How fragmented operational objectives destroy Capacity
  • The pitfalls of industry “best practices” that are promoted as ways to protect Capacity
  • ACE Score, the ultimate performance metric

“With simple steps and access to the right tools, data center managers can minimize capacity fragmentation and better balance cost and performance, resulting in a lower Total Cost of Ownership” said Sherman Ikemoto, Director Future Facilities. “At the end of my discussion, attendees will know how to compare operational performance to design intent, track the capacity performance over time, and ultimately make informed and effective decisions during operations to bring performance to its highest level.”

About Future Facilities
For nearly a decade, Future Facilities has provided software and consultancy to the world’s largest data center owner-operators and to leading electronics designers. The company, which is privately funded, has saved its customers millions of dollars. Innovative and progressive, Future Facilities is today unique in the market place; it is the only company providing scientifically-sound answers to the what ifs? that have for so long been impossible to answer with real confidence.

Additional information can be found at http://www.futurefacilities.com.

Contact robert.schmidt@futurefacilities.com for more information http://www.linkedin.com/in/rfschmidt 

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