Engineering Simulation – It’s all about Data Center Capacity Part 1

Presented at AFCOM NC Chapter Meeting

The typical data center will lose at minimum 30% of its total compute capacity in the absence of careful coordination of the space, power, cooling and IT equipment distributions. Many have turned to DCIM tools to protect capacity that is lost as a result of data center operations.

But, DCIM tools can only monitor/track power, IT assets, temperature and space only, NOT CAPACITY. Learn how Predictive Modeling can utilize the data collected by DCIM tools to enable data center capacity management.

Sherman Ikemoto is Director for Future Facilities Inc. a leading provider of data center design and management tools and services. Sherman leads the North American group in the effort to establish a new standard for data center infrastructure management based on predictive modeling.

Today, Future Facilities is recognized by major corporations and industry research organizations such as Afcom, Gartner and 451 as the pioneer of Engineering Simulation.

Contact robert.schmidt@futurefacilities.com for more information or to schedule an introduction http://www.linkedin.com/in/rfschmidt

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