Introduction of "EcoAisle" a new flexible aisle containment system to improve your data centre energy efficiency

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Webinar

Date: Thursday 26th September

Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm (BST)

CLICK HERE to catch up on the webinar recording, and learn how to optimise cooling in an effective way to realise efficiency gains.

We hear the familiar mantra of companies around the world: ‘We need to do more, with less’.

Data centre and IT managers are looking for ways to reduce energy consumption and boost performance for the good of the environment, as well as the bottom line. Now, making the right choices to optimise for energy and cost savings just got easier.

In this webinar we discussed an exciting new flexible aisle containment system called EcoAisle™ that addresses the critical importance of energy efficiency in the data centre. The EcoAisle is an intelligent thermal containment solution designed to increase cooling system efficiency while protecting critical IT equipment and personnel. This new, flexible aisle containment system, including Active Flow Control (AFC), can optimise airflow and thus improve energy efficiency of the cooling solution. It is adaptable to both hot and cold aisles to tackle a wide range of data centre cooling challenges.

The Active Flow Control (AFC) available in the EcoAisle provides the intelligence to communicate with the cooling system the precise size of cooling airflow to match the load of IT equipment - providing reduction in fan energy over conventional cooling systems.

Speaking at this webinar:

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Lubos Vaclavek, Business Development Manager, Schneider Electric

Lubos is responsible for business development in cooling and new cooling product introduction in EMEA. He has been working for APC and Schneider Electric for over 9 years, previously holding a senior Platform Engineering role with the key focus on cooling solutions for data center applications. Whilst also holding a Ph.D. and Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering with specialties in HVAC and Refrigeration from CTU in Prague, Czech Republic and a Master's Degree in Technology Management from NUI Galway, Ireland.

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