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Free data-centre efficiency seminar announced by Ebm-papst

A free, CPD seminar, aimed at businesses looking to improve data centre performance and cut costs, has been organised by ebm-papst.

Entitled ‘Greening the Data Centre – reducing carbon emissions from buildings’, it’s set to take place on Wednesday 7th September.

Event attendees will gain an insight into how to improve efficiency throughout the life cycle of a data centre, as well as increase resilience and utilisation, through the introduction of EC (electronically commutated) fan technology.  An overview of air flow management in data centres and the proactive steps that can be taken in order to reduce energy consumption and subsequent carbon emissions will also be discussed.

In addition, the event will examine how EC fan technology works, what the guiding principles are for ‘greening’ a data centre and the significant impact that architectural choices can have on the overall performance. 

Speakers include leading technology experts from Xanfeon, Future Facilities and Siemon, ebm-papst’s Technical Director Geoff Lockwood, as well as Helen McHugh, Head of Sustainability at ebm-papst UK.  McHugh commented: “This is an unmissable event for any organisation keen to save money and reduce their energy consumption.”

To book your place at this event, which takes place at ebm-papst’s purpose-built Client Centre in Chelmsford, click HERE, or telephone 01245 468555.

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