Two Steps to Colocation Success: Passive Cooling and Intelligent Power

On Demand Until March 7, 2020

Duration:60 minutes


When Xfernet, a Los Angeles-based colocation and multitenant data center (MTDC), migrated into a new 14,000 square foot space with limiting architectural features, the company sought an ICT infrastructure solution that would support the challenging layout of the facility. Additionally, to support the demands of its customers, the company needed to increase rack densities without sacrificing operational efficiency.

One of the biggest challenges in colocation and MTDC data centers is balancing rising rack densities with acceptable operational efficiencies, particularly in retrofitted environments where architectural limitations pose added difficulties. Often, the convenient but expensive approach is adding additional cooling capacity to the space.  

This webinar describes how a colocation data center was able to double rack densities without adding additional cooling, while still keeping equipment at ideal operational temperatures. Additionally, it provides insight into the benefits of deploying intelligent power management at the cabinet level. 

Attendees will:

  • Understand how managing thermal efficiency in high-density data centers is best accomplished with a complete cabinet ecosystem solution including power distribution, environmental monitoring, physical access control and DCIM software
  • Gain insight into the benefits of the integration between intelligent power distribution and electronic access control into the cabinet
  • Learn about data-driven benefits of deploying a more robust intelligent monitoring and reporting solution at the cabinet level
  • Hear the first-hand impressions from Xfernet, a colocation provider headquartered in Los Angeles, on CPI eConnect® PDUs

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John Thompson

Field Applications Engineer, RCDD Chatsworth Products

John Thompson has more than 20 years of technical experience in the telecommunications industry and has been a BICSI-certified RCDD since 1997. As a contractor, John owned and operated a structured cabling installation company in the Mid-Atlantic region. Before joining CPI, John was a consultant for a special systems design firm in Baltimore, MD that teamed with architects, MEP firms and worked directly with end users. In addition to assisting with AutoCAD design, John not only developed new construction specification documents, but served as a project manager for healthcare and higher education facilities projects across the United States.

Sam Scott

Sam Scott is owner and CEO of Xfernet, a premier hosting and network provider. For 20 years he has guided Xfernet from its humble beginnings, originally as Premier Innovations, into the global powerhouse it is today. Under Sam’s leadership, the company built a state-of-the-art 10,000 square foot data center in Los Angeles and expanded its service offering and global footprint with geographically dispersed data centers and worldwide IP backbone.



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