Uniflair Ltd is pleased to announce that it will be exhibiting again
this year at at Data Centre World from 2nd to 3rd March 2011.
This year the venue has moved to Olympia from the Barbican, so more space is available for what has proven to be a popular event over the past three years. More space means more to see and more to learn.
The products on view on Stand D35 will include Uniflair’s new ISAF inverter controlled water chiller complete with free cooling. This unit provides exceptional close control performance with massive energy savings whether twinned with Uniflair’s perimeter CRAC (Computer Room Air Conditioning) units in a modular cooling system or with in-row or in-rack cooling solutions. There are 3 models in the range with nominal cooling capacities up to 130kW.
There will also be a downflow unit from the Leonardo TDCV series and Uniflair will be showcasing its unique “Optimisation” software. Linking Uniflair chillers and CRACs together in modular systems and dynamically optimising chilled water temperatures to maximise free cooling at every different load condition, this software reduces data centre cooling energy requirements to unprecedented levels without the need for significant extra capital plant cost.
Uniflair will also exhibit other items from its range of solutions for high density cooling requirements such as Automatic Floor Pressurisation System (AFPS), Active Floor and Intelligent Free Cooling.
Data Centre World is the UK’s largest and fastest growing exhibition and conference for data centre managers, professionals, distributors and channel partners and will deliver more than ever before with more sessions, more theatres and more exhibitors.
Over the 2 days of the event visitors will be able to attend their choice from 48 sessions and gain knowledge and insights from some of the industry’s key players.
Here’s a selection of the sessions available for booking.
Infrastructure and Facilities
• Datacentre infrastructures – a practical route map for planning migration projects
• Critical architecture choices and the dramatic impact of the physical layer on data centre performance
IT and Management
• Data centre network convergence – What is needed, and when?
• The CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme - The drivers behind the legislation
Virtualisation and the Cloud
• Preparing the data centre for the Cloud
• Building, deploying and managing an on-premise private Cloud