Executive Director & Distinguished Professor
Stevens Institute of Technology
The Green Grid has developed the Data centre Maturity Model (DCMM) to outline the roadmap to improve the energy efficiency and sustainability of your data center and IT portfolio. The DCMM is split by area such that users can benchmark their current performance, determine their levels of maturity, and identify the ongoing steps and innovations necessary to achieve greater energy efficiency and sustainability, both today and into the future. The maturity model touches upon every aspect of the data centre including power, cooling, compute, storage and network. The levels of the model outline current best practices and a 5-year roadmap for the industry.
Global Head of Energy & Sustainable Technology
Thomson Reuters (Green Grid)
TE Connectivity’ Presentation at Data Centre Strategics 2011 is aimed at importance of managing cabling infrastructure to manage heat within the Data Centre & its impact. These include parameters such as
• Recharge your Network - capable of handling with today’s and tomorrow’s requirements with Modular / high Performance cabling solutions
• Refresh your knowledge - Benefits from high Quality cable management that ensure easy & effective & rapid deployment, with better cooling support with the help of Zero U - High density Cable Management which eliminates the need for horizontal cable managers, which ensures space utilization & supports airflow design concepts.
• Restart your DC – Looking at revamping the existing DC, with as quick as your business needs/demands; Live demonstration of 10G/40G application pre-terminated Twisted Pair cabling & 10G/40G/100G Optical Fiber solution products at the Stall
All of these offer Future proofing for upcoming applications of tomorrow, Easy MAC’s by ensuring Performance, saving Time,& Space
Country Manager Strategic Business
Our economy today, is riding on a growth bound roller coaster, fuelled by surge of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in the focused sectors of power, infrastructure, industry, telecom R&D, IT and health-care. Even though ICT supports the critical business / operation support systems of each and every organization, we have observed a rising need and measures being initiated by CIO’s/IT Managers for controlling the carbon footprint that these high computing systems housed in Data Centre Critical Infrastructure generate. The initial focus was on creating the infrastructure to house the IT equipment and run the business but with increasing costs of electricity, explosion in power consumption in the Data Centres, the new global issue is energy monitoring, conservation and decreased Operational expenses.
The challenge faced by CIO’s today is how to ensure that they be successful in meeting the above mission. As leaders, they would then, contribute within their organizations, to a consistently low year-on-year operational expenditure on these Critical Data Centres, reduced energy consumption and have a low total cost of ownership. What can be measured can be controlled is the Mantra. What can be monitored can be optimized. By understanding how energy efficiency monitoring and management solutions, as part of Critical Space Management covering both the IT and Utilities be harnessed, IT managers can effectively manage incremental business growth, power utilization, flexibility in capacity expansion, adaptability to change, thereby are well able to balance the thin line between the pace of business growth and its footprint on the environment.
APC by Schneider Electric
With growing dependence on sophisticated e-commerce systems in Business transactions, and adoption of multiple modern business process suites, the IT infrastructure is tightly woven into the fabric of the business itself. Effective data centre infrastructure management strategies can propel the efficiency, utilization, and availability of the data centre assets and services. Even after heavy investments in technology resources to manage the data centre infrastructure, organizations have failed to achieve promise and potentials due to critical gaps between their data centre facilities and IT infrastructure components.
Emerson DCIM Solutions will provide the best value the industry has to offer. The customized approach and unique capabilities enable us to address the gap between IT and facilities in a more meaningful and holistic way than any other organization.
Director, Data Centre Business
Emerson Network Power(India)
When building, expanding or relocating a Data Centre, Project Managers are being confronted with an unbelievably large amount of challenges.
They not only have to find an appropriate place to house all the equipment that must cater for their (unknown) future requirements, but also need to keep the initial capital expenditure (CapEx) as small as possible. On top of everything the need to go green and to reduce the operating expenditure (OpEx) adds another task that needs to be dealt with.
Rittal will give an insight on:
1. How to reduce the DC footprint drastically
2. Minimize energy consumption without compromising the availability
3. How to deploy modular DC Infrastructure matching the future IT Performance
The presentation will include proof of concepts from Data Centre installations all over APAC, describe best practices on how to deploy revolutionary cooling and control concepts and display a wide range of intelligent and modular power systems. All arising from “Rittal – The System”.
Director - Global Business Development IT
The increasing cost of energy and cost of proposed carbon emissions are drivers for innovation in data centre design and long established design practices have being re-evaluated in the push for new and efficient data centre designs.
Modular or containerised data centres are one outcome of this innovation and are available from a number of different suppliers including SGI, APC, IBM, Oracle, HP and others. They all share common goals and characteristics while the infrastructure design, packaging, cooling, maintenance access etc are different from supplier to supplier, resulting in varying levels of efficiency and achievable density across these solutions offerings.
This talk examines the drivers for change and the impact of making that change – the changed economics, operational requirements as well as covering some of the techniques used to drive efficiencies in modular data centre designs.
Country Manager - India
VP IT Infrastructure
Vodafone Essar Limited
Senior Vice President & CTO
Reliance Capital Ltd
Vilas PujariGM - Corporate IT
Ram Krishna GhildiyalSolution Architect and Practice Leader
The presentation of “Electrical Power supply concepts” explains about modern and reliable Uninterruptible power supply-concepts with dynamic UPS under various aspects.
After a brief presentation of the established concepts with the individual Pro’s and Con’s, the main part of the speech is focussed to the state of the art Isolated Parallel Bus philosophy.
In a simulation of the different operation modes the function and the performance of the IP-Bus will be introduced.
Finally a summary explains the advantages compared to traditional solutions.
Area Sales Manager
Director – Technology Infrastructure
The ‘greening’ of Data Centres is proceeding at a rapid pace making it difficult for IT professional to keep track of all the changes and advances that are being rolled out. Here we look at the latest improvements and try to sift the hype from facts for the layman.
Business Development Manager
SCHNABEL DC Consultants India Pvt. Ltd
V C Kumanan
Senior Director - Information Technology
“Pay me now, or pay me later, but you will pay me!” A photographic exploration of the fires, explosions, and catastrophic extended IT downtime resulting from inadequate Facility maintenance on Uninterruptible Power Systems, batteries, engines, generators, switchgear, circuit breakers, connectors, chillers, cooling units, large diameter pipe, etc. Numerical calculations of IT availability (99.9, 99.99, and 99.999) with and without Facility maintenance will be presented to demonstrate how a single event can ruin an IT organization’s year or your career.
Kenneth G. Brill
Executive Director & Distinguished Professor
Stevens Institute of Technology
The Institute’s Tier Standard system has become the world’s default benchmark for understanding and communicating data centre mechanical and electrical system capability. This session will clarify confusion and answer questions about Tiers. An automobile will be used to illustrate the conceptual differences between a Tier I, Tier II, Tier III, and Tier IV data centre. A recent Tier Standard addition is Operational Sustainability which addresses human activity issues which consistently cause more than 70% of data centre facility failures.
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