Sunday, June 7th
11:30 AM – 9:00 PM
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Fire Suppression in the Data Center: Industry Developments
Five major data center fires in 2014 continue to highlight the need for good fire protection in IT facilities. This session focuses on the newest developments in fire suppression systems and the issues driving the need for improvement. Learn how installations of sprinklers, water mist systems, and clean agents have experienced important changes making them more reliable and easier to use. Discover the new ways data centers are using fire suppression for their unique needs. The newest research into fire protection in high airflow environments will also be presented.
Lee Kaiser Bio
ORR Protection Systems
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Data, Data Everywhere and Not a Chance to Think: Lessons…
The number of data-gathering sensors and systems in data centers has grown exponentially over the past decade, giving our industry much more information than we know what to do with. This data has the potential to make data centers operate in smarter, more efficient, more reliable ways, but harnessing that flood of data has been difficult because of its relentless volume and because of the scarcity of skilled people to make it actionable. In this presentation, Brian Hanking, a pioneer in data-driven data center analysis, will tackle one of the biggest sources of this data flood: backup power systems.
Brian Hanking Bio
Chief Technology Officer
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Join us for a reception with open bar accompanied by music. This is an excellent opportunity to dialogue with conference presenters, meet new people, network, welcome first time attendees, renew old acquaintances, and meet the board members.