Fokus datacenter masa depan adalah efisiensi energi
Diversified industrial manufacturer Eaton will highlight key trends in energy efficiency that will shape the future of data center design at the upcoming Eaton Hong Kong Data Center Solution Tech Day. With the theme of “Keep Powering Forward”, it will be at the Four Seasons Hotel in Hong Kong on August 8, 2013.
Alexander M. Cutler, chairman and chief executive officer of Eaton, will preside over the opening session of the Tech Day and welcome customers and industry leaders from the Asia Pacific region. The one-day event will focus on megatrends shaping the energy management business, key challenges in the data center industry, and how proven Eaton solutions will affect future data center designs.
“Eaton is hosting this event in Hong Kong because it is a strategic financial services and regional information and communications technology hub with a robust and world-class data center industry,“ said Curt Hutchins, Eaton’s Asia Pacific president. “Companies perceive data centers as a strategic IT asset and a building block for business successes, so reliable, efficient, safe and sustainable energy management is critical. This Tech Day will offer a comprehensive look at how Eaton’s power management solutions can help overcome today’s energy challenges by becoming more efficient.”
At the event, Ivo Jurek, president of Eaton’s Electrical business in Asia Pacific, will provide an in-depth introduction of the company’s electrical products and solutions. John Collins, Eaton’s global segment director for data centers, will discuss key trends that are affecting data center design. Each will set the stage for a series of technology seminars in the afternoon on:
- Energy advantage architecture
- Air flow management solutions and their implementation in new and existing data centers
- Meeting the critical needs for power distribution in data centers
- Fuse technology and applications
- Future energy storage for uninterruptible power systems (UPSs)
- Complete cable management solutions for lowest total installed cost
The Tech Day will conclude with a panel discussion in which presenters and experts from the region it will discuss key ideas and innovations that are leading the power industry and how data center designs need to be changed to meet future business requirements.
“We believe that these discussions and presentations will offer a glimpse of the future of data centers. With Hong Kong being promoted as a data center hub for the region, it becomes crucial for Eaton as a power management leader to highlight how tomorrow’s data centers will be shaped by current trends and innovations in power management,” added Hutchins.
Eaton is a diversified power management company providing energy-efficient solutions that help our customers effectively manage electrical, hydraulic and mechanical power. A global technology leader, Eaton acquired Cooper Industries plc in November 2012. The 2012 revenue of the combined companies was $21.8 billion on a pro forma basis. Eaton has approximately 102,000 employees and sells products to customers in more than 175 countries. For more information, please visit www.eaton.com.