Every data center built today is designed with a estimated capacity, as well as a plan to grow into this final load. On a daily basis, Data center operations/management professionals are faced with the task of keeping their data center as close to this plan as possible by concurrently managing the available power, space, and cooling in an effort to allow this optimal design load to eventually be realized. Unfortunately, ill-informed design/management choices, unexpected IT changes and difficulty in coping with the industry’s ever-growing power densities can prevent a data center from reaching this optimal capacity.
On November 11, 2010, Future Facilities will host a live webinar 
that illustrates a new method and platform which uses the power of simulation throughout the entire data center lifecycle. This approach ultimately optimizes space, power and cooling, reduces energy consumption and cost, and delays or eliminates the need to fund a new and costly facility.
Please join your peers on November 11th, 2010 at 9:00 AM Eastern, or 9:00 AM Pacific, to to learn how a holistic approach to data center operation and management can help reclaim data center capacity that would otherwise be forfeited. Click here to pre-register 
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 a live webinar : http://clk.ml-links.com/clk?pub=81&pgr=68&src=3213&tgt=2095&tstamp=20101028T190349&ast=10742&cmp=2644&crv=9327&pos=1&frm=781&yld=0
 Kevin Normandeau: http://www.datacenterknowledge.com/archives/author/knormandeau/
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