Data Center Thermal Optimization: From Tower to Rack

Data Center Knowledge

March 29, 2018

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As a diligent data center professional, you constantly look for ways to optimize the facilities you design, build or influence while increasing or maintaining reliability.

In the past, many shied away from energy conservation measures for fear of endangering system reliability or facility uptime. But the industry has started to turn the corner and tackle these energy inefficiencies head on—have you

Join us for a discussion on a retro-commissioning style approach to total data center thermal optimization (no forklift upgrades required) where we will help you tackle the two largest energy wasting systems.  We will discuss holistic chilled water system optimization and how machine learning can be leveraged to optimize air-handling in the data center environment.  Don’t have a chiller plant?  No problem; machine learning knows no bounds.

Disabled economizer modes, demand fighting and “set it and forget it” mentalities no longer have a seat at the table; it’s time to optimize.

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Miles Auvil, Senior National Sales Manager, Data Centers, Building Technologies division, Siemens Industry Inc.
Miles Auvil is a Senior National Sales Manager for Data Centers within Siemens’ Building Technologies division. A 16-year industry veteran, Miles was most recently responsible for helping federal agencies with their energy management lifecycle, with a specific focus on advanced metering infrastructure, energy management, and energy savings performance contracts for data centers. He has extensive knowledge and experience working with data center managers in the areas of IT/data center infrastructure, IT/data center energy efficiency, Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM), and green data center Facility Improvement Measures (FIMs). Prior to his role with Siemens, Miles spent 12 years in both an engineering and sales capacity, supporting clients in the design and implementation of reliable and efficient data center solutions. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from West Virginia University. Miles can be reached at [email protected].


Kevin Meder, National Business Development Manager,Demand Flow® COE, Building Technologies division, Siemens Industries Inc.
Kevin Meder is a national business development manager with the Demand Flow® Center of Excellence. Kevin brings with him over 19 years of experience with building automation and energy optimization. He has extensive knowledge in controls, mechanical systems, project management and energy engineering. In his prior role at Siemens, Kevin spent 7 years as the lead support for all New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania Demand Flow® projects focusing on the optimization of building chilled water systems.  On his last project, he was part of a team that implemented Demand Flow® along with other energy improvement measures that led to a single, record-breaking $4.6 million dollar utility rebate in N.Y. Kevin holds a Bachelor of Science degree in HVAC design from the Pennsylvania College of Technology. Contact him at [email protected].

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