Chatsworth Products to Speak on the Effects
of the Internet of Things on Today’s Data Centres 
at 2016 BICSI UK & Ireland

Buckinghamshire, UK, 20 May 2016 — Join Chatsworth Products (CPI) for an informative session on thermal management strategies to ready data centres for the Internet of Things (IoT) during the 2016 BICSI UK & Ireland Conference & Exhibition on 22 June 2016, at the Barbican Conference Centre, London.

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Luca Rozzoni, CPI Senior Product Manager for Europe, will present,
“The Internet of Things (IoT) Enabled by Resourceful Data Centre Thermal Management Strategies.” Rozzoni will discuss what organisations need to consider to achieve thermal efficiencies in data centres, as well as how to mitigate risks, reduce power usage and increase floor space with thermal management strategies, such as passive cooling.

Rozzoni has been in the telecommunications industry for over 16 years. He has held various positions such a Business Development Manager and Product Manager. Rozzoni is a graduate of Istituto Tecnico Paleocapa, as well as Thames Valley University. He is also a BICSI Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD).

CPI recently increased its European production capacity and capabilities by establishing a manufacturing location in Ellwangen, Germany. Here, CPI manufactures EuroFrame™, TeraFrame® and GlobalFrame® cabinets, as well as accessories. A product showroom is also open to customers and channel partners in the region. The demo room features CPI’s Cold Aisle Containment Solution with GlobalFrame Gen 2 Cabinets, N-Series TeraFrame Gen 3 Network Cabinets, Two- and Four-Post Racks, Cable Runway and Power Distribution Units (PDUs).

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