Tuesday, March 27, 2012
11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET
powered by Intel® Xeon® Processors
Power and cooling are a big hit on data center efficiency from a cost, operational, and carbon footprint perspective. Managing highly dense racks — and the potential thermal issues they bring — creates a whole set of unique challenges. Yet enterprises routinely struggle to accurately measure, monitor and control power use.
Join us for an in-depth look at new power management capabilities in Dell PowerEdge 12th generation servers that address these challenges. You’ll learn:
- How to identify the areas where power efficiency can be improved
- How to reduce the risk of cooling failures due to brownouts or rolling blackouts
- How to enable quick responses for reducing server power consumption and heat output in case of a cooling emergency.
Register today to secure your place in this interactive discussion of data center power and cooling challenges.
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Eric Wilcox, Power and Cooling Portfolio Manager, Marketing Planning – Dell Inc.
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Eric Wilcox has 16 years of industry experience including AC/DC power supply design, dc/dc converter product management, Data Center Infrastructure product marketing, and technical product marketing for Enterprise servers. He has also enabled customer engagement on pain point resolution through solution definition and product execution. Education: BSEE from the University of Connecticut and MBA from Northeastern University in Boston.
David Jenkins, Sr. Product Manager, Intel
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David Jenkins, Sr. Product Manager for Intel Server Manageability Technologies David Jenkins is Sr. Product Manager for Intel Server Manageability Technologies, and his responsibilities include Intel® Node Manager and other Data Center Efficiency initiatives. He has been with Intel since 1999, previously holding various positions as a Manufacturing Engineer, Technical Marketing Engineer and Product Manager dealing with a wide array of Intel® Xeon® and Intel® Itanium server platforms and technologies. David earned a BS Industrial Engineering degree from Purdue University and an MBA from the Krannert Graduate School of Management at Purdue University.
Richard Fichera, Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research
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Richard is a member of Forrester's infrastructure and operations research team and has coverage responsibilities for servers and data center architecture and transformation. Among the core technologies he focuses on are blade and modular servers, converged infrastructure, virtualization and management of virtual data center resources, enterprise cloud infrastructure, and techniques for data center transformation.
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