Cooling the Edge: Innovations in Small IT Space Cooling

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Webinar On-Demand
Sponsored by Emerson Network Power
Presented by John Peter “JP” Valiulis

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe key technology drivers of changes in small IT spaces and customer concerns and needs.
  2. Describe key design challenges for cooling small spaces.
  3. Describe how cooling controls work with equipment and infrastructure to optimize performance and management of small IT spaces.
  4. Describe new certifications and regulations affecting small IT space cooling.


1 PDH*
This test is no longer available for credit

Small IT spaces are growing in business criticality for processing low-latency, high-bandwidth, localized Edge Computing applications. Yet, cost-effectively cooling and monitoring these spaces remains a challenge. This webinar will describe how new approaches to edge cooling and monitoring and recent research into small space computing needs and trends, can help you make Edge Computer spaces more reliable, efficient and cost-effective.

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John Valiulis

John Peter “JP” Valiulis: As vice president, North America marketing, business development and product innovation, thermal management, for Emerson Network Power, John Peter “JP” Valiulis is responsible for evaluating new technologies and developing highly efficient and reliable controls and product solutions for mission-critical applications. Previously, he held positions in strategic planning, new-venture development, and product marketing with SPX Cooling Technologies, PepsiCo, and The Walt Disney Co. He has a bachelor’s degree in economics from Georgetown University and a master’s degree in business administration from The Wharton School, The University of Pennsylvania.

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Emerson Network Power, a business of Emerson, is the world’s leading provider of critical infrastructure technologies and life cycle services for information and communications technology systems. We make possible the world’s most efficient, sustainable and reliable thermal management solutions for data centers and critical IT spaces, through unparalleled expertise and the industry's most innovative hardware, software and service solutions. These include the largest number of cooling systems and configurations, which enable our customers to achieve industry leading efficiency levels with mechanical PUEs under 1.1, availability approaching 100% and up to 50% lower capital and operating costs.