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Universal Networking Services, LLC Launches “Breakfast and Learn” Educational Series for Data Center Professionals

Posted by on August 4, 2010  |  No Comments

Denver, Colorado, July, 21, 2010: Universal Networking Services, LLC (UNS, LLC), a leading provider of mission-critical power and cooling infrastructure products and services today announced the launch of “Breakfast and Learn” Educational Series starting August 18th and 19th in Denver, Colorado

Waite Ave, Managing Partner for UNS,  states “Today’s IT departments face complex challenges that demand forward looking IT solutions. Corporate CIOs, Facility Mangers, and IT Managers are facing a real crisis when it comes to cooling their critical facilities.  Not least among these challenges is the delicate balancing act of ensuring reliability without energy cost getting out of control.  High-density deployments are creating cooling challenges that cannot be solved by the current design practice. Data center cooling systems must be more adaptable to changing requirements.  How cooling is deployed into today’s data centers has a major effect on operating costs.  Most vendors are not addressing the pressing problems created by the current design practices or equipment.  The “Breakfast and Learn” series provides educational opportunities and showcases the latest in technologies for data center power and cooling .  Education that will lay the critical foundation to run an efficient data center.   At UNS, LLC our philosophy is to offer the data center professional the tools and resources to lower their Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and maximize efficiencies offered by the advancements in today’s data center architecture.  We are very excited to team with American Power Conversion (APC) to empower the Denver data center community to find real-time solutions to their unique challenges.”

About “Breakfast and Learn” Series:

The “Breakfast and Learn” series offers the Denver data center community multiple opportunities to learn from their peers, share experiences, and expand industry knowledge.  Educational sessions will be offered quarterly starting with the following sessions scheduled for August 18th and 19th respectively:

“RIGHT-SIZING VERSUS OVER-SIZING:  EFFICIENCY IN THE DATA CENTER

“IS PERIMETER COOLING DEAD?”

About Universal Networking Services, LLC (Sponsor):

UNS, LLC specializes in mission-critical power and cooling solutions for wiring closets, server rooms, and data centers.  UNS, LLC provides product acquisition, design/ engineering, installation management and maintenance services.

About American Power Conversion (Co-Sponsor):

APC is considered a global leader in data center physical infrastructure (DCPI) solutions.  APC sets the standard in its industry for quality, innovation and support.

UNS, LLC and APC will conduct the “Breakfast and Learn” series at APC’s Demo Data Center located at 6350 W. 54th Avenue, Arvada, CO 8002.  To RSVP please contact UNS.

To learn more about the “Breakfast and Learn” Educational series please contact Waite Ave at w.ave@apcdistributors.com or call 281-825-9790.

Universal Networking Services, LLC Announces A Limited Time Offer on Free Critical Facility Energy Profiles

Posted by on August 4, 2010  |  No Comments

Denver, Colorado, June 14, 2010: Universal Networking Services, LLC (UNS, LLC)  a leading provider of mission-critical power and cooling infrastructure products and services today announced a limited time offer (June 15th-August 15th) on free Critical Facility Energy Profiles.

Waite Ave, Managing Partner for UNS, states “Nearly half of a data center’s energy bill is from power and cooling.  We are excited to offer this opportunity to Denver’s IT community to save on energy costs. Today’s IT departments face complex challenges that demand attention to their bottom line.  Up to 75 percent of the energy used feeds power-hungry servers and the operation of mechanical and electrical systems that keep the lights on and, above all, keep the IT equipment cool.  Smaller, more powerful IT equipment is considerably hotter than older systems, making heat management a major challenge.UNS and it’s partners take a broad view of these challenges in today’s IT facilities.  Often, our recommendations, without any capital investment by the client, can generate savings on utility costs.  If the client choses to implement modern technology such as in-row/in-rack cooling infrastructure the savings are often compounded.   As an example, we have seen upwards of 40% savings in our clients utility bill by implementing this sort of IT architecture.  Normally pricing is associated with our Critical Facility Energy Profiles but we want to encourage local companies to be proactive in minimizing their costs and maximizing their efficiency by offering this service free for a limited time..

About Universal Networking Services, LLC
Universal Networking Services, LLC headquartered in Denver, Colorado.  UNS, LLC specializes in mission-critical power and cooling solutions for wiring closets, server rooms, and data centers.UNS, LLC provides product acquisition, design, engineering, installation management and maintenance services for government and privately held organizations.  

About Critical Facility Energy Profiles (CFEP)

Our Critical Facility Energy Profile (CFEP) service provides an analysis your current power and cooling infrastructure to determine the baseline efficiency of your wiring closet, server room, or data center.  Our consultant will document the existing infrastructure, determine the efficiency and provide an accurate assessment of the factors limiting the highest achievable efficiency of the data center.  The critical facility specialists will provide a comprehensive report that will make recommendations for changes to maximize efficiency.  

To learn more about this limited time offer and details of the CFEP please contact Waite Ave at w.ave@apcdistributors.com or 281-825-9790.

To learn more about Universal Networking Services visit apcdistributors.com.

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