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India Datacenter Infratech Conferen

India Datacenter Infratech Conference Attendees Gain Practical Strategies to Achieve Energy and Operational
Efficiency



Mumbai, India, Sept. 27, 2012 – Heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems (HVAC) represent 40 to 50 percent of energy consumption for facilities in the expanding data center industry.1 As energy and maintenance costs rise through the facility life cycle, operational best practices can help achieve higher system efficiencies while ensuring reliable uptime. At the India Datacenter InfraTech Conference in Mumbai, leaders from Trane, a leading global provider of heating, ventilating and air-conditioning systems and solutions and a brand of Ingersoll Rand, discussed how cooling system choices and control system approaches impact uptime and energy consumption. Rajesh Sikka, business leader for Trane in India and Seetha Sasikala, marketing leader for Trane and Thermo King for Ingersoll Rand in the Europe, Middle East, India and Africa region, talked about practical strategies for achieving energy and operational efficiency in data centers at the Conference. Their presentation included insights on HVAC optimization, actionable analytics, building and energy management that deliver superior performance and cost savings. It also featured case study success stories that demonstrated potential opportunities for gaining a better return on investment. Sikka also joined other presenters in a panel discussion about challenges and opportunities in building green data centers in India. “Trane has extensive experience in delivering high efficiency cooling and control systems for small and large data center environments in India and globally,” said Sikka. “There is growing awareness within the industry that data center investment and operating costs need to tie in with productivity targets and sustainability goals,” said Sasikala. “The challenge lies in how companies learn to benchmark themselves and how quickly they adopt best practices. This is where Trane can be a trusted advisor and partner”, Sasikala adds. K

 
     
 
   
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