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The Next Generation of Data Center Design and Management

IT professionals are often running out of power at the rack, creating hot spots and not properly managing capacity. Learn how to avoid these common issues as well as different concepts for data center design.
Recorded Dec 12 2012 46 mins
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Mike Parham, Technical Solutions Architect - Data Center, World Wide Technology, Inc.
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