Geist has developed a program in Dynamic Containment for the Green Data Center Conference in San Diego on Wednesday, February 25, 2015. The talk, “Dynamic Containment: Optimize Cooling and Minimize Infrastructure,” will be led by Geist design engineer, James Betts, as part of the general summit.

Betts will discuss on the importance of improving efficiencies in a facility along with addressing why so many data centers are over cooled. The Dynamic Containment solutions he will present are part of Geist’s comprehensive product line in the four cornerstones of data center management. Optimizing cooling, increasing efficiency and minimizing infrastructure while maintaining performance will be the focus. In addition, information on what qualifies for utility incentives will be shared.

James Betts is a design engineer with Geist. He holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering and has been actively involved in the Mission Critical industry for nearly two decades. His vocation at Geist is to promote intelligent, turn-key solutions on the white space and to affect common thinking surrounding containment.