Right now, executives across the IT industry are looking for ways to reduce water and energy consumption as well as introduce environmental practices into corporate data center operations. This will be one of the key topics discussed at the AFCOM Data Center World – Global Conference in Las Vegas, NV, taking place April 28 – May 2, 2014.
As the largest educational conference and data center expo in the industry, AFCOM Data Center World will provide viable solutions for meeting the most pressing data center challenges facing IT managers. It is a comprehensive, vendor-neutral environment that will grant opportunities for peer-to-peer networking and direct access to the top service providers available.
Exhibiting at the conference to offer its expertise on the subject at booth #1435 will be Silver Bullet, a leading provider of cutting-edge data center water treatment technology. Silver Bullet’s Water Treatment System enables data center operators to realize substantial savings across electricity, water, labor and maintenance by dramatically reducing water usage and increasing electrical efficiency. Leveraging a unique, innovative commercial technology to condition water without the use of toxic chemicals, customers can prevent buildup, corrosion and bacterial growth within data center cooling water towers while simultaneously reducing water cycles.
Another advantage of the Silver Bullet Water Treatment System is that it can take less than a day to install and comes with no large upfront capital expenditure (CAPEX) and limited operational expenditure (OPEX)—as it is rented on a monthly basis. The system can also optimize data center water treatment operations with little or no effort, as it requires virtually no ongoing maintenance.
To schedule a meeting with the Silver Bullet team at the AFCOM Data Center World – Global Conference, email SilverBullet@imillerpr.com. For more information about Silver Bullet, visit www.silverbulletcorp.com.
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