Mitsubishi Electric Ireland is a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V which has the parent company Mitsubishi Electric Corporation. The Mitsubishi Electric group contribute to the realization of a vibrant and sustainable society through continuous technological innovation and ceaseless creativity as a leader in the manufacture and sales of electric and electronic equipment. The Irish branch of Mitsubishi Electric Europe has been serving the Irish market for over 40 years and serves the markets of Automation, Air-Conditioning, Domestic Heating, IT Cooling and Commercial Heating.
To give students an overview of the history, drivers, and trends for cooling systems within the IT/ DC sector.
- This course seeks to give the participant an understanding of the application of various types of cooling systems within the IT/ Datacentre sector.
- It looks at the drivers for the sector such as ever increasing demand from IoT products.
- It looks at the development of systems over time from early IT cooling for server rooms to modern day hyperscale datacentres.
- Gives an insight to layouts, design temperatures, free cooling, and future trends.
- Gives a quick overview of typical systems available within the industry.
The course seeks to give the participant an understanding of the application of various types of cooling systems within the IT/ Datacentre sector.
The course looks at the drivers for the sector such as ever increasing demand from IoT products and reviews current and future trends in the Data Sector.
The course is compiled and delivered by Andrew McEvitt - Client Manager IT Cooling EMEA for Mitsubishi Electric.
Andrew has worked in the HVAC industry for over 25 years, in various companies specialising in the manufacture, application, and maintenance of cooling systems for many types of applications, such as Microelectronic, Pharmaceutical and IT Cooling.
Andrews early career included the application of leading brands of close control equipment, particularly DX Close Control equipment.
In 2007 he had a leading role in the delivery of cooling systems for one of the first Hyperscale Datacentres here in Ireland (and Europe). It was one of the earliest uses at scale of custom designed Air Handling Units with free cooling, adiabatic cooling, and emergency DX cooling.
Andrew was part of a team that set the foundation of how hyperscale datacentres are most efficiently cooled by taking advantage of Northern Europes cool climate for free cooling.
Andrews early mechanical experience was complimented by experience in the controls sector which allows a deep insight into the design, operation, optimisation of cooling systems.
Who should attend
Consulting Engineers, Specifiers