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Fairbanks Energy Services Announces Silver Sponsorship of 451 Research's Hosting & Cloud Transformation Summit

Posted on August 29, 2017

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Leading energy conservation firm will demonstrate benefits of efficiency initiatives for data centers and other industries at booth 31

LAS VEGAS--()--Today, Fairbanks Energy Services, a full-service design/build energy conservation firm and leader in developing comprehensive commercial and industrial efficiency projects, is pleased to announce its Silver Sponsorship of the 2017 Hosting & Cloud Transformation Summit (HCTS), 451 Research's premier event for the hosting, cloud computing, datacenter and Internet infrastructure sectors. The conference is being held September 18th through the 20th at the Bellagio Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Exhibiting at booth 31, representatives at Fairbanks Energy Services will be on-hand to detail energy efficiency measures that have yielded significant power savings at data centers across the country, many of which have qualified for utility rebates. The firm has more than 30 years of experience in the field of energy conservation and has developed and installed hundreds of efficiency measures for cloud enabled data centers that save energy while being both dynamic and scalable. Fairbanks Energy combines customized monitoring schemes with airflow best practices (such as containment and active air management) to optimize cooling to within 10-20% of the nominal amount needed for the data center. Not only does this result in a significant return on investment, but the controls strategies allow for real time adaptation to load changes in data center whitespace as on demand computing resources scale up.

“There are a variety of methods available to create substantial efficiency gains in data centers that will also have an impact on cloud provider elasticity and scalability,” said Adam Fairbanks, Chief Executive Officer of Fairbanks Energy Services. “The combination of robust utility incentive programs and technological advances in a number of areas have created an excellent opportunity for owners and operators to undertake an efficiency audit and upgrade. We look forward to sharing the learnings of our data center efficiency strategies and best practices with the audience of this year’s HCTS.”

Now in its 13th year, the 2017 Hosting & Cloud Transformation Summit will uncover the “what’s next” when it comes to enabling digital transformation. The agenda is carefully crafted by 451 Research analysts and industry experts to provide timely insight into the competitive dynamics of innovation and offers practical guidance on designing and implementing effective IT strategies. Knowing that existing and future advancements are only made possible by leveraging the cloud, managed services and data centers, the program is designed to help decision-makers face the opportunities and challenges of the rapidly changing IT landscape head-on.

About Fairbanks Energy Services
Fairbanks Energy Services is a full-service design/build energy conservation firm dedicated to providing cost-effective retrofit solutions for our clients. Our comprehensive approach and deep knowledge of federal, state and municipal incentive programs allows us to identify, develop and install solutions that maximize savings while minimizing capital outlay. The team’s 30 years of experience in providing energy conservation services for commercial and industrial clients throughout the country allows Fairbanks Energy to create energy-saving solutions that are also aligned with the comfort, aesthetics, and budgetary needs of clients and their employees.

Learn more at http://www.fairbanksenergy.com.

Read the full press release at BuinessWire.com

Topics: conference, sponsor, cloud