AFCO Systems to Showcase Advances in Green Datacenter Technology at Advanced Energy Conference 2009

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AFCO to Exhibit Cooling Efficiency Technologies that Reduce Data Center Power Consumption; Company is Silver Sponsor of New York State's Premier Energy Conference for Second Year in a Row

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The AEC 2009 conference offers an opportunity for regional datacenter and facilities managers to learn and share thinking about a wide range of energy conservation and sustainability topics with peers and experts

Datacenter and facilities managers recognize that, for them, "Going Green" means grappling to control rising cooling requirements and associated costs for the datacenters they operate. AFCO Systems (http://www.afcosystems.com) will demonstrate its advanced, proven technologies for increasing the efficiency while reducing the cost of cooling datacenter environments at the Advanced Energy Conference 2009 (AEC 2009) on November 18-19, 2009 at the Hyatt Regency Long Island in Hauppauge, NY. Company executives will highlight advanced airflow management technologies for providing datacenter cooling and control and show videos throughout the conference designed to educate and inform attendees about datacenter design approaches and cooling technologies. These real-world technologies are in place at some of the worlds' leading financial institutions, media companies, universities and hospitals. More information about AFCO Systems is available at http://media.afcosystems.com.

The AEC 2009 conference boasts a seminar program focused on the importance of energy conservation and research into sustainable, alternative energy sources. The event, which has quickly become the premier conference of its kind in the northeast, is produced by the Advanced Energy Center at Stony Brook University and attracts experts from around the world and across every sector of the energy industry. AFCO is a Silver Sponsor of the event.

"The AEC 2009 conference offers an opportunity for regional datacenter and facilities managers to learn and share thinking about a wide range of energy conservation and sustainability topics with peers and experts," said John Consoli, AFCO Systems Chief Technology Officer. "Our sponsorship represents our sincere belief that organizations can achieve measureable energy and cost reductions by applying new techniques to address their datacenter cooling challenges."

About AFCO Systems
AFCO Systems is a global leader in the design and manufacture of scalable enclosure technology for mission-critical datacenter environments. It has the one of the largest globally installed bases of active, air-cooled, high-density (5-8 kW) and extreme high-density (up to 24 kW) server and network cabinets. AFCO Systems' active airflow control technique, delivered through its KOOL-ITâ„¢ brand of technologies and services, provides cost-effective datacenter cooling in accordance with ASHRAE standards. This enables datacenter operators to measure, manage, monitor, and maintain their overall energy efficiency. The company is headquartered in Farmingdale, NY with global operating capabilities for its installations in North America, Europe and Asia. For more information, visit http://www.afcosystems.com or call 631-249-9441.

Media contact:
Arthur Germain
Communication Strategy Group for AFCO Systems
1-866-997-2424
http://www.gocsg.com

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